As-Sawirah

Price guide: Mid-range

Calle Galera 5, Seville, 41004

Price guide: Mid-range

as-sawirah

By Shawn Hennessey, your Seville expert

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#22 of 30
expert-rated restaurants in Seville
Expert overall rating:4.0 out of 5
Food and drink:
4
4.0
Ambience:
4.4
4.4
Service:
4
4.0
Location:
4
4.0
Value for money:
4
4.0
Recommended for:
Business travellers, Couples, Families with teenagers, Foodies, Chilling out, Escaping the crowds, Relaxation

Expert review of As-Sawirah

Traditional Moroccan cuisine and ambience in the centre of Sevilla.

This is a great place for delicious and authentic Moroccan cooking and you will find yourself either missing Morocco (like I do) or wanting to go if you've never been.

Food and drink: 

You can choose from a variety of excellent soups and starters, followed by different tagine and couscous dishes.There are special lunch menus (Monday-Friday) which include a starter, main course, dessert and mint tea. Try the lamb tagine with dates and toasted almonds and the chicken couscous. And the warm pitta bread with homemade hummus makes an excellent starter. There are vegetarian friendly options also available.

Ambience: 

It's really worth coming here just to enjoy the beautiful surroundings. There is lots of attention to detail in the decoration, and the general feel of the place really makes you feel like you are in Morocco.

Service: 

Service is a bit slow, but somehow fits.

Location: 

It is on a little side street near the Arenal market.

Price advice: 

A nice meal for two with wine will run to about 45-50 euros. There is a lunch special Tuesday-Fridays that's excellent value at 10 euros. 

More information on As-Sawirah:

Price guide:
Mid-range
Type:
Restaurant
Food:
Moroccan
Address:
Calle Galera 5, Seville, 41004
Telephone:
954 562 268
Website:
http://www.restaurantemarroqui.com/
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Opening times:
Tue-Sun 2-3.45pm, Tue-Sat 9-11.45pm. Closed Mondays.
Accepts Credit Cards:
Yes
Reservations:
Suggested

Have you been to As-Sawirah? Would you recommended it?