Seville Food Guide: the best restaurants, cafes and coffee shops

Seville Food Guide: the best restaurants, cafes and coffee shops

Tapas, tapas and more tapas. We really couldn’t get enough of them in Seville. But if you want something different than tapas for once, this modern city is the place to be. From stylish coffee bars, poké bowls, chic dining to fancy cocktail bars. Trendy restaurants enough to choose from. Today we share our favorite Seville restaurants, cafes and bars.

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Espacio Eslava

Dinner at eleven, it is possible in Spain! For example, we were lucky enough to arrive a bit late at Espacio Eslava and just barely managed to get a seat, because normally the place is always full and for good reason. In fact, the tapas at Espacio Eslava are divine! Not only that, you can have a very nice indoor and outdoor seating. One of my favorite places to eat in Seville.


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Bar La Cantina

You often find the nicest eateries by chance. So is this super cute and spotty tapas bar Bar La Cantina. Hidden between the market halls and the little church “Real Parroquia de Omnium Sanctorum”.

Alcázar Andalusí Tapas

Affordable, a nice terrace and great food, what more could you want! Alcázar Andalusí Tapas definitely comes highly recommended. From Spanish croquettes, tortillas to albondigas, you can taste all of Seville’s traditional dishes here.

Mama Carmen

Mama Carmen may not have the nicest terrace in Seville, but it is the perfect stop after sightseeing the Metropolis. This restaurant is open almost all day and here too you can order delicious tapas at a fine price. I also found the Cazón en adobo (a kind of special fried fish from Seville) to be the most delicious here.

Mestizo sevilla

Fancy something other than tapas? Order a colorful taco or a tasty burger at Mestizo Sevilla. Or enjoy one of the delicious cocktails! During Happy Hour, the cocktails themselves are half price and, of course, we love that.

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Alameda de Hércules café

We ended our day almost everyday at Alameda de Hércules café. This little bar is a top spot for a nice drink.

1987 Bar

If you want to dance, but don’t feel like a giant club then 1987 bar is the place to be. The perfect place to improve your dance moves to Madonna and Wham.


Of course, after a night of dancing and a little too many drinks, you need to be all fresh and fruity the next day. So we decided to start the day with a healthy breakfast from COCOMO. Not the most cozy place, but great smoothies and fresh sandwiches.

Too many great places to eat and not enough time. We would liked to have tried more restaurants and bars but we had to go unfortunately. A few places to eat that are high on the bucket-list are:

  • El Viajero Sedentario: super fun coffee shop with a courtyard garden
  • Bar El Comercio: for churros cravings
  • La Champaneria de Feria: delicious tapas
  • Maravilla Social Club
  • La Paella Sevilla: because PAELLA
  • ATREVIDO: bar & grill
  • Café Entrelíneas: beers
  • Carbonería Parras: not a dining spot but a super special shop/art store
  • Catalina Casa de Comidas y Más: luxury dining

No sense saving all the hotspots! NO Worries! I’ll make it even easier for you with my Seville Food Guide Google Maps map. You can save them all and you have all the restaurants in your Maps. Easy right.

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