Restaurants in Seville

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Many consider tapas to be Spain’s national food. In reality, these shareable snack-size (or larger) bites first originated in Andalusia’s taverns and... Read More

Many consider tapas to be Spain’s national food. In reality, these shareable snack-size (or larger) bites first originated in Andalusia’s taverns and were often served with sherry or wine. Today, local cuisine varies, though you’d be hard-pressed to find a typical restaurant without a few tapas on the menu. Standout options include the gourmet delights of Az-Zait and the classic dishes of Enrique Becerra. The 17th-century El Rinconcillo, the country’s oldest bar, is one of Seville’s most beloved tapas stops, though more adventurous palates might prefer Eslava or Mamarracha, both featuring creative tapas and modern interiors.

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  • Az-Zait

    Nestled among the tangerine-hued façades surrounding the charming San Lorenzo Square, Az-Zait serves innovative cuisine in a space more akin to a... Read More

  • Azahar Restaurant

    Housed in a charming 18th century residential building turned boutique hotel, Azahar serves contemporary cuisine that is distinctly Sevillano in style... Read More

  • El Pintón

    Serving an eclectic menu in keeping with its dynamic décor, El Pinton suits atypical palettes in an Instagram-ready space. Located inside a former... Read More

  • Enrique Becerra

    This convivial restaurant run by local celebrity restaurateur Enrique Becerra conjures up the true spirit of traditional Andalusian design, cuisine, and... Read More

  • Espacio Eslava

    A time-honored institution for over a decade, Eslava serves Seville’s most popular tasty tapas with a twist. Located in the village-like San Lorenzo... Read More

  • La Brunilda Tapas

    Day or night, a queue forms down a narrow street in central El Arenal for La Brunilda, a cozy tapas bar specializing in elevated versions of traditional... Read More

  • Lonja de Feria

    In La Macarena, an authentic, youthful district steps from the cultural center, sits Lonja de Feria, one of Europe’s oldest marketplaces. Dating back to... Read More

  • Mamarracha

    Compact and cool, Mamarracha is among the city’s best creative tapas eateries. The bar area, with its marble counter, distressed walls, and aquamarine... Read More

  • Maquila

    Take a break from tradition at Maquila Bar, providers of top-notch craft beer and creative tapas in the hip Almadea de Hercules neighborhood. One of... Read More

  • Mercado Lonja del Barranco

    Renovated into a multi-stall contemporary food hall in 2014, the riverside Mercado Lonja del Barranco has retained its striking original steel cast... Read More

  • Torres y Garcia

    Industrial in style with hints of rustic appeal, Torres y Garcia specializes in regional ingredients prepared in an open wood oven. The roomy restaurant... Read More

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