Contemporary Andalucian restaurants in Seville
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The quiet ones are always the best. It might not look like much from the outside, but take it on trust that Los Coloniales is something very special. The quality plates line up like models on a cat walk: chorizo a la Asturiana, a divine spicy sausage in an onion sauce served on a bed of lightly fried potato; eggplants in honey; and pork tenderloin al whiskey (a whiskey-flavoured sauce).
There is another inferior, more touristy branch, Taberna Los Coloniales, near the cathedral.
Gastronomic inventions are the mainstay of this swish restaurant. Housed inside an imposing building with massive studded doors, it looks as if a trip here may break the bank, but the lunchtime menú del día (daily set menu) is, in fact, a really great deal.
Try the pork trotter with mushroom, young garlic and pea mousse (essentially just a posh version of mushy peas) or the rabbit stew.