This picturesque restaurant was founded in Seville in the 1970s as a novel proposal due to its well-kept aesthetics. It consists of two floors and a small terrace and boasts the same style as it’s always been, its tapas are identical to those of 40 years ago and the walls are still full of pictures and images of bullfighting, Seville and the confraternity guilds. It still maintains its original essence, so much so that it doesn’t have a menu, the waiters sing it in full when the customer asks. You can’t miss its famous Russian salad and Sanlúcar de Barrameda brazo accompanied by a glass of Manzanilla.
LocationCalle Canalejas, 3, 41001 Seville, Spain
Tlf: 954 22 72 52
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