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Lots of locals coming from church. I’m glad we reserved a table because it was quite crowded. There is no menu it helps if you speak Spanish but Jesus our waiter did a great job of bringing us everything that was excellent . I recommend...More
Fun, authentic place, full of character - the scores of photographs on the wall - and good service. Jesus looked after us well: asked for menu he replied he was the menu and proceeded to bring us a series of delicious dishes, from goats cheese...More
We opted to sit in the dining room and were
not disappointed. Our waiter was excellent, efficient, kind. He brought us a series of delicious tapas which went well with our Ribera wine. A lovely evening in a unique tapas restaurant.
Recommended to us via the Devour tours leaflet given to us after our first day tour. We found our way to this “traditional Taps bar”. In a back street, not well lit we arrived at 9pm - quite early. We got a seat but within...More
This place was recommended to us after having done a food tour around Seville. It was really great! We had the Croquettes, Beef, Aubergine, chicken and fish. All dishes were remarkable except for the fish which we would give a miss next time. The fried...More
From time to time you are lucky enough to find a place that is not another place. Casa Ricardo is one of the specials that make you feel that you’re really special.
They prepare the very best “croquetas” that you will find in the whole...More
This is a must for locals and tourists alike. A cool and casual atmosphere, with walls adorned with photos showcasing their commitment to history and family. The staff was incredibly friendly. Trust the House specials. Will not disappoint.
A friend of ours recommended this place for its croquettes while waiting to get in the adjoining Eslava restaurant.
We were not disappointed and thoroughly enjoyed them. Probably one of the best we had in Spain.
We had one of our best meals here - endless courses of food and wine for 4 people came to just over 60 Euros. Our waiter Jesús offered to bring us some recommendations and we agreed because we like surprises. each course was superb starting...More