Sevilla: Tapas, beers and more
Updated: Feb 13
Sevilla is a city where you can find great restaurants. However, know that you can also find bars with incredible tapas, rooftops with beautiful views and great coffeeshops. Here is a concise list of what you can find in the city.
Las Teresas: Founded in 1870, this place offers traditional, good quality jamon, goat cheese and a wide variety of great tapas.
Bodega Dos de Mayo: The tapas here are out of this world, and you will surely get a table.
La Moneda: If you go here, you need to order the manzanilla en rama (a drink), the tuna and the shrimp tortilla.
Bodeguita Antonio Romero: The typical dish here is the Piripi, which is a kind of sandwich.
Ovejas Negras: The Risotto here is wonderful.
Bodeguita Morales: Order the Montadito de Pringa at this place.
La Raza: A tapas bar with a wide variety of options.
Bar Alfalfa: A classic Sevilla tapas bar, if you manage to get inside!
Mama Bistro: Probably one of the best in the city. Their dishes are different, and very flavorful. They were able to accommodate a table of 12 (in case you have a large group).
La Bartola: My favorite in Sevilla, with an amazing octopus and great cous-cous.
La Brunilda: Delicious local & mediterranean cuisine.
Petit Comité: Great restaurant, very romantic. Don't leave without ordering the burrata.
Torres y García: Great atmosphere, and a modern take on Spanish food.
Sal Gorda: Small restaurant, which does not take reservations, but is definitely worth the wait.
Barbiana: Amazing place for seafood options.
Zelai: Great restaurant that offers fusion tapas.
Maria Trifulca: Great restaurante at a very cool location, right by the river.
Bars & Rooftops:
Azotea del hotel Eme
Azotea del hotel Doña María
Azotea del Hotel Inglaterra
El embarcadero en calle Betis 69
Azotea de Mariatrifulca
Mercado Lonja del Barranco: The most consolidated market in the city. It has a great variety of options.
Torch Coffee Roasters