Restaurants in Sevilla
Tapas aren’t everything. Well…not to everyone, anyway. Sure it’s more common to go for tapas, but if you want a well orchestrated, full meal, there are a number of restaurants around the city that would love to accommodate you. Markets, as well, can provide you with fresh ingredients if you prefer to cook for yourself.
Located in the heart of the old Jewish quarter, this typical Andalucían restaurant serves up a wide variety of both provincial and national delicacies all made with fresh ingredients from all over Spain. Fish, shellfish, and cured hams are brought from Huelva, meats sourced in Avila, peppered lamb from Castile, anchovies from the north coast, and oxtail stew from Seville. The homemade desserts add a final sweet touch to your meal.
With over 100 diverse main dishes, 40 inventive desserts, 11 private dining rooms, and two spacious public dining rooms to choose from, this place is nearly a landmark. Only the freshest produce is used and the meats are all sourced from Spanish cities. Desserts, like the nougat and praline ice cream are sublime and the extensive wine list would please even the most discerning connoisseur.
Great food in a charming and historic location. Mentioned in the Tapas section, but this place also serves a menu at a fixed price of 25€ to 45€.
Las Macetas in Triana
Specializing in generously portioned meats and sandwiches, the food here is simple, unfettered, and ultimately satisfying.
Fish & Fruit Market
This is the oldest market in Seville and always an interesting stop, regardless of whether or not your looking to buy. If you are, then this is the best place to find fresh seafood and local produce.