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Wonderful location in one of the most exclusive and popular places, the hotel is surprisingly elegant and has a unique decoration.
La Azotea (Jesus del Gran Poder, 31-33), one of the premises of the new gastronomic batch, which has nothing to do with the atmosphere of the street where it is located and which is in the antipodes of the bars with bullfighting decor . On The Roof, we can try tapas such as brick tea bags with cheese leek and shrimp, smoked olio with chives and capers or spinach lasagna, frigate tuna and cured cheese. They have also joined the fashion blessed wine by the glass. More than recommended.
Las Golondrinas (Antillano Campos, 26), a classic in the city. Must try their sirloin tips, specialty of the house. There veritable parade of pilgrims to this place only for this dish. They have other things, of course, but many customers always take the very top, again and again. To burst. The service is of those who are not: atentísimo and friendly.
Casa Diego (Avenida Santa Cecilia, 29), or rather the bar with the best snails of Seville, and whitecaps
Casa Ruperto (Avenida Santa Cecilia, 2), with the quail as signature dish. Ç
Casa Manolo (San Jorge, 16) where embroidering fried fish. Are many who are dropped by to try their casseroles, cooked at home from our grandmother.
Casa Cuesta (Castilla, 1), Local centenary in times wine was firm and is now a reference bar in Triana, with its tiled walls and its iconic clock presiding over the bar. There is no shortage or spinach with chickpeas typical or kidneys in sherry or oxtail.
El Bistec (Pelay Correa, 34), next to the Church of Santa Ana (known as the Cathedral of Triana), offers a unique cover: pigeon sauce, centennial dish that dates back to the time when the nobles frequented art The hunt. traditional Sevillian cuisine with interesting dishes poultry and whitecaps in sauce.
Bodega Morales (bar)
it's a bar very well-known by sevillian people. it's obligatory to order a wine acompany with a "montadito de pringá" ( sandwich pringa) or a "tapa"( bar snack) with chickpeas.
Adress: Calle García de Vinuesa, 11, 41001 Sevilla
Bar Inchausti-La Moneda
it's locate next to the Post Office, close to " Arco del Postigo". it has good reputation being one of the best fried-fish shop of Seville although its stews and seafood is also renowned there.
it's a establishment by the quality of its product it's a place where we can "tapear" without going to the restaurant. Andalusian cuisine wiht some innovación which is always appreciated. it changes the menu twice a year
phone:954 21 30 49
Casablanca ( bar)
Good service and product. Good seafood, jowl ( al jerez) fried fish, whisky omelette, beans with pringá"... and much more. one of the best "tapas" in seville
it has a hippie chic desing and its "tapas" are very nice . it's a good place where you can eat enjoying of the best terrace of Seville. it's located just down of the Giralda.
Casa Román(Plaza de los Venerables, 1) y Las Teresas (Santa Teresa, 2). Both are a perfect example of classic Andalusian tapas, with a clear protagonist the ham. for many people is the best ham served in Seville. Santa cruz's borough is one of the places more tourist of the town.
Casa Román:phone :954 22 84 83
Las Teresas:Calle Sta. Teresa, 2, 41004 Sevilla
phone:954 21 30 69...
La Cava del Europa ( bar)
Bodega Las Columnas
it's locates at the end of Mateos Gagos's street. this bar offers the tipycal tapeo of Seville . it's a bar very famous in this street. everyone have to stop there and try some tapas accompained with a coold beer or a good wine.
La Flor de Toranzo
it's a bar which everyone knows as "Casa Trifón"amazing cold meats canned respectaccular luxury, really good. one of his most famous dishes surprise who have never been there . acnhovies with condesed milk. motadito spicy tenderloin, foe gras and tenderloin with apple sherry.
Bodeguita Antonio Romero
it's very close to santa Catalina's church. This is one of the oldest places of the city. with a decoration tipical of a grocery store. its very famous its rice, spinach with chickpeas, iberian cheek pig or pavias . it's a meeting place where drink wine is very tipical.
C/ Gerona,40 y c/albondiga 2
Coloniales de Vinos y Viandas (Plaza del Cristo de Burgos, 19),
it's also known as "Taberna los coloniales" it takes its name because it was an old grocery store located in the same place. Andalusian food
it's a one of the bar where products are very nice. fresh prawn of Huelva, Langoustines of Sanlucar,barnacles, sea nails , razor shell ,cockles,clams,shrimps grilled with foie is really good.
Duo Tapas ( calatrava, 10)
it's a place where the cuisine is combined with tapas. here we can take ,iberian pork with mango chutney or poached eggs with white truffle cream. young and friendly service. The menu is written in chalk on the wall and you can order wine byt the glass.