Don't miss this modern little tapas restaurant! Our daughter found it on a blog and it truly was one of our best tapas experiences during our stay in Seville. She called to get a reservation but they told her to come at 8:30 when they opened. We're glad we did! By 8:45 all tables were taken and by 9:30 there were many people waiting and I'm sure it stayed that way all night. Not all of the staff speaks English but they do have an English menu for those who need it and the waiter did speak English. The decor is simple modern and works well for their location. The tapas was well presented, and truly delicious. The price was extremely reasonable 3.50 to 4 euros per plate and the wine list was well priced too. Three of us shared 6 plates including a dessert that is traditional for Semana Santa, and a bottle of wine for $35 euros, and we could not have eaten any more.
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