Seville is a city known for its rich culture, stunning architecture, and vibrant nightlife. But did you know that it’s also a foodie’s paradise? With its fresh produce, delicious tapas, and world-class wines, Seville has something to offer everyone.
If you’re looking for the best places to eat and drink in Seville, start by exploring the city’s many tapas bars and restaurants. These informal eateries are a great place to sample a variety of Spanish dishes, from classic tapas like “patatas bravas” and jamón ibérico to more creative options like croquetas de rabo de toro (oxtail croquettes) and espinacas con garbanzos (spinach with chickpeas).
Best places to eat
Among all the culinary selections that Seville has to offer, the best ones serve a mix of traditional and modern Spanish cuisine. Here is a list of our favorites:
- Mariatrifulca (Puente de Triana, Pl. del Altozano, 1, 41010 Sevilla): the best terrace to enjoy the Seville skyline just by the Triana bridge
- Sobretablas (Calle Colombia, 7, 41013 Sevilla) open since 1929, and recipes are inspired by local typical dishes with high-quality culinary techniques.
- Casa Ozama (Av. de la Borbolla, 59, 41013 Sevilla) have lunch surrounded by one of the most beautiful gardens in Seville
- Las Teresas (Calle Santa Teresa, 2 – 41004 – Sevilla) is one of the favorite restaurants among the locals to enjoy a proper tapa
- Bodega Santa Cruz Las Columnas (C. Rodrigo Caro, 1, 41004 Sevilla) do not miss this place because their “buñuelos de bacalao” a deep fried cod dough are pretty famous.
- Álvaro el Peregil (C. Mateos Gago, 22, 41004 Sevilla) if you want to try the “Vino de Naranja” a sweet wine made of grapes and oranges.
- El Rinconcillo (C. Gerona, 40, 41003 Sevilla) the most ancient bar in Seville, started in 1670 it is still one of the best restaurants to enjoy a proper Sevillian meal.
Best places to take a drink
Of course, no meal in Seville would be complete without a glass of wine. Seville is located in the heart of the Jerez wine region, so be sure to try some of the local wines, such as sherry and manzanilla. You can find these wines at most tapas bars and restaurants in Seville.
- Abacería San Lorenzo (C. Pureza, 12, Local 1 Y 2, 41010 Sevilla) is inspired by the old “abacerías” (a place used to sell and trade wine and other quality products in bulk.
- Casa Morales (C. García de Vinuesa, 11, 41001 Sevilla) Traditional tapas, sherry, and Spanish wines in a long-standing family tavern packed with bottles.
- Tradevo Centro (Cta. del Rosario, 15, 41004 Sevilla) Gastronomic last trends, but always respecting tradition.
- Bodega Los Soportales (Pl. del Salvador, 4, 41004 Sevilla) where Sevillians gather to have their first beer, wine, or sherry of the weekend, in one of the sunniest terraces in Seville.
No matter what you’re in the mood for, you’re sure to find it in Seville. With its delicious food, world-class wines, and vibrant nightlife, Seville is a city where you can truly eat and drink your way through your vacation.