Murillos Restaurant & Bar
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Welcome to Murillo's Spanish Restaurant and Tapas Wine Bar. An outstandingly good Spanish restaurant in the heart of Cheshire offering authentic cuisine in homely, attractive surroundings; behind the traditional exterior of a house in Stockport Road, Marple, there beats a rather unexpected heart.
With the interior belying the look of the outside and providing the setting for a genuine Spanish wine and tapas bar with restaurant attached.
Murillo's Deli is now open With authentic Spanish food to take home.
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Sun-Thurs50% OFF the food bill When dining from the a la carte menu or tapas set menus. Sun-Thurs. Booking required. Mention Onionring Offer when booking. Not on Valentines day or other...
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Fixed Price Menu
All WeekChoose any 3 tapas £10.95 or any 4 for £12.95 per person only, from dishes marked with (*). This offer is available all day Sunday to Thursday and up to 7.00 pm, on Friday and Saturday....
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Tuesday 03 December 2013 to Wednesday 01 January 2014
Christmas Lunch and Evening Menus available. New Year’s Eve With Terry Desmond. Taking you dancing celebrating into the New Year with classic favourites from The Swing era 'Frank Sinatra Michael Buble, Tony Bennett, Bobby Darin Matt Munro.<CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO BOOK>
We visited Murillos between Christmas and New Year after finding the fixed price menu offer on Onionring. We loved it, the food was amaing and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Great value for money. Thank you!!!
I always say, credit where credit is due, the onionring offer for Murrillos is superb 50 percent off starters and mains, or mains and sweets, or spend a bit more and go for the 25 percent off the total biil [do the maths] the food is matched by the service, one of my top 5 restaurants at the moment, give it a go, you will not be disappointed, please ring to book and then print off the voucher on onionring you won't get the deal without it.
Lovely friendly staff, made us all feel very welcome. We are very familiar with all regions of Spain and the food here didn't let us down - it was delightful! We tried 16 different dishes between 6 of us and if I had to say anything at all negative - the Tortilla isn't quite up to scratch (mine is better) and 4 pieces is too much for one person to manage.
We have been enjoying food here for many years and Felix and his team never disappoint, the tapas are amazing and the alacarte menu is just as good. The welcome is always warm and attentive and its great to sit outside on a summers evening. We will be back soon!!!
Great tapas and really good service..very attentative
This was my second visit at Murillos and it was very much better than the first. Due to limited time I called to enquire if it was possible to order the paella before hand as it takes 1/2 to prepare and they were very amenable. On arrival, they simple asked if we wanted it served immediately. Very good service and an excellent extensive menu, highly recommend for lunch or if there are time constraints but also just to sit and enjoy at your leisure.
Best tapas we have had outside of Manchester. We managed to get a table last minute, and not having been before we were dubious that we were able to get a table. We had in fact got the last table and the place was packed !. We had four tapas to start, followed by the Paella - it was amazing.
One of the best tapas restaurants around Manchester a pity is not in town. Manchester could do with another Murillos, shame they closed the one they use to have in Chapel Walk. Every dish that I have ever tried has been delicious, and I still salivate over the aubergine flowers. Tapas is really hard to do, and Murillos appears to get it right every time. Great wine selection too.
Last Thursday evening at Murillos Tapas Bar table for 4. I found this card on the table prompting customers to do a review of their experiences while dining.
(Please let us known how we done by writing a review of your expeience with us on any of the following restaurants sites below.
http:// www.onionring.co.uk, http://www.marple-uk.com, http://www.restaurant-guide.com or http://www.sugarvine.com) The Paella was one of the best I have ever tasted. I have spent a lot of time in Galicia the best place for seafood in Spain (the restaurants in Madrid are supplied from there) so I am able to offer a balanced opinion. Far from being frozen the Seafood was very fresh and the mussels great. The atmosphere was very friendly and service very good. The house white was good. The deserts were yummy, ask for the almond tart. The whole evening fantastic value and I will definitely be back again.
I ate at Murillo Tapas Bar recently. it was a Tuesday night and the place was packed!! people were still coming in when we left at 11.30 and i can see why because the food was amazing!!
we had an array of tapas dishes and shared the suckling pig a main course from the Specials. The tapas dishes were sensational, in particular the patatas bravas. i love good patas bravas at the best of time but here it is something else it is to die for! the suckling pig was also very good although if i ate there again i would probably just stick to the tapas dishes rather than sacrificing one for a main.
when ordering our wine, the waiter suggested/presumed that we would agree to go for a bottle which was £5 more expensive than the one we had initially gone for which i thought was a bit cheeky but it was one of the nicest bottles of red wine i had had for a long time so we didn't complain (i just wonder whether the one we initially wanted would have been as good). other than that service was faultless, brilliant polite and charming staff who are also attentive, we didn't have to wait for anything.
we also had a couple of sherries and a beautiful chocolate dessert. would definitely recommend.
Recently returned to murillo's for my wife's birthday and was amazed and excited by the wide rang of food on the menu, and also new special menus that were placed on each table advertising the sunday roast and also a new 'credit crunch buster menu' where you can have 3 courses for 12.50.
The staff are some of the pleasant around, i think this is because they care so much, each intricate detail from the restaurants display to the placing of food on the table is taken care of with such enthusiasm. have returned, and will be returning many times in the future.
