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Best Restaurants
in Seville

Seville is an ancient city of winding streets that over the years have become home to an array of cafes, bars, restaurants, markets and Abacerías (small food shops with informal seating), serving a vast range of regional tapas dishes and Sherry. 

The dishes and ingredients of Seville are hugely influenced by their rich history - from the bitter Seville oranges introduced by the Moors, the almonds and saffron popularised by the Sephardi Jewish population to sweets and pastries made by nuns in the city's convents. 

Be prepared to eat late in Seville, and to slowly graze over a few drinks and good conversation - although there are definitely some fantastic, and slightly more formal restaurants for those who are after 3 courses. 

Take a look at our best places below. 

slow cooked egg on mushroom

Slow Cooked Egg on Mushroom Cake © Espacio Eslava

Espacio Eslava

Modern tapas bar serving local classics alongside award winning, unique and playful tapas dishes. The building also houses a more formal, pricier restaurant by the same name.

Top Dishes

Slow cooked egg on mushroom cake (Huevo a baja temperatura), Cuttlefish "cigar" (Cigarro para Bécquer)

Calle Eslava, 3
El Rinconcillo Bar y Tapas

El Rinconcillo

Lays claim to being the oldest bar in Seville - established in 1670. Offers a classic tapas menu of simple plates and sherries, served by doting staff in black waistcoats and ties.

Top Dishes

Any of the simple traditional dishes

Calle Gerona, 40
La Brunilda Menu

La Brunilda

Well established, high-ceilinged space with simple and modern decor. Offers an exceptional menu of tapas as well as daily specials from their blackboard. Gets very busy during the peak season.

Top Dishes

Mushroom and idiazabal cheese rissotto, Salt cod fritters (Buneulos de Bacalao), Mini Burger (hamburguesa de ternera)

Calle Galera, 5
Los Coloniales

Fried Aubergines in Honey  © Los Coloniales

Los Coloniales

Los Coloniales serves traditional hot and cold dishes, using local ingredients and recipes, in a beautifully tiled bar. Friendly staff, a great atmosphere, and outdoor seating.

Top Dishes

Aubergines in honey, iberico secreto, almond chicken

Plaza Cristo de Burgos, 19
bodeguita romero pringa montadito

Pringa Montadito Sandwich © Gastronimo

Bodeguita Romero

Popular tapas bar that is almost always packed during the evening. See if you can get a high tables outside, or squeeze in along the bar, to try some of their delicious slow cooked meat sandwiches.

Top Dishes

Slow cooked meat sandwich (Pringa Montadito) are the best in town, Sardine with alioli, bacalao carpachio, house potatoes (papas aliña)

Calle Harinas, 10
Las Teresas Bar

Las Teresas

Las Teresas is a Seville institution. Founded in 1870, the interior is tiled and adorned with legs of jamon and photos of bullfighters. Come for the great service, and the delicious aged morcilla.

Top Dishes

Jamon, solomillo con whiskey, aged morcilla (morcilla del años), grilled tuna (morillo)

Calle Sta. Teresa, 2

La Azotea

Fresh Lobster © La Azotea

La Azotea

Wildly popular tapas bar with four locations across the city. Really fresh fish cooked to a high standard, a great wine list and creative cocktail menu. No booking, so arrive early to avoid a wait.

Top Dishes

Daily fresh seafood specials, Iberico pork cheek with goat's cheese gratin, Cod confit served over garlic soup

Calle Zaragoza, 5c


Self proclaimed slow food restaurant, focusing on small plates and raciones rather than tapas. Eclectic decor, great local wine selection and a frequently changing menu. Worth it for the duck rice alone.

Top Dishes

Duck rice (arroz con pato)

Calle San Luis, 50
Ovejas Negras

Duck with Spicy Coconut Cream © Ovejas Negras

Ovejas Negras

Translates as "black sheep", so expect tapas with a difference. Mixes asian and American influences in a stylish, lively setting. Get a seat at the bar if you can!

Top Dishes

Risottazzo, Medium burger with curry mayonnaise, fish and chips with tartar sauce

Calle Hernando Colón, 8
La Moneda Clams

Clams in garlic and oil © La Moneda

La Moneda

Seafood specialists La Moneda offer a fantastic selection of local produce, with a bar to perch at and sample tapas or a small seated area for longer affairs. Don't miss the coquinas: tiny clams sautéed in garlic and oil.

Top Dishes

Clams in garlic (Coquinas), Shrimp soup (Sopa de Galeras), seafood specials

Calle Almirantazgo, 4
Enrique Becerra

Pork Cheeks Stewed in Red Wine © Enrique Becerra

Enrique Becerra

Well established tapas bar in El Arenal, run by father and son. The kitchen keeps things fresh, so the menu changes frequently. If they're on the menu, be sure to try the lamb skewers with dates.

