My friend Edgar had already warned me that visiting the Los Coloniales tavern was mandatory when in Seville.
We were there this weekend and, really, it is an ideal place for lunch or dinner if you're in the centre of the city as it
On one of the nights of the past EBE09 we dined at this unique bodega located behind the Real Maestranza de Sevilla.
Nearby there are plenty of little bars and restaurants for dining, but this place seemed like the most attractive.
A beautiful place where one can taste typical Andalusian cuisine. A central fountain where birds come down to drink.
Delicious desserts, I loved the tocino de cielo (pudding made with egg yolk and syrup) and the chocolate
It is a typical tapas bar in Seville. We went on the recommendations of a Seville native and they told us: I'm going to take you to the best tapas bar in Seville with regards to value, where the tourists do not go where the people of
El Rinconcillo is a classic that should not be missed when traveling to Seville (Andalusia, Spain) and you want to go for tapas or a meal.
Reforms were made in 1898 and they annexed the adjacent building.
It is a typical tavern
Bar Robles Laredo is in a privileged place in the centre of Seville, in the Plaza de San Francisco, No. 1 on calle Sierpes and overlooking the Giralda.
Previously, it was the legendary Bar Laredo, but it was converted into the
A magnificent place where you go in and the staff are waiting to serve you. Gastronomically it is superior, really great. Everyone should go through Eslava. A particular feature is the narrowness and smallness of the main dining room,
The service friendly and efficient, the food innovative and splendid value for money.
You must go early to find a spot, but it’s worth it. Mini antelope burger, foie gras and chocolate coulant for dessert.
If there is anything that can match the exquisite tapas in Seville bars, without doubt, it is the wonderful sweets sold in their confectioner's, some of them like this one "La Campana", a locale decorated exquisitely and with good
On my last visit to Seville I ate at this restaurant, in the Santa Cruz neighbourhood, opposite the headquarters of the Venerable Palace Abengoa Focus Foundation.
It is located in the Plaza de los Venerables, which I found to be
The Bodega Santa Cruz, also known as "Las columnas" (the columns), at this point is already a classic in Seville tapas culture.
Both at night and midday, it gets packed and its lack of tables causes people to huddle around the bar
The restaurant/tavern Las Escobas is a classic of Seville. Located directly opposite La Giralda it’s a mythical place for tapas.
While it is geared towards tourists, their combos and dishes to share are worthwhile.
It is also a
It is a chain of cafes that have their origin in fourteenth century Seville, almost nothing!
It is an ideal place for breakfast and snacks, but also for tapas and lunch. The bakery is exquisite and the appetizers do not fall
Conveniently situated, next to the Plaza de San Francisco.
Large locale carefully decorated, offering a great menu: quality tapas, you must try the anchovies, and of course, the dish of the day, always tasty and
Despite the hordes of tourists who invade the Jewish district of Seville, in the Santa Cruz neighbourhood, Bar Las Teresas still retains its "authentic" charm.
Located in a beautiful setting, surrounded by narrow streets, its
Last night in Plaza de San Francisco I discovered a new spot to enjoy great food in a city where there is not an abundance of locales that encourage creative cutting edge cuisine.
I went with friends, not expecting much, and I left
The freiduría (fried fish shop) La Pastora is adjacent to the La Macarena wall (according to popular indication), in Seville (Andalusia, Spain).
It is an unpretentious place, no frills, a simple brewery. Principally they offer
One of my favourite places for tapas in Seville. One of the things I like most about Andalusia is the culture of Tapas and in the Patio San Eloy; my stomach has a whale of a time!
After a day of visiting Seville (or during),
We heard about ROOF through some friends, we went last September.
Restaurant serving fresh cuisine, young and exquisite, all marinated with rather surprising wines or cocktails all of them from Andalusia.
The views of Seville
My husband and I have been for tapas in this locale. We loved it: It is different from the typical tapas, and although not the cheapest the price is affordable.
Its right next to the Giralda, the service was excellent and the tapas