Organic Market, Marbella

Organic Market is Marbella’s top destination for a plant-powered brunch. They promote plant-based, organic eating and a chemical free approach to food. You can pick from their colourful superfood smoothies, or pile your plate high with nutritious veg from the salad bar, or simply pop in for a vegan cacao brownie and a quinoa croissant.


The setting

Located off the main road in the heart of Marbella, Organic Market is near the hip Marbella Club Hotel. You will find stylish hotels and cafés. The area is fairly quiet for most of the year but turns into a buzzing hotspot for tourists during summer.

The space

At Organic Market we loved the interior.

Matching green plants are printed on the wallpaper, sofas and cushions. There are mirrors, fresh greenery and wooden tables everywhere.

We sat outside on the bamboo-style wicker chairs to make the most of the Spanish sunshine. There are shady umbrellas and plenty of indoor seating too. The table service is fast and friendly and the WiFi connection allows you to get your laptop out and tap away while sipping on a matcha latte and soaking up the tranquil atmosphere.

What else?

Loved by tourists, you’ll overhear at least a few different languages being spoken at Organic Market – lots of English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. In peak Summer season, it gets very busy, so you should make a reservation to be on the safe side. Although, the sizeable amount of seating means you’ll probably manage to get a table.

The fresh juice test

We decided to review also their signature green juice- the Victoria’s Secret. It  was made on-site from a refreshing blend of courgette, cucumber, apple, spinach, kale and lemon. You will love it!

What we ate

Organic Market has a range of organic plant-based, meaty, gluten-free and dairy-free options, catering for anyone and everyone.

We ordered the smashed avocado with edamame beans on seeded protein bread, as well as the Eggs Florentine – onions, potatoes and poached eggs served on a bed of spinach pancakes. Both dishes were delicious and beautifully presented on wooden boards. The Choco-nuts brownie was crammed with pecans and pistachios and was equally yummy.

The little things that make the difference

You can enjoy browsing the BioShop inside.You will find health food products from a variety of established and emerging brands.

Stock up on delicious raw chocolate, gluten-free cereals, olive oils, energy bars, kale chips, seeded crackers and so much more.

Plus, there’s a choice of healthy snacks such as raw chocolate, nut butters and gluten-free granola.

The bill

Victoria’s Secret  €8
Cappuccino  €3.50
Choco-nuts brownie  €6
Eggs florentine  €11
Avocado toast  €7

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Rachel’s Eco Love, Marbella

I feel as though I had been searching for a place like Rachel’s Eco Love most of my life. It’s located in the beautiful Puente Romano complex, with a pool side that make you feels like you’re in Bali. It even has its own organic garden at the foot of the street which they use in many of their dishes and an on site organic shop.

Open from 9am-6pm, you can enjoy, breakfast, lunch, afternoon pastries and an early dinner and I was very tempted to stay all day! The menu is extensive, with a huge array of vibrant, healthy dishes to suit everyone.

The space

The setting is just stunning- palm trees, peace and quiet, plus gorgeous decor.

You really feel as though you’ve been let in on a little secret when you arrive.

It’s white and minimal with sea green wicker chairs and wooden tables outside by the pool((which can’t be used unless you’re a guest at Puente Romano- but it’s still lovely to look at). The atmosphere is heavenly and the pink flamingo decorations add fun and colour. It’s also five minutes from the beach and  a great place to spend a relaxing day.

The fresh juice test

There’s a huge juice menu with a couple of green options.

I was brave and ventured for the “Preylser”; broccoli, green pepper, cabbage, spinach, green apple, zucchini & lime and it was actually so much more delicious than I thought it might be.

There is also a selection of “super juices” which are designed by Elle Macpherson and have added protein.

The little things that make a difference

Rachel’s also have a charming little shop, stocking an array of healthy food products, as well as souvenirs, luxury cosmetics and casual clothes. So it’s well worth a venture. They also have another branch in Puerto Banus.

What we’d go back for…

The setting! It’s absolutely stunning and worth going back for time and time again.

What we ate

As the menu is a big one, we really struggled with what to go for as it all looked and sounded amazing.

In the end we settled on an açai bowl, the Puente Romano Marina breakfast (smoked salmon, scrambled eggs, avocado and grilled halloumi) and the “Sweet Gratitude” pancakes with caramelised banana, maple syrup and coconut cream.

All of which were absolutely delicious and were accompanied by their “Jungle Drink” smoothie (banana, agave and milk).

The bill

Green Juice  €6.90
Açai Bowl  €8.50
Pancakes  €14.90
Puente Romano breakfast  €14.50
Jungle drink  €8.50


Hustle N’ Flow, Marbella

Nestled in the heart of San Pedro, just outside Marbella, is Hustle n’ Flow. It’s a healthy eatery and sanctuary for those that experience hustle everyday. They pride themselves on being a place for people to reset and be inspired. There’s a foodie focus on vibrant salads, gorgeous smoothie bowls and brunch spreads.

When I was in Marbella, I checked them out and was not disappointed.

The space

The place itself instantly invites you to relax. The friendly, relaxed staff and beautiful decor, make you want to sit and stay a while (which is what I did).

Think black and white, crisp tiled floors, chunky recycled wood furniture and plants.

There was a real sense of community when I was there and it felt like the kind of place you come for the food and come back again for everything else. In fact, I went back again in the week to get a smoothie.

There’s a lovely patio out the front with lots of additional seating and, as it catches the morning sun, it’s perfect for a weekend brunch spot.

The fresh juice test

I had the “Green is the new black” juice which was a lovely blend of apple, cucumber, spinach, pear, lemon and ginger. It was quite sweet, but really delicious and just what I needed.

What we ate

As tempted as I was for one of their brunch spreads, I had my eyes set on waffles so I went for the “Monkey Nuts” waffles with chocolate chips and topped with banana and homemade nut butter alongside a “Blue Eyed Girl” smoothie bowl, which was absolutely beautiful. It was a blend of coconut pulp, banana, spirulina, dates, vanilla & coconut milk. Both were delicious! I also had a warming turmeric latte with oat milk.

The little things that make a difference

Hustle n’ Flow are committed to hustling in the most environmentally conscious way.

They don’t serve plastic straws and all of their cups and take away packaging is fully compostable.

What we’d go back for…

The smoothie bowl was exceptionally good but also the staff and feel of the place was just lovely.

The bill

Green juice €3.90
Monkey Nuts waffles €7.90
Blue Eyed Girl smoothie bowl €7.90
Turmeric latte €4.00