Seville’s cuisine is a natural reflection of the complexity and sophistication of its rich historical legacy. In its cuisine, the city has brought together the traditions of all the peoples who have settled here: Romans, Jews, Muslims, Christians, etc. It is a heritage to which is added the wealth of agricultural and livestock production in the province, its status as an inland city but with a historic river port and a close relationship with the nearby coastline.


The province of Seville boasts a marvellous gastronomic heritage, currently well represented by an important agri-food industry, which exports all over the world. A production that is committed to the highest quality and innovation in its procedures, but also to the care of our products and nature.


On this route, we propose a tour of several of the establishments in the city that take the best care in selecting their products, focusing on 0 km or local raw materials, which usually always have on their menus good examples of what is produced in our province and in the fish markets of Huelva and Cadiz, very important to understand our cuisine.


We add a gastronomic workshop that offers an exclusive experience for small groups and also works with the same philosophy.


In case you want to take back in your suitcase some representative product of our province, we recommend two establishments with a wide range of them, which also offer nice terraces where you can taste them.


Finally, we advise you on where to buy one of the most representative examples of our gastronomy: convent pastries; where to have breakfast with the classic products that we Sevillians usually eat and also where to enjoy a traditional fried fish (pescaíto frito).



Wine: The cultivation of vines and the production of good wines are found throughout Seville. Specifically, there are three main wine-growing regions in the province of Seville: Aljarafe, Sierra Norte and Guadalquivir-Doñana. It also has an enormous tradition in the production of eau-de-vie and liqueurs.


Olive oil : The olive tree, olive oil and olives are closely linked to the history and culture of Seville and its province, and form part of the material and symbolic heritage handed down from generation to generation since ancient times. Nowadays, there is a very important production of extra virgin olive oil, a raw material admired all over the world. Equally important are the olives.  The classic Sevillian table always welcomes the visitor with this delicacy in its many forms: split, crushed or striped, whole, stuffed with anchovies or peppers, etc. They may be gordales, manzanillas, verdiales or other varieties and may be green, black or purple, etc.


Rice: Today Seville accounts for around 66% of Europe’s supply of the long-grain rice market. This cereal is grown in the surroundings of the Doñana Natural Park, with all its wealth of flora and fauna.


Ibérico: The region of the Sierra Norte de Sevilla is the ideal environment for the breeding of the Iberian pig, as well as for the production and curing of hams and other products derived from it, all of the highest quality.


Mantecados and polvorones from Estepa: products with the Protected Geographical Indication seal. Originating in the 16th century, they are the quintessential sweets of our Christmas.


Oranges: The bitter orange, which you can find in the city in its millions, and which gives its sweet smell in spring thanks to the orange blossom, is also used in both local and international cuisine. The love of the English for Seville orange marmalade is well known. Equally important is the production of sweet oranges, being one of the main producers in Spain. Almost 800,000 thousand tonnes of oranges, mandarins and lemons a year. But, above all, our best advice is to enjoy the atmosphere, eating in these places is a great way to get to know better our culture and our way of life.


Important: Please check the opening hours and days of the establishments prior to your visit, as they are undergoing many alterations due to the current health situation. 

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  • Address: Plaza de San Sebastián, 1. Sevilla
  • Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 13:00 to 16:00 and from 20:00 to 24:00. Sunday only midday service.
  • GPS: 37.381343, -5.985511
  • Phone: +34 955 547 127
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  • Languages: Spanish and English
  • Description: ISPAL is the primitive name of the city of Seville, which dates back to the end of the 8th century BC and meant “flat land”. This restaurant offers you a gastronomic journey through the villages of the province of Seville through their flavours. They have taken care of compiling classic recipes and updating them; they also carry out an intense search and collaboration work with local producers, trying to bring to your table specialities from all over the province of Seville. They hold several Km0 and slowfood certifications.
  • Resident’s tip: The “Getting to know Seville” menu is a great way to introduce you to our products and gastronomy.
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Bar - Restaurante La Azotea

  • Address: Calle Conde de Barajas, 17-5, 41002. Sevilla
  • Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 13:30h to 16:30h – 20:00h to 00:00h
  • GPS: 37.39662, -5.99522
  • Phone: +34 955 116 748
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  • Languages: Spanish, English and French.
  • Description: One of the most popular restaurants in Seville. They work with excellent products, the basis of an honest cuisine based on classic recipes. Some dishes on their menu are great must-tries such as the saquitos, croquettes and hake.
  • Resident’s tip: Very busy. Reservations are advisable. Attached to the restaurant is a small cocktail bar where you can end your after-dinner drink in a special way.
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  • Address: Calle Cuesta del Rosario 15. Sevilla.
  • Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday from 13:00 to 16:30 and from 21:00 to 23:30. Sundays from 13:00 to 16:30. Mondays closed for rest.
  • GPS: 37.38999, -5.99143
  • Phone: +34 854 807 424
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  • Languages: Spanish and English.
  • Description: Product, product and product. Tradevo is TRAdición + EVOlution. This is how chef Gonzalo Jurado calls his cuisine. They strive to have the best raw materials, seasonal, organic, KM. 0, or, if it is far away, with the best suppliers, who stand out for their commitment and quality.
  • Resident’s tip: Their fried fish and vegetable cartridges are a delight. They work with organic flour and the best quality olive oil.
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  • Address: Calle Eslava,3. Sevilla
  • Opening hours: From 12:30 to 17:00 and from 19:30 to 00:00.
  • GPS: 37.397489, -5.996939
  • Phone: +34 620 047 462
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  • Languages: Spanish and English.
  • Description: For over 25 years this establishment in the San Lorenzo neighbourhood has been a benchmark for tapas and quality raw materials. Its cuisine is a perfect balance between tradition and the avant-garde and bases much of its menu on what the seasonal market has to offer.
  • Residen’s tip: Its bar is one of the busiest in Seville, if possible book a table, and don’t miss its: Egg, boletus sponge cake and caramelised wine and the Cigar for Bécquer.
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Flores Gourmet

