The cuisine of Seville is itself an art form itself with many recipes mimicked around the world, but never mastered. The Tapas of Seville are famous for being both unique in flavor and experience, as the restaurant dynamic in Spain is different than the rest of the world. Spoil yourself with the flavors and experience the special taste Andalusia.
These two dishes may seem similar at first or even second glance, but they are two difference tomato based dishes. Gazpacho has undergone many variations but none are as rich and pleasant as the original Andalusian recipe in the summer heat of Seville. This popular cold dish can be served and drank in a glass and enjoyed as an appetizer before your main meal. A simple yet fantastic dish alone or accompanied by steak, fish, or any entree. Originating in the city of Cordoba, Salmorejo, the thicker of the two dishes, is served in a bowl and contains a few more solid ingredients than its Gazpacho brother.
A dish comprised of many traditional meats of Andalusia including pork sausages, chorizo, and beef, it is a light and tender dish served best with fresh bread to soak up the broth.
The famous pork of the Iberian peninsula is represented deliciously in this simple yet popular dish. This tapa of pork cheek is usually served with some fries or vegetables.
As the name implies, this sirloin is cooked in whiskey (or cognac in many cases) and another easily prepared rendition of the famous Iberian pork.
Everyone knows that the bull is a very important part of Spain and its culture and history, but it’s also part of the cuisine. The tail of the great bull is tender and succulent and can be found all over Seville, as the city is known for its Plaza de Toros.
Spain eats the most fish in all of Europe, and therefore prepares it best. You’ll be able to find fresh fried fish vendors in the streets of commerce and markets where you can have them to go as you enjoy your walk of the city. With Seville being so close to the coast of Spain it has a host of fishermen and fishmongers to choose from, and between the many markets and specialty restaurants scattered throughout the city there are plenty of options.
A prawn and potato salad is a chill dish perfect during the hot Sevillano summers, this tapa can be found at every corner of the city because of the dish’s simplicity.
These fried balls of ham, fish, mushrooms, or another variation are a essential part of Sevillano cuisine and dining, and are a necessary must-try while visiting. If nothing else, try the Serrano ham style with manchego cheese.
These calamari and prawn balls, tossed nicely in pepper and garlic, sit nicely in a saffron sauce and offer a simple dish that is elegant to look upon.
Simply combining some of the best foods in the country, Flamenquin never fails to disappear quickly. Pork loin is wrapped around famous Serrano ham and breaded, served with a mustard or mayo sauce as well as salad and fries, making is ideal all year round.