Where to eat in Seville

It is very important to know where to eat well

Seville, like all of Andalusia, has a rich and varied gastronomy with world famous dishes such as gazpacho, pescaíto frito, huevas aliñás, rabo de toro or croquetas de puchero among many other dishes that we can already say will be another of the reasons to visit Seville and leave with a good taste in our mouths from our visit.

In Seville the offer is infinite, and it is very difficult to make a selection due to its enormous quality and variety. At Magno Apartments we have compiled a list of 10 places to eat in Seville that we Sevillians like to frequent for their value for money, tradition, gastronomic offer and good service.


Bar Giralda (calle Mateos Gago, 1): 

Cervecería Giralda is a tapas bar located in a former 12th century hammam. It is the most complete and best preserved public Arab baths in the Iberian Peninsula, so we believe it is a unique experience to stop by.


Casa Montalván (calle Alfarería 21):

A cosy, traditional restaurant located in the Triana neighbourhood. With a very good quality-price ratio and attentive and friendly service. In high season it may be necessary to book in advance.

Mercado Lonja del Barranco (calle Arjona s/n):

Gourmet market located next to the Guadalquivir River and the Triana Bridge. The Lonja del Barranco Market is a historic and monumental place designed by Gustave Eiffel, builder of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. From its construction in 1883 until 1970 it was used as a fish market and wholesale fish market, being the only iron market in Seville that has survived to the present day. Here you can find up to 20 stalls with a wide variety of gastronomic offerings and a great local atmosphere.

Bodeguita Antonio Romero (calle Antonia Díaz, 19):

A wide variety of tapas and montaítos in a traditional tavern atmosphere. Highly recommended to try their famous "piripis" with bacon, tomato and mayonnaise.

Duo Tapas (calle Calatrava, 10):

Located next to the Alameda de Hércules, this modern and welcoming restaurant has a varied and quality menu. Its specialities include duck breast, tuna tataki and four-cheese risotto.  And if you have a sweet tooth, we recommend the brownie with ice cream or the glass of lemon. A classic that never disappoints.

La Malvaloca (Plaza de la Encarnación, 20):

Cosy restaurant located next to 'las Setas' or Plaza de la Encarnación in Seville, serving Spanish tapas and a wide selection of wines, with a very pleasant service. You can enjoy the views of this, which is the most modern monument in the city.
Arte y Sabor (Alameda de Hércules, 85):

Fusion cuisine with a variety of Spanish and Moroccan dishes with a very good quality/price relationship. It is an interesting option for vegans and vegetarians. Close to places in the Alameda itself where you can continue enjoying a drink.

Blanca Paloma (calle San Jacinto, 49):

Traditional Sevillian restaurant located in the Triana neighbourhood. We recommend the potatoes with garlic sauce, the pork cheeks, the prawn burger, the shrimp salad and the grilled octopus.

Casa Ricardo (calle Hernán Cortés, 2):

Traditional Sevillian tavern, formerly called Casa Ovidio. Here you'll find the typical Seville's friendly service and a wide variety of typical tapas. You must try their famous croquettes. It is especially popular at times like Easter.

Las Teresas (calle Santa Teresa, 2):

Restaurant with a traditional bar and walls full of photos of intrinsically Sevillian motifs, serving tapas, meats and stews typical of Spanish and Andalusian cuisine. One of the oldest in the Santa Cruz neighbourhood, it was founded in 1870.