By Euro Weekly News Media • 21 October 2014 • 14:47
Eddie Jordan (right)
The celebrity hotspot La Sala, Puerto Banus welcomed the Irish former racing driver Eddie Jordan last Saturday, October 18.
While enjoying his vacation in sunny Marbella, the Formula One mogul Eddie Jordan spent an evening dining with a big group of friends in La Sala restaurant in Puerto Banus. After sharing starters such as Prawns Pil Pil and Crispy Duck Spring Rolls, Mr Jordan chose the Chateaubriand as his main course and a bottle of Premium House Red Wine to accompany the dish. Jordan is the founder and owner of Jordan Grand Prix and currently the lead analyst for F1 coverage on the BBC. This is not the first time for Eddie Jordan to visit the popular restaurant, he was also spotted dining in La Sala in July last year.
La Sala Restaurant has truly become ‘The ultimate social and dining experience,’ and is renowned as one of the busiest restaurants in Andalucía, an accolade successfully retained all year round, not only during the traditional summer season. It’s unparalleled formula has attracted a mass of international media and confirmed its position as Puerto Banus’ premium hotspot thus welcoming celebrity figures and playing host to an
array of television shows and documentaries broadcast worldwide.
In recent years La Sala has welcomed endless footballers and sports personalities including the likes of Chelsea’s Ashley Cole, former Birmingham Captain Stephen Carr, Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sky Sports’ Rob Palmer, Harry Redknapp, Dwight Yorke, Chris Hughton, Ipswich’s Luke Chambers, Newcastle United’s Tim Krul, Leeds’ Michael Brown as well as celebrities and television stars, Kym Marsh, Sir Alan Sugar, Prince Albert of Monaco, Jamie Oliver and the cast of TOWIE.
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