Disappointed on the food. Do not sit if you want tapas. I thought the food was mediocre for Seville standards.
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Went here because of its history - dates from around 1670. Expected a tourist place because its so popular but no. The restaurant/ bar has not compromised its authenticity so you experience the real deal. Only about 4 seated tables but old table-topped sherry barrels...More
We chose this place for a birthday dinner for one of our group of six on the recommendation of an acquaintance back home who'd been there. Our hotel made the dinner booking but when we arrived at the upstairs dining area we were met with...More
We walked in to cool off after trying to see a church but ran into Siesta time. Do note in Spain many places still observe siesta and the area become dead quiet. Server still write order on the wooden counter. Only the restaurant side has...More
Returning after seven years, we sat for lunch as we were so hot from walking around. Sitting means no tapas menu, and instead the full restaurant list. There is an upstairs dining room mainly used at night and some tables at the back of the...More
It's a beautiful old bar with a lot of charm and character but that's about it. The food isn't great. Go in, grab a drink, take in the sights and head somewhere else for dinner.
We read lots of comments on this place. Some of those told about a trick that the owners do to let you pay more... You enter, nobody welcomes you. The place is full and only after some minutes they look at you. You say: "we...More
The first tapas bar we visited in Spain was this gem - they allege to be the oldest in Spain. You certainly do feel a sense of history walking in the door, looking at the barrels of sherry, and eagerly anticipating the food as you...More
Oldest tapas bar in Seville, looks good, worth going for a drink, but rude staff. We had a meal there worked out the most expensive and poorest meal we had whilst in Seville, go for a bit of atmosphere and Basil fawlty like staff but...More