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 interior is very Seville. It has a splendid wooden polychrome red and white marble bar and its walls are decorated with numerous pictures of illustrious visitors.
The highlights of the tapas in Las Teresas are the spinach with chickpeas and those of Jabugo ham. But we didn’t shy away from the tortillitas de camarones (shrimp omelette), the Gazpacho or the secret Iberian ham, all washed down with wines from Jerez and Manzanilla (fresh) from Sanlucar de Barrameda.