  • Address: Calle San Pablo Nº 24. Sevilla.
  • Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 9:00 to 17:00 and from 20:00 to 0:30. Closed on Sundays.
  • GPS: 37.389530, -5.999570
  • Phone: +34 954 216 160
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  • Languages: Spanish and English
  • Description: The shop offers a large selection of Iberian hams – its great speciality -, cheeses, canned food from the land and sea, sweets, extra virgin olive oils and vinegars, caviar, foie gras, cold meats, cured meats, sliced and boned meats, and a display of over 500 wines and distillates that can be enjoyed at the tables.  Here you will find many products from the province of Seville to take away as souvenirs.
  • Resident’s tip: As well as shopping, you can enjoy many of its products for sale in its restaurant. Let them advise you on the choice of wines.
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Espacio T- Taller gastronómico

  • Address: Calle Boteros, 4. Sevilla
  • Opening hours: Check on the website.
  • GPS: 37.390824, -5.990801
  • Phone: +34 666 863 451
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  • Languages: Spanish and English.
  • Description: Private space where different types of experiences are developed around gastronomy and the world of wine. Organic, Km0 products are the basis of its cuisine.
  • Resident’s tip: Check their website to see their calendar of activities in advance. Every Friday, they have the “chef’s table”: 1 single table, 16 guests, 1 tasting menu of 5 dishes specially prepared for that night by one of the collaborating chefs.
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Monasterio de Santa Paula

  • Address: Calle Sta. Paula, 11. Sevilla.
  • Opening hours: The turn is open every day from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm. In the afternoons, please call in advance.
  • GPS: 37.396274, -5.985783
  • Phone: +34 954 540 022
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  • Languages: Spanish.
  • Description: Founded in the 15th century, this convent of Hieronymite nuns is one of the most beautiful in the city and treasures valuable works of art. But if it is famous, fundamentally, in the city, it is for the elaboration of its jams, quinces, “tocinos de cielo”, nougat, jellies, alfajores, etc. Our city still treasures a wide range of cloistered convents that, under the maxim of ora et labora, offer us these highly appreciated sweets, natural, with local raw materials, handmade and according to recipes with several centuries of history. We recommend you try the Seville bitter orange marmalade, known throughout the English-speaking world as a delicacy.
  • Resident’s tip: As well as enjoying its sweets, visitors have the chance to enter the convent’s museum space. It is advisable to check the opening hours before.

Corte Inglés Gourmet Experience

  • Address: Plaza Duque de la Victoria 8. Sevilla
  • Opening hours: Open every day from 10:00h to 02:00h. Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10:00h to 03:00h.
  • GPS: 37.36983, -5.98468
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  • Languages: Spanish and English.
  • Description: A gastronomic multi-space dedicated to lovers of good food that combines tasting with the sale of gourmet products and an extensive international wine cellar. In its supermarket area you can buy many products from Seville and Andalusia: oils, canned meat, hams and sausages, wines, sweets, etc. It also has restaurant areas with classics of the city: proposals from the best restaurateurs in the city: Manolo Leon, Manu Jara, Barajas 20, Puerto de Cuba, etc.
  • Resident’s tip: Look for a spot on its panoramic terrace.
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  • Address: Calle Lopez de Gomara, 19. Sevilla
  • Opening times: Monday to Saturday: 13:00 to 16:00 and 20:30 to 23:45
  • GPS: 37.379504, -6.008125
  • Phone: +34 954 339 476
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  • Languages: Spanish.
  • Description: Open since 1967 in the Triana district is one of the great classics representative of the restaurants in the city that focus their offer on the products of the nearby coast. Quality fish and seafood, bought from the fish markets is its main attraction.
  • Resident’s tip: It has a tapas bar. In addition to seafood, its Iberian ham and its millefeuille with cream are other classics.
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Freiduría Puerta la Carne

  • Address: Calle Puerta de la Carne, 2. Sevilla.
  • Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 13:00 to 17:00 and from 20:00 to 24:00.
  • GPS: 37.385759, -5.986762
  • Phone: +34 955 411 159
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  • Language: Spanish.
  • Description: “It was 1928, the Seville of that time was working hard to open its Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929, which brought people from all over the world. At that time, a Sevillian family was raising the shutters for the first time on a fishmonger’s shop in the emblematic Puerta de la Carne neighbourhood. Meanwhile, in the fishmonger’s shop, the leftover fish was fried in the afternoons to be sold by weight wrapped in paper, becoming the first “take away” in history. It was such a success that it became part of everyday life in Seville. “This establishment is a great classic of pescaíto frito (fried fish) in Seville. A beautiful decoration and a privileged setting, next to the Jardines de Murillo, serve as a backdrop to taste one of the classics of our gastronomy.
  • Resident’s tip: Its specialities are adobo, fried prawns and cuttlefish.
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Bar El Comercio

  • Address: Calle Lineros, 9, Sevilla.
  • Opening hours: Open every day from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm. Closed on Sundays
  • GPS: 37.390781, -5.992513
  • Phone: +34 670 829 053
  • Access:   Accessibility
  • Languages: Spanish.
  • Description: Run since 1904 by the same family, this classic breakfast meeting point for locals and tourists alike, is considered to be the place with the best churros in the city. Also highly appreciated are all their toasts, served in the typical mollete de Alcalá de Guadaíra.
  • Resident’s tip: In addition to their breakfasts, try their montaítos, such as the mantecaíto, of sirloin steak in whisky.