Seville abounds with places to eat. But, if you want something other than tapas bars you have to look carefully. Tucked away in a small but beautiful square on Calle Rodriguez Caro in Santa Cruz district is La Cueva. I ate Salmorejo soup which was excellent, and then shared probably the best paella I've eaten in Spain. No room for a postre after that, so finished off with cafe cortado. Service was quick ( for Spain) and the bill for two for two courses plus coffee and a half bottle of Manzanilla sherry was a reasonable 70 euros. Not budget territory but good value for money given the high quality of the food. So, if you're fed up with tapas, give it a try. Recommended.