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You can’t set foot in Seville and not have tapas. I mean, that would be a travesty. But with so many tapas bars on every corner, how would you know how to separate the authentic ones from the ones that are just a waste of stomach space? Rest assured, I’ve got you covered. Here is a list of the best tapas bars in Seville as recommended by a local Sevillian, so you won’t be disappointed!
Must try: Montadito de Pringá (Sevillian stew)
Harinas Street, 10
Must try: Variety of tapas. Everything is good!
Cristo de Burgos Square, 10 [or] Fernández y González Street, 36
Must try: Croquetas
Hernán Cortés Street, 2
Must try: Tortilla de Patatas (Sevillian omelette)
Angostillo, Street 2.
Must try: Boquerones en Adobo (Marinated anchovies)
José de Velilla Street, 1
Must try: Cheese and variety of tapas
García de Vinuesa Street, 11
Must try: Montaditos (Spanish sandwich)
Mateos Gago Street, 29
Must try: Variety of tapas
Catalina de Ribera Street, 4
Must try: Montadito de pringá
Rodrigo Caro Street, 1
Must try: Espinacas con Garbanzos (Spinach with chickpeas)
Gerona Street, 40
Must try: Salads
Calatrava Street, 44
Dos de Mayo
Must try: Solomillo en Salsa Mozárabe (Sirloin with mozarabe sauce)
Gavidia Square, 6
Must try: Variety of tapas
Pagés del Corro Street, 86
Must try: Solomillo al Whisky (Sirlion in whiskey sauce)
Antillano Campos Street, 26
BONUS: Free Flamenco
Along with eating tapas, watching a flamenco show is absolutely essential in Seville. You’ll probably see lots of flamenco show packages you can purchase which might include dinner or a drink, but most of them will be geared towards tourists. For a free flamenco show that’s way more authentic, visit La Carbonería. You can purchase a drink and stay as long as you want for the show.
Céspedes Street, 21
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Hopefully, this list helped you in your culinary journey through Seville. Know any other places that should be on this list? Let me know in the comments below!
Til then, happy eating! xo
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