La comida de Sevilla!

Authored by:
Sofia S.

When I am travelling, one of the first things I look up is "best foods in x city". I always try to find the local, authentic, and hole in the wall restaurants that can offer a cultural experience and satisfy my tastes buds. Having lived in Sevilla for 1.5 years, I have generated a pretty good (in my opinion) list of the best restaurants and tapas that represent Sevilla and Spain. 

Foods: This is my list of HAVE TO TRY tapas while in Spain and Sevilla 

- Gambas al ajillo 

- Croquetas 

- Tortilla de Patatas 

- Patatas Bravas

- Pimientos baby fritos

- Huevos Rotos

- Manchego 

- Jamón Serrano / Iberico

- Paella 


- Bodega Góngora: montadito piripi (you have to get this little sandwich) 

- Bodeguita Antonio Romero

- Bodega Díaz Salazar 

- El Rinconcillo (oldest tapas bar in Sevilla)

-  Osteria L'Oca Giuliva (BEST Italian food) 

- Rayas (Icecream)

- El Librero Tapas y Quesos


In my opinion...

  • I feel like a lot of the major center streets in Sevilla students can fall into "tourist trap" restaurants Personally, I would avoid restaurants on Calle Alemanes and those side streets. They tend to be pricey and meh food. 
  • There are also a lot of little cafés and desert places where you can find cheap eats that taste REALLY GOOD! 

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