Where to eat in Seville?
The question would rather be ‘where not to eat’. Eating tapas is the best routine in Sevilla, and can be satiated and covered at a good cost. Eating is even more pleasant than usually if you are in Andalusia. Gazpacho, pescaíto frito, cazón en adobo, soldaditos de Pavía, eggs a la flamenca, codfish with tomato, Andalusian cocido, oxtail, pincho moruno, snails (with chili peppers or garlic), huevas aliñás, serranito, pringá, spinach with chickpeas, etc. The amount of typical dishes is spectacular. From Oway we present you some of the places that better prepare some delicacies that we have already mentioned:
Las Golondrinas, authenticity in the Triana neighborhood
Hidden in a narrow street in Triana is this traditional and popular place, where are prepared, among other things, delicious sirloin tips. Excellent food at a very affordable price. Normally, the most pleasant gastronomic surprises appear in places without too much pomp, half hidden and almost going unnoticed. An obligatory stop to try also the ham caballitos, the Iberian carillada, the coasted codfish or the grilled mushrooms.
Adress: Calle Antillano Campos, 26
Hours: de 12h a 16:00, y de 20:00 a 0:00 todos los días
Telephone and website: 954 33 16 26 | https://www.barlasgolondrinas.com/
Las Coloniales, tradition and generous tapas
Spacious restaurant with pipeclay colored walls and marble tables in which the diners guests who go agree on pointing out the abundance of tapas and how tasty they are. Charming place, very varied and rich offer, and affordable prices. Dressings, platters, cold meat, fried and fish, tapitas and meats.
Address: Plaza del Cristo de Burgos, 19
Hours: de 12h a 00:00 todos los días
Phone and website: 954 50 11 37 | https://tabernacoloniales.es/
Bodega Santa Cruz, a classic
Very well known in Seville, it is still one of those popular places where the bill is written with chalk on the bar. An ideal place to snack and order a caña with a montadito de pringá or a tapa of cod tortilla. But that's not all: the offer is wide: cod fritters, zucchini scrambled eggs or shrimp omelette.
Address: Calle Rodrigo Caro, 1
Hours: de 8h a 00:00 todos los días
Telephone and website:954 21 86 18 | https://www.facebook.com/BodegaSantaCruzSevilla/
Taberna del Arenal, overlooking the Torre del Oro
The Arengalia group has in this place one of its last successful proposals: new and classic tapas, adjusted prices, good views from its terrace and a variety of wines to finish up the gastronomic experience. Artichokes with foie-gras, octopus salad or prawns with calamari are some of the delicacies that can be tasted in this tavern.
Address: Calle Almirante Lobo, 2
Hours: de 13:00 a 16:30h, y 20:00 a 00:00
Telephone and website: 954 22 11 42 | https://www.arengalia.es/tabernas/taberna-arenal
Mariatrifulca, the essence of Seville
‘Meloso’ rice with partridge, oysters or ox niguiri, while you contemplate the Cathedral and La Giralda from its spectacular terrace with views. How does it sound? An incredible restaurant, with unique surroundings and panoramic views. A place with good service and taken care, it is also recommended to taste the white chocolate eggs.
Address: Puente de Triana, esquina Plaza del Altozano
Hours: De 13h a 02:00 todos los días
Telephone and website: 954 33 03 47 | https://www.mariatrifulca.com/
Rio Grande, taste on the banks of the Guadalquivir
A unique place in the heart of Seville. Its cuisine offers traditional Andalusian dishes and other innovations paired with a wide selection of wines. The views that the place offers will allow you to live the most authentic atmosphere of the city, with its great monuments almost at your feet, while you taste dishes cared for, of own elaboration, cooked with a raw material of quality.
Address: Calle Betis, 69
Hours: from 13:00h to 16:30, and from 20:00 to 23:30
Telephone and website: 954 27 39 56 | https://riogrande-sevilla.com/
Kiosko de las Flores and its specialties of pescaíto
Located in the popular Betis street, in the famous Triana neighborhood and on the banks of the Guadalquivir, this charming place appears with a terrace to enjoy the best views of the city. The option of tasting a marinated dogfish, a gazpacho, or some eggplants with honey contemplating the Giralda sounds quite good.
Address: Calle Betis, 74
Hours: from 12h to 16:00, and from 19:00 to 23:30 every day
Telephone and website: 954 27 45 76 | https://www.kioscodelasflores.com/
Pelayo Bar, between tradition and avant-garde
In addition to tasting traditional stews such as the carrillada or the oxtail, and tasting the most typical Sevillian fried foods, you can also find innovative dishes. Less conventional recipes combined with uncommon products that give much substance to a varied menu. They also have a terrace with great views.
Address: Calle de Placentines, 25
Hours: from 12h to 00:00 every day
Telephone and website: 954 22 70 00 | https://www.pelayobar.com/
El Rinconcillo, the oldest bar in Seville
A classic... since 1670! 4 centuries of history endorse this almost everlasting place that have managed to retain the charm of traditional Seville while progressing, updating and looking to the future. It preserves the taste of yesteryear but without being anchored in a past time. Its delicious tapas are something reliable that resists the passage of time.
Address: Calle Gerona, 40
Hours: from 13h to 1:30 every day
Telephone and website: 954 22 31 83 | https://www.elrinconcillo.es/
Torres y García, the new rustic cuisine
That's how they define themselves. It is a place with several atmospheres and decorated in the purest industrial - colonial style. There is a wood oven, they have an interior terrace and even offer cocktails and DJ service. Near the Maestranza, they offer quality tapas in an elegant, simple and original place.
Address: Calle Harinas, 2
Hours: from 13:30 to 00:00 every day, except Fridays and Saturdays when the night shift is extended half an hour.
Telephone and website: 955 54 63 85 | https://torresygarcia.es/
Perro Viejo, Andalusian soul that seduces the palate
A great gastronomic commitment to quality. Gourmet site, warm environment, modern and retro touches. The menu includes marinated sardines with portobello, dashi and crispy parmesan, as well as chicken yakitori with sautéed bulgur wheat or octopus with migas. The restaurant was awarded with the 2015 Gurmé Public Prize for Best Opening 2015. Passion, food, terrace, good atmosphere and much more.
Address: Calle Arguijo, 3
Hours: from 13:30 to 16:30, and from 20:30 to 00:00 every day
Telephone and website: 955 44 00 30 | https://www.tuhogarfueradecasa.com/perro-viejo/
Abantal, a restaurant with Star
Specifically, with Michelin Star. A restaurant with an intense history, that made a commitment to a well-prepared independent cuisine, based on the Andalusian tradition and the respect for high quality product. Chef and co-owner Julio Fernández Quintero painstakingly prepares each dish and has given his kitchen a modern and innovative style. Taste, creativity, texture, cooking, aesthetics and garnish.
Address: Calle Alcalde José de la Bandera, 7
Hours: from 14:00 to 16:00, and from 20:30 to 22:30. Closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Telephone and website: 954 54 00 00 | https://www.abantalrestaurante.es/
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