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The 10 Best Brunch Spots in Seville, Spain

The 10 Best Brunch Spots in Seville, Spain

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Updated: 25 November 2016
The Spanish city of Seville is widely known for its flamenco dancing and historic buildings, but also boasts wonderful bars and restaurants with a range of delicious dishes on offer. Here we have picked out the 10 best brunch spots for a late breakfast in Seville.

La Cacharreria

This little restaurant is perfect for brunch. Located in the Calle Regina area, among a number of boutiques, La Cacharreria sits just behind the Metropol Parasol; a popular spot for tourists. Customers can choose to eat inside or out on the terrace and there is a wide variety of food options to choose from, including juices, sandwiches and fruit salads. The open toasted sandwiches are a popular choice, with toppings ranging from cheese, tomato and hummus to guacamole.

Opening hours: Mon – Wed 8.30am – 9.30pm, Thurs 8.30am – 2am, Fri 8.30am – 3am, Sat 9am – 3am

Calle Regina, 14, Sevilla, Spain +34 954 21 21 66

Cress Sandwich | ©Pexels

Cress Sandwich | ©Pexels

El Tirabeque

This eatery is owned by brothers Lucia and Perico Contreras and provides quality food at excellent prices. El Tirabeque aims to provide an informal ambiance where customers can simply relax and enjoy their brunch. Service is friendly and Chef Daniel del Pozo cooks a number of wonderful dishes including ham croquette, fried hake and onion sauce sirloin. The bar also serves tapas, allowing customers to experience the true taste of Spain; and with reasonable prices this is a very popular choice. Group tastings also take place here for those who wish to do so.

Opening hours: Mon 7.30am – 5.30pm; Tues – Sun 7.30am – 12am

Calle Carlos de Cepeda, 5, Sevilla, Spain +34 955 22 52 55

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Bar El Comercio

Established in 1904, Bar El Comercio has become a popular spot for breakfast and brunch. Walking into this bar is like being transported back in time, very little has changed in over a century and the interior still displays decorative tiles and vintage display cabinets. Brunch is served alongside these cultural and historical artefacts, with dishes including tostadas, ensaladillas and churros. Perfect for customers who wish to experience traditional Spanish food with intimate service adding to the friendly atmosphere.

Opening hours: Mon – Sat 7.30am – 9pm; Sun closed

Calle Lineros, 9, Sevilla, Spain +34 954 22 82 56


Despite only opening in 2010, KÖK has become well-known for its breakfast menu. The restaurant consists of an open kitchen as well as a comfortable seating area with plenty of sofas and soft furnishings. The contemporary decor allows this restaurant to stand out, and workshops and tastings are also available, but these aren’t the only reasons to visit, as it is brunch that proves to be the main attraction. The menu boasts a number of brunch dishes, including huevos rancheros and pancakes, as well as freshly squeezed juices.

Opening hours: Brunch available Sundays and holidays 10am – 4pm

Calle San Luis, 46 Sevilla, Spain +34 609 23 25 98

Rafael Ruiz

Situated just outside of the city center, Rafael Ruiz specializes in tapas, making it the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Dishes include chicken in mushroom sauce, potato salad with shrimp, and sardines with tomato on toast. These are the perfect size and are enough to satisfy a healthy appetite throughout the day. The rustic style, with its wooden interior and tiled terracotta floors complements the traditional Spanish cuisine and there is a sidewalk terrace for those who wish to eat al fresco.

Opening hours: Mon – Sat 8am – 11.30pm; Sun closed

Amador de los rios 46, Seville, Spain +34 954 41 57 60

Tapas | © Elemaki/WikiCommons

Tapas | © Elemaki/WikiCommons

Er Tito

Found in the heart of the city, close to the Metropol Parasol is the small bar Er Tito. Although small and easy to overlook, this restaurant provides a variation of delicious dishes. With good prices and hospitable service, this is the perfect place for a quick spot of brunch. Tapas are also a specialty served here, with dishes including cheese and serrano ham, and puntillitas fritas. This authentic Spanish haunt is great for those who wish for either a light snack or something to sustain them throughout the day.

Opening hours: Mon 7am – 6pm; Tues – Sat 7am – 12am; Sun 12pm – 6pm

Calle José Gestoso, 11, 41003 Sevilla, Spain +34 618 09 60 33

Jamón serrano / Courtesy of El Jamón de Gran Vía

Jamón serrano / Courtesy of El Jamón de Gran Vía

La Taberna de Gongora

La Taberna de Gongora is in the centre of the city, close to the Catedral de Sevilla. This charming restaurant is situated in a building that dates back to the 17th century, providing plenty of character. Opened in 1939, La Taberna del Gongora has been passed down through three family generations and now specializes in tapas and other small dishes. The portion sizes and food options make this the perfect choice for those looking for a quick brunch. In regards to tapas, customers can choose to try either four or eight dishes. There are a number of food options offered, including assorted cold cuts, shrimp fritters and Iberian ham.

Opening hours: Mon – Fri 9.30am – 11.30pm; Sat & Sun 11am – 11.30pm

Calle Gral. Polavieja, 15, Sevilla, Spain +34 954 21 91 12

San Fernando

Situated within the five star Hotel Alfonso XIII, San Fernando is a tribute to the city’s patron saint, Saint Ferdinand, formally King Ferdinand III of Castile. Brunch here is definitely a lavish affair as customers are greeted with fine linens and can look out upon the hotel’s beautiful patio area, decorated with Corinthian marble columns and marble medallions. This menu presents traditional Spanish dishes served with a contemporary twist. Dishes include churros and Iberian ham. However, every Sunday, customers can enjoy brunch, which consists of over 100 choices of food and live piano music in the background – a sophisticated way to spend a Sunday morning.

Opening hours: brunch available Sunday 1pm – 4pm

San Fernando 2, Hotel Alfonso XIII, Seville, Spain +34 954 917 044

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Dulce Trazo

Dulce Trazo is a cozy, no frills cafe that offers a lovely brunch for those looking for simple comfort food. Despite the fact that this place specializes in home-baked cakes, they also serve a variety of foods for those seeking a tasty brunch. There are a range of home-made breads up for offer, along with a selection of hams and cheeses – very continental. Dulce Trazo also offers a selection of salads and sauces; a great choice for those looking for something light and refreshing.

Opening hours: Mon – Fri 8.30am – 9.30pm; Sat 9.30am – 10pm; Sun closed

Mendez Nunez, 7 Derecha, Seville, Spain +34 954 21 96 09

Cupcakes | ©Pixabay

Cupcakes | ©Pixabay

La Jarana

Despite serving a number of courses throughout the day, La Jarana also comes highly recommended for brunch. With reasonable prices, this restaurant is popular among locals and tourists alike. There are a range of dishes to choose from, including fruit salads, omelettes and more substantial fare such as fish or pork.

Opening hours: contact restaurant

Avenida de Kansas City, 92, Edf. Gran Via, Portal 10, Local 3, Sevilla, Spain +34 954 25 73 99

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By Orfhlaith Kearney