- Cuisines: International, British, Fusion
Immediately adjacent to the rear of the cathedral and the entrance that leads into the Patio de los Naranjos, this is the biggest, busiest, loudest, and sudsiest Irish pub in Seville. With massive ceiling beams and very thick walls, its antique labyrinthine space includes a vine-covered open-air patio, one end of which is devoted to the busy toilets, the other to an open grill on which burgers, sausages, and steaks sizzle and fry. There are more than a few big-screen TVs for sporting events, at least four kinds of beer on tap, and a combination of Celtic influences (both Iberian and Irish). The menu features sandwiches, burgers, and chicken burgers, plus platters of charbroiled chicken, lamb cutlets, steaks, and Caribbean-style jerk ribs. The staff is overwhelmingly international.
If you enjoy Irish pubs and want something a bit more upscale, consider a wee dram or two at the more elegant Trinity Pub within the Hotel Inglaterra.
- © Frommer's 2013
- tel: 95-421-04-51
- Calle Alemanes 7
- Daily 11am-2am
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