I had a fantastic meal in Murillo Tapas Wine Bar last Friday. The place was busy, and looked a little crowded but it suprisingly works. The Spanish music and friendly waitresses makes you feel as though you are in a real Spanish restaurant. The food was great, with a really good selection of offer. The Sangria washed the meal down nice, and the price was reasonable to - about £22 a head. The only thing that annoyed me slightly was the length of weight until we were given the menus - but it's just a small gripe. I'd definately recommend it.
A group of us (15 in total) went to Murillos for a friend's 21st birthday last Saturday and I thoroughly enjoyed the meal as did everyone else. We had a selection of Tapas to start with and Paellas and main courses to follow, and I can't stop thinking about it and have raved about it to everyone today. I had the duck with cherries sauce and I have to say, it was the best meal I've ever had in a restaurant. Aftewards they presented my friend with a cake for her birthday and the play happy birthday in both Spanish and English. The staff are great and really friendly and the whole place has a lovely feel to it. We have planed to go elsewhere after our meal but we were so well look after by every one at Murillos that we decided to stay there and had coffee and drinks in their terrace until passed midnight. Can't recommend it highly enough.
I have been to Murillo in Marple few times already. The owner and staff are extremely hospitable. The food is out of this world, simply delicious and mouth watering. Do not take my word, but please go and visit and find out for yourself.
If you are looking for real Spanish food, this is actually the place to go. The food they serve at Murillo’s is what we eat in Spain. We had the Iberian ham cut by hand, croquetas and huevos a la Flamenca as starters - absolutely amazing. The Paella Valenciana was very good with lots of chicken pork and fish. Good wines selection too. And they make a dessert called “Fried Milk”
The food and customer service was excellent. The staff were really good at giving advice and helping with the menu. There is a really nice vibe about the place and I will definitely go back. I loved their Lamb Segovian style and the mussels, and couldn’t resist Pudding de la Casa. The bill was reasonable and felt I had good value for my money. A pitty it was raining because the terrace looks lovely and full of flowers and Vines.
We hadn't booked anywhere on Saturday night,so we've decided to see if Murillo's could fit 2 of us in.The hostess greeted us warmly at the door and said they could squeeze us in if we could wait 20 minutes to half an hour we grabbed it.We ordered about 6 tapas dishes between us,all were very nice,prawns were great.Had a bottle of house wine we had coffee and two Fundador brandy.Not too pricey and good service.We'll go again as is very handy and serves good food,with good spanish background music.ADRIAN
We booked at murillo's using the £60.00 voucher that my sister in law gave us for our wedding anivesary.
Despite being a wednesday night the restaurant was busy. The menu had a wide choice and all sounded nice. We all decided to stick to the set tapas menu (£17.50 for any eight tapas). The Iberico ham and catalana bread with piquillo peppers and marinated anchovies were gorgeous. Then we had garlic prawns and Spanish tortilla with paella marinera and grilled thin lamb cutlets, the chicken pincho and beef Rioja wine sauce was also really nice- too much for me! Had the Chocolate brownie for desserts which could of been smaller, but was a great way to finish the meal. The three young gentlemen playing blues were fantastic. The bill a mere £104.00 for four of us, with two bottles of house wine and a few drinks.
Service was great with very well presented group of girls that look like they knew what they were doing. We will be back Sr murillos
Fantastic, it was like a home from home. While on holiday to the UK with the idea of bettering my English I was taken to Murillo's in Marple by some friends I met in Manchester, It was cooking like my "madre" used to make. Very good authentic Spanish cooking and very resonable price. The owner Sr. Felix was a very good host and made us feel very welcome. As we say back home, it was "de puta madre". Miriam Agudo, Cantabrilla, Spain
visited murillo's, we had tapas banquet, which included eight tapas of your choice, which was excellent! the service was prompt the staff very attentive, the bill was very reasonable, overall and excellent evening.
A warm welcome, superb food, beautiful decor, good service, excellent entertainment, what more could anyone want!?
Went last Saturday. Had 4 tapas as starters,which were very nice, then for mains 2 of us shared a paella, and 2 had steaks. The whole meal was very nice. We could not eat all the paella and took some home. The steaks were a good size and came with veg, no hidden extras.
Worth a trip from Warrington. Made a nice change.
some aspects of the service were slightly slow but pleasant atmosphere and nice food.
The service and food quality were good, atmosphere pleasant with spanish music playing. However, the (lack of) lobster paella was a disappointment. We were presented with half of a tiny lobster each which amounted to less than a mouthful of meat. There was more meat in a regular king prawn which, like the mussels, were the tiniest I have ever seen. The lobster claw was completely empty, but served up anyway! Very economical with the seafood overall and vastly overpriced as a result. I chose this venue and meal for our wedding anniversary as a direct result of the glowing review and photo posted on their website about the lobster paella, presented as something of a speciality! The house wine was also overpriced for the quality, it left my tongue dry like sandpaper for 24 hours after. I have had far superior wines in Spain for 1.25 euros (90p) a bottle! The homemade soup and dessert were good.
Never had a bad meal there in over 12 years, Felix and Heather run a very tight ship, the chefs are some of the best around and the ingredients used authentic, no cheap substitutes. Whether you are 2 people or 10 people, the food is well presented, timing is great and the wine cellar is extensive.
One of my favourite eating places in the area.
Good food, Good Service, Good atmosphere. Recommended !!
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