Let’s Eat in Seville!

When it comes to food, Seville has it all. Whether you want a nice, sit-down restaurant, hidden tapas bar, or just a quick place to snack, you will find it in this food-obsessed city! There are bars and restaurants on every street but try these neighborhoods in particular for great food and atmosphere: La Alameda, El Arenal, Triana, Los Remedios.

Spanish Restaurants

While you will find a lot more tapas bars around, Sevilla does offer a large variety of slightly more expensive, sit-down atmospheres, suitable for a long meal with friends or family.

  • Enrique Becerra, Calle Gamazo 2 – delicious traditional spanish food
  • Robles Placentines, Calle Placentines 2 – there are many “Robles” restaurantes in Seville, but we recommend this one for its great quality-price balance
  • Rio Grande, Calle Betis 69 – a bit more pricey but excellt food and service AND its right on the river for a great view
  • Casa Luciano, Calle Paraíso 3 – hands down the best steaks EVER!!!!

Spanish tapas bars

In Sevilla there are billions of Spanish tapas bars.  You can grab a small table or stand at the bar while ordering little plates of Spanish specialities.  Definitely try the croquetas, pescaíto frito, and jamon íberico.

  • El Rinconcillo, Calle Gerona 40 – the oldest bar in Sevilla
  • Los Coloniales, Plaza Cristo de Burgos 17 – very popular amongst students for their huge tapas at a small price
  • Bar Eslava, Calle Eslava 3 – a classic amongst Sevillanos…delicious tapas!
  • La Azotea, Calle Zaragoza 5 & C/Jesus del Gran Poder 31 – get there early if you want a table…its one of the trendiest new bars in Sevilla and for good reason
  • Bar Alfalfa, Calle Candilejo 1 – charming and tiny place with big delicious tapas.  Get ready to stand while you eat.

Snacks and Student Hang-outs

Between meals, you might want to grab some meriendas (snacks).  Generally you would include cafes, heladerías, and pastelerías in this group.  We are also adding the Montaditos fad in this section.

  • Cien Montaditos & La Sureña– these two little sandwich shops are very popular for cheap little sandwiches called montaditos and beer specials.  Students love hanging out here in the afternoons, especially on Wednesdays when everything costs 1€ at Cien Montaditos.
  • TGB – The Good Burger, Paseo Cristina 3 – great quality, good price
  • Slice of New York, Calle Alemanes 13 and Plaza Salvador – great pizza by the slice…really takes like New York pizza

Cafés, Ice Cream, Cakes

  • La Campana, Calle Sierpes 1 – pastries and coffee
  • Ofelia Bakery, Cuesta del Rosario 16B – great cupcakes!!!


  • Heladería Rayas, Calle Almirante Apodaca 1 – yummy yummy ice cream! 
  • La Cacharreria, Calle Regina 14 – great place for breakfast, snacks, coffee, smoothies and cakes! 

Healthy Stuff

  • Milk Away, Calle Hernando Colón 3
  • Just Good a Lifestyle, Calle Avión Cuatro Vientos 1 – salads, brugers, wraps, sandwiches, smoothies, currys, muesli … everything fresh and super healthy! They also deliver food, if you are to lazy 😉


International Restaurants


  • Kakure, Calle Marqués de Paradas 32- GREAT sushi
  • Samurai, Salado 6

Italian :

  • Al Solito Posto, Alameda de Hércules 16 – tuesdays every Pizza for 5€
  • Orsini, Reyes Catolicos 25 – great pizzas
  • Osteria L’Oca Giuliva, Mateos Gago 9
  • Flamingo Lounge, Paseo Cristobal Colón 5

Mexican : 

  • Iguanas Ranas, Calle Santo Tomas 7
  • Tijuana, Calle Asuncion 67-stays open late-night
  • Amanecer, Calle Asunción 76

American :

  • Peggy Sue’s, Calle Luis Montoto 50 – 1950s style diner with free juke-boxes on every table
  • TGB – The Good Burger, Paseo Cristina 3 – great quality, good price
  • T.G.I.Fridays, Nervion Plaza

¡Buen provecho! 


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