Ran by the hotelkeeper Sixto Tovar Gutierrez, this bar has one of the most successful kitchens around. Their scrumptious tapas are interesting and sure to entice your palate with their flavorsome aroma. The Rioja-style potatoes, Salmorejo (thick vegetable dip), homemade stews, Roquefort croquettes and sirloin with Cabrales cheese (similar to Roquefort) are very delicious and must-tries from the menu. In addition, there are many delicious wines. Make sure to drink the Castillo de San Diego very cold; it is an ideal white wine to accompany the seafood.
Open since 8a, La Cacharreria is the perfect place to fuel your appetite before heading out into the city. In a disarmingly simply interior, this place serves a hearty breakfast and lunch, followed by delectable desserts. Many also explore the restaurant for their evening coffee. On weekends, La Cacharreria is open til wee hours of the morning thus satiating your late-night cravings.
El Rinconcillo hails itself as the oldest restaurant in Seville. It was opened in 1670 and it still preserves the old decoration. Walking through the doors, you feel as though you are traveling back in time to an old tavern complete with ancient marble tables. The menu is one of the best of the city, as they serve Andalusian cuisine with a touch of innovation. Some of the special dishes are the Spinach with chickpea, Pavías Cod, and of course, chacinas (cured ham, chorizo, spiced sausage) from Huelva. There is a good wine menu and a bar to grab a drink or try a tapas. The restaurant closes for a vacation during the middle of July.
For a strictly jazz experience, head to this local favorite. Jazz Corner's ambiance and music spell, complete devotion to jazz. The bar is the work of architect Pilar Hernaiz and shaped to resemble Chet Atkins' Gibson. It's the perfect setting for a night of jazz and nightcaps. With concerts and jam sessions by regional artists, Jazz Corner is Seville's best offering in live jazz. If bass guitars and saxophones excite you, you've just found your paradise!
The menu here features over 100 different main courses followed by 40 imaginative desserts. There are 11 private dining rooms and two spacious public dining rooms to choose from as well as another branch in Castilleja. All the shellfish and cured meats come from Huelva while the beef and lamb come from northern Spain. Only the freshest produce is used. Try the mojama (dried tuna) with tomato and oregano, the croquettes with fresh mint, the duck liver pate with bitter orange marmalade or the sea bass with apricot vinegar. The nougat and praline ice cream is an ideal dessert.
The menu created by chef Nacho Martinez at RioGrande Restaurante, located in the Triana district of Sevilla, offers delicious fresh seafood. The Black-Rice Paella with Lobster and Jumbo Prawns is a popular dish. Moreover the ambiance is beautiful and pleasant, with a great water view. You will find a number of business people coming here due to its great service and quality. This place can also prove a good location for your dinner date, as its atmosphere is quite romantic.
Indulge in the fine spread layout at La Galería, a restaurant that is influenced by the delicate flavors of the Mediterranean. Located in the Hotel Inglaterra, the restaurant shares a close association with the art scene of the city, making it a favorite for collectors and art enthusiasts. The wonderful food is complimented by the works of many artists that are displayed as part of exhibitions held here. For reservations and more, contact the restaurant via the hotel.