The Paella Spots in Seville that Locals Love

Figuring out where to eat in Seville with kids can be tricky, but one thing that's sure to be a hit is Spanish rice!

This blog post was originally posted on March 1, 2018, and was updated on October 14, 2022.  If there’s one food many visitors to Spain immediately seek out, it’s paella. However, the iconic rice-based dish isn’t as common throughout the peninsula as many tourists seem to think. In fact, it’s more of a regional specialty […]

44 Small Businesses in Seville You Can Support Right Now

Carlos, owner of the oldest bar in Seville, El Rinconcillo

The heart and soul of Seville lies in its small businesses. It’s in the bustling tapas bars (around 3,000 of them, last we checked) where locals sip sherry and share lively conversation. It’s in the colorful market stalls where the vendors greet you with a smile and, once you go often enough, develop a sixth […]

Torrijas Recipe (Spanish “French Toast”)

Some of the best torrijas in Seville can only be enjoyed during Semana Santa. Plan accordingly!

If you come to Seville at Easter, you’ll see bars throughout the city advertising “torrijas.” These are a Semana Santa sensation, and locals won’t rest until they have their daily fix. Broadly speaking, you could call torrijas the Spanish version of French toast. But it’s so much more than that. What are torrijas? Some myths, […]

Where to Find the Tastiest Cheap Eats in Seville

Tuna tartare

So you’re in Seville, you love good food, but you’re on a budget. Well, you just may be in your ideal travel destination. You don’t have to look too hard to find cheap eats here in Seville. It’s a relatively economical place to dine out, and the tapas culture lends itself to sharing bites with […]

6 Seville Restaurants that Are Open on Most Public Holidays

Iberian pork steak at Vinería San Telmo in Madrid

It’s often said that most Spaniards don’t live to work; they work to live. And for most, a good life usually means delicious food, great company, and plenty of free time to enjoy both. This year, Andalusia and every other region in Spain will be observing a total of 12 festivos, or holidays—more than most […]

A Love Letter to Breakfast in Seville

A typical breakfast in Seville: toast with ham and tomato with a coffee

Andalusians are definitely onto something with the practice (dare I say, tradition?) of a near-daily breakfast out at a local bar or café.  Coming from an American frame of mind, where breakfast is not typically lingered over unless it’s a weekend brunch, the concept of taking the time to have breakfast out any day of […]

The Lowdown on Lunch in Seville

Grilled pork sirloin tapas in Seville

In a city with another bar around every corner, how will you ever decide where to have lunch in Seville?  From charming traditional bars with handwritten menus hung up behind the counter to chic, modern establishments with a flair for interior design, your options for lunch in Seville are limitless. To help narrow down your […]

Where to Eat in Seville on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

Figuring out where to eat in Seville on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day can be a challenge. Luckily, there are plenty of great options—like Becerrita—if you know where to look.

They say it’s the most wonderful time of the year, and in a city as magical as Seville, the popular refrain takes on more truth than ever. We here at Devour Seville are all about good food and unforgettable meals. With that said, it should come as no surprise that our favorite part of the […]

Time to Celebrate: Best Restaurants for Groups in Seville

One of our favorite restaurants for groups in Seville, Salvaje, comes from the masterminds behind local favorite Sal Gorda.

Here in Seville, we’re all about getting together with the people who matter most and using any occasion as a reason to celebrate. More often than not, however, that calls for a larger space than most restaurants or bars have readily available. No worries, though—there are plenty of excellent restaurants for groups in Seville that […]

Classic Tapas: Where to Find the Best Spinach and Garbanzos in Seville

If you're looking for the best spinach and chickpeas in Seville and you find yourself in Triana, head straight to La Antigua Abacería!

Devour centuries of history in one simple, delicious dish! Spinach and garbanzos, or espinacas con garbanzos in Spanish, has been a staple on the Iberian peninsula ever since the distant Moorish days. The simple dish, flavored with garlic, paprika and cumin, stuck around even after the Christian reconquest and became a popular meal among medieval Catholics during […]

Eating Gluten Free in Seville: The Ultimate Guide

Not sure where to eat in Seville with kids? Anywhere serving tortilla de patatas is sure to be a hit!

This blog post was originally posted on May 27, 2015, and was updated on July 31, 2018. We might be in the land of ‘tostada,’ but eating gluten free in Seville doesn’t have to be difficult! When people think of Spanish food, they’re often reminded of bread and flour—especially in Seville, a city known for its wonderful […]

5 Andalusian Sherry Wines to Order in Seville

Amontillado sherry is easily one of our favorite wines to order in Seville!

While the province of Seville itself isn’t home to any major wine regions, that doesn’t mean that locals don’t know how to enjoy their vino! In fact, sevillanos are particularly partial to one specific type of wine: sherry! We know what you’re thinking: “Isn’t that what my grandma drinks?” Well, not anymore. Here in southern Spain, and […]

Where To Eat In Seville: Triana Neighborhood

If you're visiting Seville in May, take advantage of the lovely weather to enjoy a boat ride along the river.

This blog post was originally posted on December 11, 2015, and was updated on June 4, 2018. Unsure where to eat in Seville? With incredible markets and amazing restaurants, eating in the Triana neighborhood is a must when you’re in Seville. Traditionally separate from the city of Seville, the strong flamenco tradition, beautiful ceramics and complex history […]

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