Bodeguita Romero

Price guide: Budget

Calle Harinas 10, Seville, 41001

Price guide: Budget

bodeguita romero

By Shawn Hennessey, your Seville expert

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#12 of 30
expert-rated restaurants in Seville
Expert overall rating:4.5 out of 5
Food and drink:
4.6
4.6
Ambience:
4.2
4.2
Service:
4.4
4.4
Location:
4.7
4.7
Value for money:
4.5
4.5
Recommended for:
Couples, Families with teenagers, Families with younger children, Singles, No fuss

Expert review of Bodeguita Romero

The very best pringá in all of Seville – don't ask, just try it.

If I have a 'home away from home' tapas bar in Seville, this is it. I almost always stop here after my Saturday morning errands for a quick snack and a beer. Pedro Romero took over this curiously v-shaped corner bar from his father and has made it a local favourite.

Food and drink: 

Tapas are served at the bar and  you can order raciones at the tables. Aside from the very best pringá (a hot toasted bun filled with pork, chorizo and black pudding) you can also find great seafood and very nice meat dishes. I love the carrillada (tender stewed pork cheeks) and pavia de bacalao (battered salt cod). 

Ambience: 

It is very Sevillano with lovely tiles on the walls and sherry glasses hanging from the ceiling.

Service: 

Service is very attentive, very friendly and very professional.

Location: 

It is about a three-minute walk from the cathedral, and just outside the main touristy district.

Price advice: 

Tapas at the bar costs from 2.50-3.50 euros and larger plates are on average about 15 euros. A nice selection of house wines by the glass are 2.50 euros. Two people can have a very satisfying tapas meal for about 12 euros each.

More information on Bodeguita Romero:

Price guide:
Budget
Type:
Tapas bar
Food:
Mediterranean, Spanish, Tapas
Address:
Calle Harinas 10, Seville, 41001
Telephone:
954 229 556
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Opening times:
Tue-Sun 1-4.30pm, 8pm-midnight. Closed Mondays.
Accepts Credit Cards:
Yes
Reservations:
Not possible

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