Ashley Cole dines at celeb spot La Sala Banus

By Wendy Ann Cowham Wednesday, 10 June 2015 10:46 0

ASHLEY COLE is the latest celebrity to be drawn to the glamorous La Sala Banus, spotted dining there on Saturday June 6.
Footballer Cole, who plays for Italian club Roma, was at the restaurant at the same time as Lauren Pope and Bobby Norris from TOWIE.
It was not the first time Ashley had chosen to eat at La Sala, as it has become a number one venue for him to visit when in Marbella. Meanwhile the TOWIE stars have been filming their popular TV series in Marbella and La Sala has been a regular spot for them to relax.
In recent years this elegant venue has been host to endless sports and TV celebrities including personalities such as Stephen Carr, Rob Palmer, Harry Redknapp, Kym Marsh and Alan Sugar just to name a few.

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