Those who know Seville or have heard about our city, certainly already know that it is the capital of the “Tapas”, delicious small dishes of every sort. In our city, almost everywhere, you’ll have the chance to find fantastic appetizers and small dishes at an incredible value for money. Today we leave a mini guide for you to discover the “tapa” path that only the locals know. You are going to taste most of them during your stay at our hotel in Seville!
There is no doubt that you can find incredible tapas everywhere in Seville, but if you are ask us, we will tell you to go in Triana. The tradition of the “Tapa” is transmitted from generation to generation. In the streets of Triana you’ll find thousands of wonderful places, each “Tapa” is going to better than the last one you tasted.
To start biting something, you’re going to bring you to a small little bar hidden in an alley of no more than three feet wide. The purest atmosphere of the Triana district will surround you since your first step into. Its signature dish: the Iberian sirloin grilled. Do not be fooled by the appearance, this meat is anything but bland, the best in town! Another must have tapa are the grilled mushrooms and lamb chops. We are sure you’ll repeat the dish.
There is a more recent bar near the main one, which serves exactly the same dishes, if you do not fit in “Las Golondrinas”.
Antillano Campos Street, 26
Casa Ruperto is an ancient brewery that became famous throughout the province for its incredible “fried birds”. Their fried quail with a very secret sauce will leave you astonish. Having tapas in Casa Ruperto is one of the cheapest plans ever.
Av Santa Cecilia, 2
O’ tapas Albahaca
In O ‘tapas Basil you’ll have the chance to taste from traditional tapas to the more elaborate ones. Steak Braid into the wine of Jerez or grilled or bream fillet with “Gulas del Norte” are the names of some of the artwork cooked in there. Did it make your mouth water? Go to:
Pagés del Corro Street, 119
Restaurante El Faro
The views of the Guadalquivir from the incredibly located terrace of this restaurant worth itself the visit. If we add the fame of its scrambled, its “fried fish” and homemade desserts, you should not really hesitate. You’ll have dinner almost in the Triana Bridge.
Puente de Isabel II, s / n (Puente de Triana)
Altozano de Triana
Coldest beer with the sun warming the terrace. That’s the best description for this bar that is already an institution in Triana. Their signature dish is the steak with whiskey, but you can not leave without trying the ham and the seasoned tomatoes, which in summer are almost mandatory.
San Jacinto, 4
For years Joseph, the owner of this place, has been dedicating all his passion to prepare the best snails in town and without changing his incredible recipe. His reputation precedes him, and that’s why he jealously keeps the secret of his magic recipe. Apart of the snails, you’ll find sandwiches of shrimp and “salmorejo”. You cannot ask for more.
Calle Esperanza de Triana, 47
Walking through the Triana district you’ll surely find more bars and brewery that will catch your eye and let you step in. Our tip…Follow your sense, in Triana each tapa bar has its own special dish and you can be the first to discover another gastronomic treasure hidden in the alleys of our magic district.
Another advice I give you is to start your route early in order to find a seat easily. Everyone want the best tapas , so beside the great food you will find the best atmosphere to enjoy this very typical tradition of Seville.
We look forward to have a “tapa” with you!
Do not hesitate to contact our staff if you need any information.
General Manager @ Hotel Ribera de Triana Sevilla