Last updated on July 8th, 2023 at 06:12 pm
Dining in Seville is a vacation in and of itself. The pearl of Andalusia, Seville is oozing with culture, diversity, and some of the best representation of authentic restaurants to be found.
With its warm climate and close proximity to other parts of the country, the colorful streets are full of travelers many months out of the year.
Traditional dishes make up a majority of the dining in the city, with modern twists and tastes incorporated within. A warm climate, rich soils, and proximity to the ocean make for a perfect culinary setting.
As far as dining in Seville goes, inside the Querencia de Sevilla, Autograph Collection Hotel, you’ll find La Maestria. The perfect setting for guests to enjoy the traditional flavors of Andalusia (with an outdoor rooftop option).
The interior design representing Spain’s history and pops of blue and pink tones, set the stage for a cultural journey through Seville’s flavors. The menu features dishes in tapas-style portions, from Spanish meats to freshly caught seafood dishes with a modern edge.
Some of the best tapas in Seville can be found on a quaint street in the city. This restaurant infuses ancient traditions with modernized techniques into its cooking and presentation. If you’re a foodie connoisseur and enjoy an array of options, this is it.
While the menu is expansive, I’d definitely try the Croquetas de Jamon Iberico (ham croquettes) and the Ceviche Citrico de Atun (tuna ceviche). Savor in the flavors of Spain, surrounded by exposed brick interiors and impressive wine displays.
Tablao Flamenco El Arenal
While the highly sought after Flamenco Show is the main attraction here, the food menu is not to go amiss. You’ll find the best of Spain’s traditional dishes here, from salmon tartar to Iberian pork.
Small portions of Seville’s favorites are served before the show. Try an accompaniment of local wines and drinks to pair with each plate and enjoy the music.
La Casa de Maria
If you’re looking for a good dining option in Seville with a view, La Casa de Maria is a strong contender. Across the Guadalquivir River, witness the city come to life. Along the water in the Tirana neighborhood, this buzzing spot is ideal for an evening full of great views and mouthwatering plates.
While the menu offers a variety of delicious, tapas options, the shining light of La Casa de Maria is the Paella dishes. Vegetable, meat, and seafood flavors are available for groups (as they are a hefty size and very filling!)