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Where to eat in Seville

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Seville has a truly unique atmosphere and personality. To enjoy its spirit to the fullest, there is no better way than discovering new places to grab a bite and have some drinks with friends. Because that’s one of the best things about Seville: no matter how hard life is, there is always a time and place for a lively conversation paired with tapas. Today we want to share with you the ultimate list to eat like and with locals in Seville.
LA VIUDA (Calle Albareda, 2): the best croquettes in a traditional Sevillian (a little bit posh) atmosphere.

BODEGUITA RROMERO (Calle Harinas, 10): try the most delicious montadito de pringá and wash it down with a glass of great wine.

LA FLOR DE TORANZO (Calle Jimios , 1-3): cheese or cold meats served on simple brown paper with the most tempting bread and surrounded by locals. Simple but classic. Old style.

PATIO DE SAN ELOY (Calle San Eloy, 9) : young people, tourists and office workers stop here to eat good old montaditos in its characteristic steps.

EL RINCONCILLO (Calle Gerona, 40): the best serrano ham in town.

BLANCO CERRILLO (Calle Doctor Jimenez Diaz, 16): their adobo is second to none and you will discover its peculiar smell. Be prepared.

LA PRIMERA DEL PUENTE (Calle Betis, 66) : fresh fish on one of Seville’s most charming terraces with beautiful views over the river and Torre del Oro. Best at night.

RESTAURANTE ABADES (Calle Betis,69): the only sophisticated restaurant on the list. For a special night. See our posts about it here and here.

BAR EL COMERCIO (Calle Lineros, 9): traditional authentic Sevillian breakfasts. Their  Tostada con Jamón will change your thoughts about breakfast forever. (Also on the blog!)

LA DUQUESITA (Correduria, 35): good tapas. Don’t be fooled by its looks.

BAR GIRALDA (Mateos Gago,1): great tapas in a more touristy atmosphere. Location is key.

BODEGA DE SANTA CRUZ LAS COLUMNAS (Calle de Rodrigo Caro ,1): it’s been there forever and you will find tourists and locals alike. Sip your wine or an ice cold beer while absorbing the Sevillian allure.

SOL Y SOMBRA (Calle Castilla, 147): a place with a strong charachter in one of Sevilla’s most popular areas,  Triana.

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12 Comments

  1. Ha! You have pre-empted my Friday post. I went to some on your list … although my friend did not eat fish or seafood, which means that I did not indulge in the fresh fish at Primera del Puente because the plates were so big ! Que pena. Next time. There is always a next time.

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