We are normally wary of restaurants close to major tourist attractions but this was a very pleasant stop despite being around the corner from the Giraldo & Cathedral.
It's difficult to get pasta in Seville and my wife was craving it. They served an excellent Spaghetti Carbonara, chock full of bacon and with a thickly creamy sauce.
I had the Imperial Scrambled Eggs: bacon, croutons, green beans, mushr
ooms and king prawns. Absolutely delicious.
The restaurant has claims to be the oldest in Spain which you can make what you will of, but it certainly has a lovely art nouveau feel. Good service and reasonably priced.
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