The best bars for tapas in Seville
When we feel in the mood for tapas what better place to enjoy this noble art than in Seville. In the centre of the city you will find streets full of bars and taverns to taste and get to know this classic Spanish tradition. Order a drink and join us on our visit to the best tapas bars in Seville.
One of the ‘classics’ in **Seville **despite not being located in the centre. The walls of the bar are completely covered with newspaper clippings offering warmth and comfort to those that come in to taste the tapas on offer. The average price is three euros with specialities such as ‘Las Carrilleras al Vino’ (beef cheek in wine) or ‘Ajo Blanco con Sepia’ (Garlic Soup with cuttlefish).
Bar Casa Moreno
If you enjoy a traditional bar, then you must make a visit to Bar Casa Moreno which is without a doubt the best tapas bar in Seville. The bar is separated into two, a grocery store and the tapas bar area. Take a visit and enjoy this wonderful place to enjoy the delights of Seville with a noticeable feel of bullfighting so popular here.
Taberna Las Coloniales
The Taberna Las Coloniales offers what everyone is looking for ‘bueno, bonito, barato’ meaning delicious, charming & cheap! It is known as being one of the most reasonably priced tapas bar in all of Seville. It is one of those places that after having 3 or 4 tapas you are full up! It offers very generous tapas plates which are virtually a full meal. Our favourite? ‘Jamón con huevo de codorniz’ or ham with quails eggs.
History & tradition are trademarks for Los Claveles, a well-known bar where the best place to enjoy your cold beer is stood up at the bar. Although it is generally full, the friendly and experienced waiters will somehow like magic manage to find you a space. Their ‘montadito completo’ has made them famous for being the best in Seville.
Bodega Dos de Mayo
The Bodega Dos de Mayo has an unbeatable location; the Plaza de la Gavidia right in the heart of the ‘tapas’ district. Dozens of tourists and locals come to this bar every day to enjoy traditional Andalusian cuisine and to taste some of the exquisite delicacies on offer such as ‘bastoncillos de hígado aliñados’ (spiced liver). Highly recommended – you won’t be disappointed.