Regional food specialties
-Eating and Seeing Southern Spain
We used AirBNB for this trip and ended up in a beautiful top floor apartment located in a popular part of town. Some research led me to a site that rounded up all the tapas bars in town. It was also really helpful in explaining some of the specialties of the region which ended up being as good as any of the areas in Spain we visited. First up was a place that came highly rec'd on the site.
Locals Favorite I was led to by Alzahar
Prawns wrapped with Shoestring Potatoes
Marinated House Potatoes
Pringá Montaditos Sandwich
Seville was stunning so I recommend walking around as much as you can. So many wonderful buildings and winding streets with all sorts of surprises on them. I wish we got to stay longer than just two nights but I now have a reason to go back.
Beautiful Place to Walk Around
Locals Favorite that Tourists tend to find
Tuna Sashimi Special from different days
Fresh Oysters and Tuna Tartar
Carrilladas with Goat Cheese (Stewed Pork Cheeks)
Down by the river there's a nice scene going on with shopping, bars and restaurants all gathered together in an area popular with the younger locals. We were told the seafood at this place which had a tapas bar across the street that featured the same dishes for cheaper was a nice stop. We enjoyed a few cold refreshments while snacking on some freshly fried baby squid. All good in my book.
Fried Baby Squid
a peak inside as it died down before closing
Some of our plates ordered from Eslava
A Gorgeous City
Popular Stop with Students and Art Folk Types
Good Home Cooked Spanish Food
Flamenco in the city where it as born