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).
It is very Sevillano with lovely tiles on the walls and sherry glasses hanging from the ceiling.
Service is very attentive, very friendly and very professional.
It is about a three-minute walk from the cathedral, and just outside the main touristy district.
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.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- No fuss