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  • 1

    La Azotea

    3 reviews

    This is another popular tapas bar in Seville. Like many, it is very small-- so arrive early if you don't want a long and claustrophobic wait. The tapas are creative and upscale for the area. The price is higher than other neighborhood establishments but the difference is reflected in the quality. A dinner for two (of tapas) with wine should ...

  • 2

    Taberna Coloniales

    3 reviews

    Taberna Coloniales is authentic Spanish food and tapas at amazing prices. You can have a dinner for two with wine and dessert for about 20€! The best way to experience this restaurant is by ordering a variety of tapas to share with your table. The only downside to eating here is the long wait. But you can try to avoid ...

  • 3

    Café Hércules

    3 reviews

    Great Breakfast, cheap and great service. I also loved the relaxed vibe here. Café con leche & pan con tomate with a drizzle of olive oil, and freshly squeezed orange juice. A great way to start the day & the oranges are locally grown so they taste even juicier.

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    Rinconcillo (El)

    El Rinconcillo is a really old and famous Tapas bar located near a cathedral. The atmosphere is rustic and pub like and the food and service are amazing as well. I would recommend just asking the waiter for their suggestions and they will lead you in the right direction. Also, avoid going at the peak hour of 2pm, because it ...

    Popular withFoodiesLocal
  • 5

    Casa Robles

    2 reviews

    Theres no doubt that this is the high end of sevillan dining. Expect to pay quite a bit (40-60 euros) per person for a three course meal plus drinks. The jamon is top-flight iberico and the wine list is extensive. Service is posh, so dress up or you'll probably feel a bit out of place. Located just steps away from ...

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    Las Golondrinas

    2 reviews

    Las Golondrinas is an institution in Sevilla. There are now two restaurants located right across the street from each other, and the both serve the exact same traditional spanish fare. If the wait isn't too long, try to get an upstairs table at the original location - there are only 6 or 7 tables crammed into a tiny balcony - ...

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  • 7

    Rio Grande

    2 reviews

    This restaurant is located just across the Guadalquivir River, and has a spectacular view of the city. On summer nights it's the perfect place to be. They serve up reasonably priced Spanish fare (during summer months, have some gazpacho or salmorejo, which is typical from Andalucia).

  • 8

    BODEGA Santa CRUZ

    1 review

    Perfect spot for lunch or a mid-afternoon pick-me-up. The montaditos are bomb and the patatas bravas go for under 2 euros and they're well worth it. The lunch crowd (2-4 pm) spills over into the streets and the bar turns into a classic rowdy Spanish yelling contest to see who can order first

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    Restaurante Doña Elvira

    1 review

    Nicely placed in Plaza de Dona Elvira, the Restaurante Dona Elvira contributes serenity to the plaza and the beautiful old Jewish neighborhood Santa Cruz in the form of delicious eatery and splendid Spanish wines. If you go in Spring I recommend sitting outdoors. The outdoor seating is nicely embedded into the plaza underneath the trees that provide shade and adjacent ...

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  • 12

    Las Columnas

    1 review

    Bodega Santa Cruz de Las Columnas, more commonly referred to as Las Columnas, is a cool place to hang with locals and tourists alike. It's along a strip of restaurants right by the Catedral de Sevilla, and it's always lively here. The staff is beyond friendly once they get to know you -- even if they're busy (which they always ...

  • 13

    Tarberna Coloniales

    1 review

    This jammed packed restaurant offers family style dishes and individual prices at very reasonable prices (10-20 euros a person). Try the solomillo al whisky for a good beef dish, the patatas bravas for a classic Andaluz dish or the bacalao (fired fish). The sangria is delicious and the obligatory cruzcampo is on tap.

  • 14

    Huelva Ocho

    1 review

    Located on the tranquil "pedestrian only"street Calle Huelva, Huelva Ocho is the meet up hub for tapa tour seekers and tourist bar crawlers. The restaurant itself resembles a dive bar, but the company of the fellow tourists and staff plus the flavorful drinks and tapas make it the perfect destination to start the evening off with new friends.

    Popular withBudgetFoodiesStudents
  • 15

    Levies

    1 review

    Levies is a great tapas spot for parties greater than 6 people. This was evident when our tapas tour crowd entered through the front door as a herd and dispersed around a long rectangular table that gave us the ability to converse with each other and share our opinions as we tried a diverse array of tapas. Speaking of tapas, ...

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  • 16

    T de Triana

    2 reviews

    The food here is a bit pricy and not as good as coloniales or its Triana neighbors, but the drinks are good and its a good place to sit down and enjoy a few pitchers of sangria.

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