8.75 menu del dia unbelievable deal. Salad starter is enough salty. Paella too salty. No one believes in salt shakers. Rose. Rosario nice not on menu. Practically on alfzlfa square. Shady breezy
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We had lunch here on recommendation from our Airbnb host. They serve a very cheap and delicious plate of the day for lunch. We had paella, pork with whiskey sauce, dessert and a drink for under 9 euros! There's no English menu, no English spoken...More
The saying in Spain goes "Eat at 8, eat on your own. Eat at 9, eat with the tourists. Eat at 10, eat with the locals" and it's spot-on here. We went for seven assorted tapas, with the octopus the star of the show (not...More
As mentioned before, there are so many places to eat in Seville. Generally the Tapas and quality of the food is pretty much the same. Hence the need to find somewhere with atmosphere, sense of destination and engaging staff who make you feel welcome. If...More
The staff in this restaurant was the best. The food is good and fresh, and the location is quiet and off the busiest streets. The caracoles "snails" are worth the try, I liked them, but my kids didn't. They are not the typical garlic butter...More
We stumbled upon this place on our return to our accomodation in Seville, you cannot fault the service, we were totally looked after, our friendly waiter provided everything we needed. It obviously has a focus on seafood which was delightful.
We found this little restaurant when walking around the city away from tourist areas. tapas large and varied as well as the brochettes. so friendly we returned another night.
The menu del dia (fixed price lunch) is amazing. A variety of perfect dishes to choose from. The baked pork cheek is perfect, and follow that with the cazon. Dessert and a glass of wine come with it. And bread. For $8 or so. Are...More
We loved our meal here. We ordered a wide variety of tapas to share as a family of four and were not disappointed. Some dishes that stood out were the pork in whiskey sauce and the spinach and garbanzo beans. Both of these would see...More