Las Teresas

Address: Calle Santa Teresa 2, Seville, 41004, Spain
Telephone: 954 213 069

- Mid-range

4.2

Great traditional tapas with a colourful feria and bullfighting atmosphere.

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.

Food and drink
4
90%
Service
3.9
90%
Food and drink
4
90%
Value for money
4
90%
Ambience
4.4
90%
Location
5
90%

Food and drink

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.

Ambience

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

Service is usually efficient, though it's been a bit uneven of late.

Location

It is right in the heart of Barrio Santa Cruz, on the corner of two pedestrian streets.

Price advice

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. 

Recommended for

  • Couples
  • Families with teenagers
  • Singles
  • People watching
  • Sightseeing

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