Calle Santa Teresa 2, Seville, 41004
- Recommended for:
- Couples, Families with teenagers, Singles, People watching, Sightseeing
Expert review of Las Teresas
This is another Seville institution that has become very popular with tourists, though this one hasn't fallen into the tourist trap tradition of offering a fixed menu of gazpacho, paella and sangría, and many locals still hang out here.
The tapas here are very typical and you can also find excellent jamón and cheese. I especially like their sizzling prawns in garlicky olive oil (gambas al ajillo) though it's got quite pricey over the years. Other favourites include the cuminy spinach with chickpeas and a tender chunk of grilled pork loin wrapped in bacon.
If you're a fan of feria and bullfighting memorabilia you'll love this place - you can barely see the walls for all the photos and posters. It is often crowded, but after a few minutes wait a small table or space at the bar usually becomes available.
Service is usually efficient, though it's been a bit uneven of late.
It is right in the heart of Barrio Santa Cruz, on the corner of two pedestrian streets.
Tapas prices range from 2.50-4.50 euros, with larger plates usually being better value if you're sharing. Wine by the glass is about 2.50 euros.
More information on Las Teresas:
- Price guide:
- Tapas bar
- Spanish, Tapas, Traditional
- Calle Santa Teresa 2, Seville, 41004
- 954 213 069
- Lunch, Dinner
- Opening times:
- Daily 1-4pm, 8pm-midnight.
- Accepts Credit Cards:
- Not possible