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Sitting in what has become "our" corner inside. Fancied something different to what we had been drinking ...Ordered 2 JDs on ice.....barman poured 2 what appeared to be quadruple measures on ice and sheepishly said 9 euros.....bargain!
Been sipping away with the pleasant light jazz...in the background...(was obscure rock yesterday..but good) and my JD still appears to be as full as when I ordered it. Perhaps im just bewitched by the atmosphere and vibe in this bar.....be back tomorrow.
We have just been back for the last time before we leave. Small, local, eat on a table on the street and watch the world go past. Choose your bread, they toast it. Orange juice squeezed in front of you. Coffee. Add the toppings you...want from the bar (olive oil, crushed tomato, oregano, garlic, nutella, jam..... ), add some extra toppings if you want (real ham, avocado, manchego). Just a little over £10 for the two of us. In the evening it turns into a lively bar. Incredibly helpful staff and just a wonderful experience, if you want a real Seville experience.More
Very nice place to have a drink or little snacks. The tables on the pavement are well placed, a bit way from "Feria", a very busy and nicely animated street. The staff here is friendly and as well in winter as in summer, the people...are great.More
Since it is always nice and warm in Sevilla you will enjoy your coffee and toast with tomato outside. You order through the window and when your order is ready you will hear. Good, simple system. Low prices. Go!!
We came here twice for breakfast during our stay in Sevilla. You choose your type of bread and can take whatever topping you like from the counter. But we paid a different amount although we had the exact same breakfast... (€5,60 the first time and...€7,60 the second morning) strange! But of course, they don't speak English that well so we couldn't ask for an explanation.More