Top Dishes

Lamb skewers with dates (Pincho de cordero con dátiles), meatballs (albóndingas), bacon wrapped langoustine in sherry sauce

Calle Gamazo, 2
Petit Comité Egg and Octopus

Octopus and Egg Yolk © Petit Comité

Petit Comité

One of the more modern spots in Seville, and a great place to book a table (a must, as the tables don't hang around!). The style is classics with a twist, all served in a beautiful, informal space with impressive bar.

Top Dishes

Octopus with truffle and egg yolk, croquetas (fillings change regularly)

Calle Dos de Mayo, 30
az zait

Iberico Tataki © Az-Zait


The name and the decor of this restaurant reflect Seville's Arabic past, however the dishes reflect a more creative edge to Andalusian cuisine for those looking for something a bit different.

Top Dishes

Offers reasonably priced set menus, with the foie gras terrine, and slow cooked egg being highlights

Pl. de S. Lorenzo, 1

Oriza Pasta

Scallop Pasta © Oriza


Nestled next to the Alcazar, Oriza can lay claim to being one of the city's best (and most beautiful) restaurants. Be sure to book in the evenings, and wear something nice - it's among the city's smarter places!

Top Dishes

Lamb sweetbreads with wild mushrooms and broad beans, spider crab San Sebastián style, pigeon breast with lentils

Calle San Fernando, 41


Abantal is (currently) Seville's only Michelin starred restaurant, and boy has Chef Julio Fernandez Quintero earned it. Go for the 7 course tasting menu, and let the sommelier do his thing. Reservations a must.

Top Dishes

Daily changing tasting menu - and check out the list of olive oils!

Calle Alcalde José de la Bandera, 7
Abades Triana

Chocolate Cigar © Abades Triana

Abades Triana

Arguably the best looking table in the city, with breathtaking views. Chef Elias Del Toro has created a truly special experience, whether you go a la carte or for the full tasting menu. A more formal affair.

Top Dishes

"World to Share" menu, suckling lamb shoulder, salmorejo

Calle Betis, 69
Taberna Del Alabardero

© Taberna Del Alabardero

Taberna Del Alabardero

Last night of a special trip? Go here. Situated in a 19th century town house, you can choose from the bistro area (more relaxed), or dine in the smart upstairs dining room. Dishes make the most of local ingredients.

Top Dishes

5 course tasting menu (great value), Huelva prawns, Great vintage wine selection

Calle Zaragoza, 20

Heladeria La Fiorentina Gelato

© Gastronimo

Heladeria La Fiorentina

One of the best ice cream parlours in the city. Specialising in flavours inspired by the region's proud culinary history, with traditional local products and ingredients.

Top Dishes

One of the unusual ice-cream flavours: Olive oil biscuit (Torta de aceite), Sherry (Manzanilla de Sanlúcar), Orange Blossom (Crema de flor de azahar)

Calle Zaragoza, 16
Confiteria la campana cake

Confitería La Campana

Traditional pastry shop in business since 1885, and a great breakfast spot! Serves cakes, tarts and pastries, as well as a good coffee. Open from 8am - 10pm.

Top Dishes

Egg Yolk Pastry (yemas), Cream Pastry (Coco de Nata)

Calle Sierpes, 1-3
Feria Market

Mercado de Feria

Seville's oldest market. A great place for fresh produce as well as simple, tasty local dishes. La Cantina, situated in the centre of the market, serves fresh fish & seafood tapas in a lively, casual atmosphere.

Top Dishes

Any fried fish or seafood tapas

Feria, s/n
Triana market

Mercado de Triana

Small but busy market, built on the former HQ of the Spanish inquisition. The market offers an array of fresh produce, as well as several tapas bars if you don't fancy cooking it yourself.

Top Dishes

Take your pick from the tapas bars throughout the market, or get something to take home

Calle San Jorge, 6
Mercado de la Encarnación

© Plaza de la Encarnación by Hernán Piñera CC BY-SA 2.0

Mercado de la Encarnación

Worth a visit just for the innovative structure - wooden parasols shaped like mushrooms contain a walkway and a tapas bar, as well as a food market below.

Top Dishes


Pl. de la Encarnación, s/n
Churros con chocolate

Churros con Chocolate © Gastronimo

Bar El Comercio

The kind of place that feels like it's been there forever. Serves the best churros in town alongside chocolate or coffee. Open from early morning until 9pm.

Top Dishes

Churros con chocolate

Calle Lineros, 9
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