Each meal in Seville is an extravagant affair and once you taste legendary local treats at one of the many fine restaurants, you'll agree. Looking for a truly Sevillana experience? Check out El Rinconcillo, the oldest bar in Seville, for affordable tapas and drinks in a casual atmosphere. San Marco is one in a chain of Italian restaurants and offers four different environments in which to eat. El de Oro is a traditional Andalusian restaurant that serves delicious local favorites, including pescaito frito and chacinas from Huelva like sausages, salami, cured ham and black pudding. La Juderia is located in the heart of the old Jewish quarter, a typical Andalusian restaurant that serves a wide range of regional and national specialities using quality, fresh ingredients sourced from all over Spain. The art of dining in Seville is something we can all be good at so make sure to brush up at one of the city's many great restaurants.
Avenida Diego Martinez Barrio
Calle Santa María la Blanca 34
Legendary local favorites since 1917... read more
Calle Gran Plaza 8
You'll want more of this Moorish-inspired Andalusian cuisine!... read more
Plaza de los Venerables 5
Calle de Arfe 25
The freshest regional seafood & meats, including Galician favorite, ox!... read more
Paseo Catalina de Ribera, 4
Calle Gamazo 2
Superior quality tapas, lots of wine... read more
C/Alcalde José de la Bandera, 7
Plaza de San Lorenzo 1
Creative take on traditional ingredients... read more
Alameda de Hércules 19
Affordable, low-key tapas with colorful clientele...
Calle Luis Montoto 150
Savory Castillian meats straight from the grill...
Plaza del Cristo de Burgos 19, 41003 Sevilla, Spain
Plaza Nueva 7
First Floor, Hotel Inglaterra