Casa Manolo Leon
This beautiful restaurantcan be found within an Andalusian manor dating back to the 1900s, and customers adore its terrace so much that it has managed to win the vote for the top terrace award of Seville. The Mediterranean scene sets a romantic tone that evokes the very essence of Andalusia and its relaxing lifestyle. The interior is elegantly styled and sophisticated, creating an intimate and personalized ambiance. Casa Manolo Leon is known for its traditional stews, but one of the standouts is the lamb cooked at low temperature with apple cream and potatoes stuffed with truffles. Delicious!
Address: Casa Manolo Leon, Calle Guadalquivir, 12, 41002, Sevilla, Spain, +34 954 37 37 35
El Aguador Nervion
El Aguador in the Nervion neighborhood features two distinct dining options – a tiny but quaint bar serving a variety of classic Spanish tapas and a dining room where patrons can enjoy a full meal, appetizers and desserts. Located minutes away from the famous soccer stadium, El Aguador is a popular spot for those looking for a budget friendly feast before or after a game. The crowd here gathers for a true taste of Spanish cuisine that mixes traditional recipes with modern creations. Patrons can also take advantage of the outdoor terrace that’s acclimated for those cool winter nights.
Address: El Aguador Nervion, Benito mas y prat 10, 41005 Sevilla, Spain, +34 954 58 16 05
This Argentinian grill style restaurant will take you back to 20th-century Buenos Aires, right in the middle of Seville. Milonga’s delivers an extraordinary and authentic Argentinian culinary experience with its eye-popping carnes and delicious desserts. The meats are cooked to order and are all well prepared and grilled under just the right amount of heat. Milonga’s becomes a whole different experience on tango nights when the restaurant transforms into a dance spectacle that will have patrons enjoying their courses while watching an intensely passionate tango routine. Due to its private and intimate setting, this is a hotspot for couples or those looking for a romantic night out in the bustling Nervion district.
Address: Milonga’s, Calle Campo de los Mártires, 1, 41018 Sevilla, Spain, +34 954 41 11 77
Meson de Juan
Meson de Juan is a well established restaurant that has occupied its same spot in the Nervion neighborhood for the past 30 years. What attracts so many Spaniards to this particular Meson is the quality and the rich flavor to be savored in each and every single tapa. Try a slice of the jamon iberico de batllo, or a sensational seafood tapa consisting of tuna, salmon, squid and fried octopus. Patrons will enjoy the charming outdoor seating section, where its encouraged enjoy the warm Andalusian air with a glass of wine in hand.
Address: Meson de Juan, Calle José Luis de Casso, 41005 Sevilla, Spain, +34 954 58 18 48
The owners of La Chaparrita are a Sevillan woman and a Mexican man who decided to open a restaurant and unite their respective countries’ culinary traits. La Chaparrita offers a rich taste of Mexican cuisine and an authentic feel with its colorful decor inspired by the renowned Mexican architect Luis Barragan. The menu is fantastically diverse and some of the stand-outs are the tacos, nachos, enchiladas, and tamales, all made with home made corn tortas. Forget all about Tex-Mex and get the real thing at La Chaparrita!
Address: La Chaparrita, Calle de Óscar Carvallo, 5, 41018 Sevilla, Spain, +34 954 09 13 64