Sevilla Province restaurants

Top Choice Andalucian in Seville

conTenedor

This slow-food restaurant in the boho Macarena district prides itself on using local, organic produce. The atmosphere is arty and relaxed, with an open kitchen, mismatched furniture and colourful contemporary painti…
Top Choice Fusion in Seville

Bar-Restaurante Eslava

A hit with locals and savvy visitors, much-lauded Eslava shirks the traditional tilework and bullfighting posters of tapas-bar lore in favour of a simple blue space and a menu of creative contemporary dishes. Stando…
Top Choice Fusion in Seville

La Azotea

Fashionable and much recommended by locals, Azotea is one of Seville's stable of modern eateries with culinary ambitions. Its pearl-grey Scandi-inspired interior sets the scene for artfully plated tapas and contempo…
Top Choice Pastries in Seville

Manu Jara Dulcería

Tradition, history, flamenco – forget all that. The real reason to cross the river to Triana is to visit this exquisite patisserie and stock up on heavenly cakes. These mini-masterpieces are laid out in ceremonial s…
Top Choice Andalucian in Cazalla de la Sierra

Agustina

With its urban modern interior and alfresco seating on a pretty stone plaza, Agustina brings a dash of contemporary style to Cazalla. The food reflects this, with updated takes on traditional Sierra dishes such as q…
Top Choice Tapas in Seville

La Brunilda

A regular fixture on lists of Seville's best tapas joints, this backstreet Arenal bar is at the forefront of the city's new wave of gourmet eateries. The look is modern casual with big blue doors, brick arches and p…
Top Choice Tapas in Seville

Mamarracha

Ideal for a lunch after a morning visit to the cathedral, this is a fine example of the modern tapas bars that Seville so excels at. Its interior is a handsome mix of blond wood, bare cement surfaces and exposed duc…
Top Choice Tapas in Écija

Ágora

This friendly tapas joint run by a young, energetic crew is one of Écija's favourite bars. Its outdoor tables, overlooked by a gnarled olive tree, are much sought after – particularly at weekends, when crowds of loc…
Andalucian in Seville

Sal Gorda

Incongruously located in an old shoe shop – you sit in the plate glass window – this tiny, low-key place serves innovative takes on Andalucian dishes – ajo blanco (white gazpacho soup) with mojama (salt-cured tuna),…
Tapas in Osuna

Casa Curro

For an authentic dining experience join locals at this vivacious bar-restaurant, one of Osuna's most popular. It looks the part with its long polished bar, cluttered walls and blackboard menus, and the tapas (and ra…