Restaurant el Rinconcillo
40 Calle Gerona, Centro
A trip to Seville means tapas, which makes El Rincincillio a must. After all, they’ve been refining the craft since 1670. Everything about the restaurant, from the clientele (locals) to the décor (Spanish tile on the walls and cured meat hanging from the ceiling) is authentic. There is a formal sit-down restaurant upstairs, but it’s more fun in the standing-room-only bar area on the first floor.
Vinéria San Telmo
4 Paseo Catalina de Ribera, San Bernardo
These guys deliver on what great food in Seville is about: Perfectly turned out tapas with the aperitifs to match. Highlights include an insane Tortilla Espanola, a Torta de Castuera with caramelized onions, crispy prawns, and Roteña-style cod.
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