A typical Seville tavern located in the heart of the Santa Cruz district. The decoration stands out for maintaining the classic Andalusian aesthetics, with folkloric posters, bullfighting artifacts, and a gastronomic offer of tapas and stews that evoke the traditional Seville of the 19th century, the period in which Casa Plácido was founded. Its specialities are Iberian cured meats and local tapas such as pork cheeks, spinach with chickpeas, cod with tomato and the house meatballs. If you are a lover of Andalusian wines, Casa Plácido will open the door to the world of Sherry Wines, in its menu you will find a great selection of Manzanilla de Sanlúcar de Barrameda.
LocationCalle Mesón del Moro, 5, 41004 Seville, Spain
Tlf: 954 56 39 71
Web: http://www.casaplacido.es/ VIEW ON GOOGLE MAPS