Bache San Pedro can be found in a pleasant location at the back of Plaza Cristo de Burgos (the church of San Pedro is at the opposite end of the square), and is a cosy restaurant, with bar space and an additional couple of tables on a terrace outside. It’s a fairly typical example of a modern style Seville bar, with lots of wood and tile, and a partly open kitchen, with an elegant overall feel.
It’s the current project of well known Cádiz chef Alex Alcántara, who opened the original Bache in Madrid in 2015. The small menu (14 savoury dishes, 4 desserts) is a mix of Cádiz and Sevilla, with a few international touches, notably some oriental sauces. The food was good quality, but we thought the tapas we tried were somewhat overpriced for the quantity served. Mains looked more generous.
Bread/Service Charge: 1€ PER PERSON
Cristo de Burgos 23
Tel 954 502 934
Open 13.30 – 16.30 / 20.30 – midnight Tuesday – Sunday
13.30 – 17.00 Sunday
€ € € €
Food 7 | Wine 7 | Service 7 | Ambiance 7
croquetas de puchero
panko-breaded chicken with kimchee sauce
chicharrón de Cádiz kebab with payoyo cheese and achiote sauce
solomillo “al wisconsin” with seasonal mushroom