Firmly established on the Andalusian capital’s café scene is trendy La Cacharreria, located up the street from a giant wooden monument known as Las Setas (The Mushrooms, after its distinctive wavy shape). The café’s decor features exposed brickwork and colourfully chalked menus, making it more reminiscent of Shoreditch or Soho than traditional Seville. There’s a good selection of coffees, teas, juices and sweets, with the carrot cake singled out for praise. The interior is small, and there are usually just a couple of tables outside for people-watching. Bear in mind that cards aren’t accepted.