Restaurante Egaña Oriza
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Restaurante Egaña Oriza information
Say Basque and you've got a byword for fine dining these days, so it's not surprising that Basque-run Egaňa Oriza is regarded as one of the city's stand-out restaurants. Situated close to the Prado de San Sebastián bus station, this could be your first (and best) culinary treat in Seville. There's an equally posh tapas spot on the ground floor.