Part of the fun of traveling, of course, is sampling the local cuisine. With that in mind, branch out and give a few locally owned Seville restaurants a shot. One of Seville's leading restaurants, La Dehesa, is known for its regional decor and for serving some of the finest cuisine in town. Seville's most stylish restaurant, Egaña Oriza, is within the conservatory of a restored mansion adjacent to the Murillo Gardens. In an elegant setting near Plaza Carmen Benitez, the Restaurante Becerrita is decorated with colorful wallpaper, wooden columns, and a collection of drawings. In the spring, El Buzo is a resting place for the people who participate in the Holy Week parades and who, on their way back home, walk to the rhythm of the music of the bullring. If what you are looking for in Seville is the feeling of being part of its history by visiting the baroque churches, going up the Giralda or walking the streets that Becquer or the urchins of Cervantes also walked, then you should not miss visiting La Restaurante Hostería del Laurel. Experience superb innovative cuisine served in a smart and stylish setting in one of Seville's 5-star restaurants.
C/Alcalde José de la Bandera, 7
Plaza de San Lorenzo 1
Creative take on traditional ingredients... read more
Calle Recaredo 9
Avenida Luis De Morales 2
Calle Gamazo 2
Superior quality tapas, lots of wine... read more
Calle San Fernando 2
Hotel Alfonso XIII
Avenida de el Greco 2
Savory seafood for big spenders big on taste!...
Calle Álvarez Quintero 58
Not for the indecisive... choose from 100 dishes & 40 desserts... read more
Alameda de Hércules 19
Affordable, low-key tapas with colorful clientele...
Calle Placentines 25
Authentic American Style In Southern Spain...
Calle Almansa 15
Seafood From Sanlúcar in El Arenal... read more
Calle Virgen de Regla 18
A Different Menu For Every Season... read more
Calle de Arfe 25
The freshest regional seafood & meats, including Galician favorite, ox!... read more