My second visit and how I looked forward to it! We started in Pepito's Bar aka the sherry bodega and it was busy but the brilliant Ecuadorian Guinea waitress wedged us at the back and brought our sherries over. Busy yes but any good tapas bar in Sevilla would be on a Thursday evening! Tapas on tap but we went across the courtyard to the restaurant and met up with the Lisbon waiter from last time. Keeping hold of good staff, excellent. We chose an Alaia wine £26, and 4 tapas each: padron peppers, croquettes, chickpea stew, crab dip, chorizo, morcilla and wonderful black rice. There are steaks for non-lovers of tapas. I didn't enjoy my Crema Catalana, so wasn't charged for it. I'll go back
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