Updated April 2013
Tucked away just behind the main post office, this is a wonderful neighbourhood bar for fabulous fish and seafood dishes. It’s also just around the corner from Sevilla’s most expensive seafood restaurant, La Isla, but frankly you’ll eat just as well here for much less, and you’ll also get much friendlier service.
The house speciality is sopa de galera, not for the squeamish (actually quite tasty but I find galeras kinda creepy). Other favourite dishes are the swordfish in manzanilla sauce, grilled sea bass with pear alioli, garlicky coquinas… there are also daily specials, including such rare treats as percebes (goose barnacle) in season. For those who prefer “turf” try the tender stewed pork cheeks or grilled beef. Tapas are served at the bar, raciones (larger plates) at the tables.
Tel. 95 422 36 42
Open: 13.00 – 16.30 / 20.30 – midnight
€ € €