I was amazed by the abundance of places to eat in Seville so I wanted to share my three favourite restaurants in this Seville Food Guide.
The most amazing thing about eating out in Seville is that food is cheap, and the service is excellent. Most restaurants are walking distance, and the atmosphere is lively, not to mention cheap wine and sangria. What else would you want from a good old city break in Spain?
Now I know that I can be little overwhelming to pick where to eat and trust me we tried and tested quite a few locations, but these three spots ended up being my favourite. Hence e including them into my Seville Food Guide. I can promise that you will enjoy the food and wine and if you do happen to go there after reading this guide, please let me know how it went in the comments below or on my TripAdvisor page.
Let’s start guys!
I wanted to include Filo Seville as the first recommendation in my Seville Food Guide since we went there for lunch. Filo is super instagrammable, so I couldn’t help but capture a few photos. They have amazing breakfast and brunch options in a charmingly bright and airy setting. We visited Filo after a stroll around Plaza de España as it was only 10 minutes walk as well as I remember. My friend and I opted for salads and coffee and took a well-deserved rest at Filo. I liked everything about this restaurant. The only thing I will add is that the service wasn’t the most amazing and little slow so don’t expect speedy service. Regardless of this, the food was so delicious and exactly what we needed to replenish our strength after a busy morning exploring Seville.
El Pinton is a must and my favourite restaurant out all the places I’ve been to in Seville. They serve the best Sangria in the world, or at least that I’ve ever tasted. Set in a typical Andalucian style, El Pinton doesn’t only serve yummy food, but it’s super cute to sit down, and people watch since it’s close to quite a few landmarks. The atmosphere is a buzzy cosmopolitan Mayfair alike crowd, food if not the best I’ve tasted in Seville.
We opted for few dishes to share including grilled veggies, salmon tartare and buffalo mozzarella salad all of which were out of this world. Washing it all down with a delicious jug of Sangria made us feel excited for the evening ahead.
If you visit one place from this list make it El Pinton as you won’t be disappointed.
We went to Castizo after being told that we have to wait for 50 minutes at La Brunilda without even being offered to wait at a bar with a drink. Who in this world has 50 minuted to waste especially when you’re hungry, and there are so many restaurants around. It was a disappointing little service wise at La Brunilda especially as its recommended by so many people online. We decided to walk to Castizo which was under 10 minutes away.
Castizo was quite the opposite, not overly busy, quite more spacious with a welcoming service. We were seated straight away and offered a freshly baked bread which so yummy but not the best for my waist.
I had pork loin if I remember correctly, a few patatas bravas and cauliflower. Castizo had a lovely atmosphere and perfected to bring your date to.
I hope you enjoyed reading my Seville Food Guide and I would love to hear if you end up visiting any of the suggested places.
Lots of love.