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Do not go here. First time I have ever not been able to find a single good thing about a restaurant. This place does NOT deserve its reputation. Food was poorly cooked (both of our party had undercooked fish). Seated and took 35 minutes to...More
As a native Spaniard I'm telling you this place ain't good. The quality of the food is average at best. The prices are ok but the service is slow and bad. Cramped area and bad smells. The bread was hard and it comes mixed with...More
We went to this bar because it is the oldest one in Sevilla. The staff were attentive, but the place was not clean. I like rustic and worn,but this was just too much. I was afraid to eat any of the food, but the Tinto...More
This restaurant was recommended by an old shop owner that told us that this was not a tourst-trap but a genuine sevillan restaurant.
OK, nice restaurant, typical maybe, but the service was not that nice and kind we experienced at the Vigneria San Telmo. Even...More
We absolutely loved it! It was a little intimidating at first but waited just a few minutes for a standing spot at the bar to open up. The place is super old, i think like 1600s. We had most of the tapas on the menu,...More
Seen this little bar in Seville recommended in just about every guide book printed. It looks charming in Seviilan sort of way, but there is plenty of bars tiled blue around the town looking just as appealing. Got there very hungry and left little less...More
I am a study abroad student for the states and was told by my spainish friends that this tapas bar was a must see! I definately much agree with them it was unlike any other i´ve been to. If you are in the mood for...More