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We went and saw everyone was having the seasnails so we ordered some too. We werent a huge fan but managed to finish most of them. This place is cheap and fun. The barkeep was very friendly and encouraged us heartily. For a legit experience...I can recommend this place. Booze here is super cheap.More
On a tapa tour like most people late on a warm evening. Stumbled upon Diego and went in. This is old school to the max. Looks like it's straight out of 1956, except a modern telly in the corner. An old bloke behind the counter...dished up a huge copa of tasty white wine and a gratis little dish of olives that are sitting in a huge bowl on the counter. Spaniards really do the hospitality thing well. Wouldn't get that back home. Anyway delicious dry white, he asked if we wanted semi or dry white. Now the big plus here is that the glass only cost 1.5 euros. No matter how you work the exchange rate, that is ridiculously cheap. I could get drunk for what it would cost me for one nice glass back in Australia, admittedly this place is old school and a bit scabby but that is exactly what makes it an interesting place to stop off at. Just really down to earth in a way that makes you feel nostalgia for some long past era. I see that other reviews have the same feeling.More
This restaurant is a jewel. If you want to mix with the locals this is it. Very laid back. Order from the bar and pick up from the bar. The owner keeps your tab on the bar in chalk! We had their lunch specials and...we were not disappointed. The menu is in Spanish. We mis- interpreted and thought we were getting chicken wings but instead got chicken livers,but thank goodness we both like livers! The beer on tap was ice cold and delicious. We enjoyed watching the people in this bar as well. Great experience.More
We were wandering on the west side of the river and got off the beaten path, but only by a block or 2 and came upon Casa Diego. Sat outside. Seemed like a lot of locals with a couple dogs. My husband and I had...a total of 5 tapas and a glass of wine each for 15 euro total! Really enjoyed the chicken kabobs, steak with whiskey sauce and of course wonderful olives!!
Very gracious owners!!!!
Actually tried to go the next night, but they were closed.More
We stumbled across this family run place when we walked over the bridge from Seville to Triana.
It has a rustic feel, which we love, and the Spanish speaking staff were great. We liked the atmosphere of this place.
It was always busy when we...went but we managed to get a table each time.
I think lots of locals eat here, many where eating tiny snails by the boat load.
We had a glass of red wine for 1 euro each and decided to order a couple of tapas.
The tapas are ok, not the greatest but the drinks are so cheap it would feel rude not to order tapas, they are only a couple of euro anyway.
The first time we went, we asked for the bill at the end and after sat waiting for about 15 minutes decided to go to the bar to pay. The bar man just chalked on the bar how much we owed. Brilliant! We laughed about it afterwards.
This became our favourite place to go in Triana and returned several times during our stay as the wine was so good.
We will be returning to Seville in September and will be heading over the Isabel Bridge to Casa Diego.More
We ate here the first night we arrived having been put off by the noise and packed out restaurant La Bodega which had been recommended to us. We had some good dishes, quite large for tapas and some lovely wine and it was really fresh,...tasty and oh so cheap. I think our total bill was about 24 Euros and we had had several glasses of wine. We had prawns, meatballs, and squid and couldn't believe how cheap it was. We returned a few days later just for a drink as their red wine was so good and met the owner and had a real laugh with him.More
This little cafe was recommended to me by the owner of a B&B nearby, where I was staying for the duration of my holiday. She said the place was not posh, the food was cheap, nice and fresh and indeed it was but I found...the prices no cheaper than other tapas bars. The food however was piping hot and fresh. I speak a little Spanish so I could get by but be aware, this is where the locals go and not a word of English is spoken. 8 euros for three tapas and a glass of wine. Very nice local hangout.More
Date of visit: June 2014
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