Situated in the historic barrio (neighborhood) of Santa Cruz, El Rinconcillo is Seville’s oldest taberna. Its decor hasn’t changed much since the doors opened in 1670, with traditional tiled walls and a wooden bar where your bill is written on a chalkboard under hanging legs of cured jamon (ham). Even the waiters make you feel like you have stepped back in time, as they are attired in old-fashioned black-and-white uniforms. Rinconcillo’s tapas are Andalusia on a plate and the menu centres around stewed meats. Be sure to try the carrillada (braised pork cheek) and the fried fish and accompany your snack with a vermouth, the sweet house tipple.