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Sevilla - Eating And Drinking

 

Sevilla is packed with lively and enjoyable bars and restaurants, and you'll find somewhere to eat and drink at just about any hour. With few exceptions, anywhere around the sights and the Barrio Santa Cruz will be expensive. The two most promising central areas are down towards the bullring and north of here towards the Plaza de Armas bus station. The Plaza de Armas area is slightly seedier but has the cheapest comidas this side of the river. Wander down c/Marqués de Paradas, and up c/Canalejas and c/San Eloy, and find out what's available. Across the river in Triana , c/Betis and c/Pureza are also good hunting grounds.
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La Albahaca , Plaza Santa Cruz 29. Charming, traditional and expensive restaurant with outdoor tables in one of the Barrio Santa Cruz's prettiest squares. Closed Sun.

Bar Modesto , c/Cano y Cueto. At the north end of Santa Cruz, this mid-priced bar-restaurant offers a tempting menú (¬12) and great tapas.

Bodegón Pez Espada , c/Hernando Colón 8. Near the cathedral, and one of the few inexpensive places to eat in the Barrio Santa Cruz. Excellent seafood and paella with a buffet where you can refill your plate as many times as you like.

Café-Bar Veracruz , opposite the Torre del Oro near the river. Simple no-frills roadside place offering a bargain ¬6 menú ; makes a good lunch stop.

Café Olé , c/Miguel de Mañara 9. Pleasant lunch-time venue serving raciones and salads at outdoor tables in a pedestrianized street behind the turismo.

Entre dos Hermandades , c/Recaredo 13, near the Casa de Pilatos. Friendly restaurant and bar with perhaps the best value menú in town; ¬4.50 gets you three courses with wine and bread.

Hotel Alfonso XIII , c/San Fernando 2 tel 954 222 850. Swankiest place in town constructed to house guests visiting the 1929 exhibition; worth a look at this beautiful building and its stunning patio even if you don't sit down in the pricey restaurant.

Jalea Real , c/Sor Ángela de la Cruz 37, near the church of San Pedro. Excellent vegetarian restaurant run by a friendly and enthusiastic sevillana . Closed Mon.

La Judería , c/Cano y Cueto 13, near the Iglesia de Santa María la Blanca. Solid mid-priced restaurant with a tempting menú for around ¬12. Revueltos are a speciality here.

Kiosko de las Flores , c/Betis next door to the Río Grande (below). One of Sevilla's best-loved fried fish emporia has been evicted (to make way for a subterranean car park) from its ancient location tucked into the side of the Puente de Triana (Isabel II bridge) to a new riverside site with delightful terrace; tapas served in the bar and raciones on the terrace - just the place on a summer night. Closed Mon.

La Mandrágora , c/Albuera 11, just north of the Maestranza bullring, across c/Reyes Católicos. Sevilla's second vegetarian restaurant, with a wide range of dishes and a menú .

Mesón Serranito , Alfonso XII 9, behind the El Corte Inglés department store. Cosy little restaurant beyond the tapas bar out front with excellent fish and meat dishes and a ¬7.20 menú .

Pizzeria San Marco , c/Meson del Moro 4, Santa Cruz. Delicious Italian food and pizzas served inside a remarkable twelfth-century Moorish bathhouse.

Río Grande , c/Betis 70. This Triana restaurant has the best view in town from its terrace on the river's west bank, and a medium-priced menú . It's tapas bar is also worth a visit.

La Sopa Boba , c/Bailén 34, just off the Plaza del Museo on the Museo de Bellas Artes' doorstep. Tasty experimental home cooking, with a good-value menú .

 
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