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Seville's Best Ethnic Restaurants
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Seville's Best Ethnic Restaurants

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Updated: 9 February 2017
When you’re tired of tapas, try out another type of delicious cuisine. Although it is inevitable that the Spanish hints and ingredients will make their way into various dishes, here are some of Seville’s best ethnic restaurants, all authentic in their culinary fields, sure to guarantee many a sweet (and savory) escape.

Milonga’s Restaurante Argentino

A diamond in the rough (as some may be confused by its exterior) Milonga’s magic all sits behind its front doors. This Argentinian restaurant has three locations throughout the city, two in Santa Justa and Nervión and a third named Milonguita’s in Seville’s city center. This restaurant houses spectacular steaks and burgers that are as tasty, juicy and well cooked as you can possibly imagine. Other highlights include the argentine empanadas and sweetbreads, all of which would be nothing if not followed by the chocolate molten lava cake with mandarin ice cream. Enjoy any of the delicious meats with a bottle of Spanish or Argentinian wine for a romantic and delightful evening.

Milonga’s Restaurante Argentino, Calle Tomás de Ibarra, 2, 41001 Seville, Spain +34 954210954

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Nazca

The unique and exotic Peruvian-Japanese fusion cuisine of Nazca is surprising to some, but absolutely incredible to all who have the pleasure of experiencing its culinary genius. With an eclectic menu of dishes that blend these two culinary traditions, the world class ceviche is always an absolute favorite, especially the tiger milk ceviche, as well as the maki encevichado (salmon maki with ceviche). Enjoy a Pisco sour, the quintessential Peruvian cocktail, and end the night with an outstanding chocolate mousse or sorbet with guanabana. Although Nazca lies just outside of the city center, its food and rustic chic atmosphere ensure that it is well worth the walk.

Nazca, Calle Baños 32, 41002 Seville, Spain, +34 955226728

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Amor a la Mexicana

Amor a la Mexicana offers gastronomic Mexican food honoring the original, authentic and fundamental recipes, ingredients and flavors that represent Mexican food stereotypes, presenting dishes that reflect a true love for Mexican food and culture. Make sure to order the combo plate to get a taste of all the wonders of flavor they have to offer, and top your meal off with a chocolate volcano or chocolate tequila mousse. The music and suave ambiance will transport you right to the heart of Mexico.

Amor a la Mexicana, Calle López de Arenas 2, 41001 Seville, Spain, +34 606-596-798

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Al Medina

Al Medina is a restaurant founded in Seville in 1998 whose food originally reflected traditional Spanish cuisine, but in response to a demand for alternative eats, has since evolved its menu to what it was always meant to be — an exquisite representation of and immersion into Moroccan food, culture, and history. A perfect combination of sweet and savory, this simple, cozy and elegant restaurant demonstrates the important idea that eating is more than just satisfying hunger, as it provides its guests with delicious and varying treats for the senses. Try the lamb tagine with dates, almonds and honey and the couscous with chicken and caramelized onions paired with any of their fabulous and well priced Moroccan red wines, all before drinking refreshing mint teas.

Al Medina, Calle San Roque, 13, 41001 Seville, Spain, +34 954215451

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Il Vesuvio

If you’re looking for excellent Italian food and service, visit Il Vesuvio, which is tucked away in the cobblestone streets near Seville’s city center. The chef and owner is an Italian man from Naples with a limitless passion for the food of his region, so the quality and authenticity is an absolute guarantee. Allow his dishes to take your breath away, with fresh pastas from the salmon farfalle and tomato basil gnocchi to the seafood pasta, as well as a variety of artisanal pizzas. The ‘Lady and the Tramp’ atmosphere may let you get carried away with the all of your food, but be sure to save room for some tiramisu, known to many as Seville’s finest.

Il Vesuvio, Calle Tetuán 15, 41001 Seville, Spain +34 954217783

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Fargo

A culinary tradition that is gradually spreading to big cities all over the world is that of the fresh, local and organic menu with a farm-to-table movement. Fargo is the perfect break from the rich and heavy foods of Spain and many other cuisines, as its menu serves a unique and inventive variety of light dishes served with a gourmet aesthetic. This restaurant is a tucked away in the heart of the Alfalfa neighborhood, with a hard to miss light sky blue painted exterior. Must try dishes on the menu include the home made veggie burger, black risotto and pumpkin raisin croquettes, as well as the mousse with hazelnut ice cream for dessert.

Fargo, Calle Peréz Galdós 20, 41004 Seville, Spain +34 955276552