Da Bruno a Cabopino offers traditional as well as experimental Italian cuisine. This is one of the five Da Bruno establishments founded by an Italian family in Marbella in the 1990s. The Cabopino branch particularly stands out thanks to its remote location (15 km from the city centre). The beautiful terrace of the restaurant is shaded by the majestic pine trees that create an improvised picturesque roof over the tables that make you forget there are other people in the world.
An ideal place for family dinners, Da Bruno is designed for small and large parties. As you might have guessed, the natural quietness of the place is well balanced by the flow of customers and loud conversations around the bar. In the evenings you can catch live music performances to make your evening just a little bit more special. You can always check the next event on the restaurant's website. It is a good idea to book a table for your visit, as the place can get quite busy, especially on the weekends.
Da Bruno offers Italian dishes ranging from traditional pasta carbonara to pear and gorgonzola ravioli. The pasta is prepared daily and always served to the customers fresh, which you'd be able to tell once you try it. There are gluten-free pasta choices available as well. Moreover, if you ever miss Da Bruno meals, you can find the recipes on the website – there are no secrets from the customers.
Be prepared: the menu consists of over 150 items, which also include salads, meat, fish, rice and pizza, so it might take a while before you make up your mind. The dessert menu is equally as impressive and very (very!) hard to resist. If you haven't got any space for those, at least do indulge yourself with a shot of authentic Italian limoncello.