Where to eat in Seville? — 10 must & best place to eat in Seville

My vacation to Spain was more successful than I could have imagined while traveling down to the south of Spain was pleasant, low cost, and fairly safe. The most successful aspect of the vacation, though, was enjoying the exceptionally wonderful food of Seville – or Sevilla in Spanish – the capital of the Andalusia area. After spending four days and three nights in Seville, I conducted research on international culinary websites and identified the places listed below, which I’d like to share with you. So, do you intend to visit Seville? — You’ve been to the birthplace of Falamenco, but you still don’t know what to eat or where to go in Seville? Let’s have a look at our suggestions for the finest places to eat in Seville (best restaurants in Seville), must-eat places in Seville, and the best places to dine in Seville. To assist you in determining the finest restaurants in Seville, Spain has compiled a list of the greatest restaurants in Seville. Let’s read my in-depth review instead!

A colorful and vibrat alley in Triana street, Seville.


Paella, must-eat in Seville and Spain. | best place to eat in seville


Tortilla Española (Spanish Egg and Potato Omelette)

Must eat places in Seville: La Brunilda — Exceptional Modern Tapas

I had to use the term EXCEPTIONAL to describe La Brunilda since it is the restaurant that made me stop by twice to enjoy 5 of their meals. Tapas appetizers included duck confit with creamy carrot puree, foie gras with poached pear, goat cheese salad, fish with truffle cream sauce, beef tenderloin, and baked potatoes. All of the foods are nice to exceptional. Don’t forget to request an additional glass of sweet sherry to complement your meal!

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duck confit

The restaurant’s main disadvantage is that it is quite busy, and its hours of operation are limited to 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., weekdays except Sunday. You should arrive 15 minutes before the restaurant opens to ensure a decent seat; if you are late to obtain a number, it will take at least 40 minutes to obtain a table. But believe me when I say that this is a fantastic location to eat in terms of price and wait time.

Savory beef

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| must eat places in seville
  • Taste: * * * * * (5-star) as exclaimed and praised many times above, you must try, among the 5 dishes I used, you should order duck confit and foie gras with poached pear!
  • Price: * * * * * (5-star) The prices of the above dishes may sound luxurious, but the most expensive dish is beef for only 6.90 euros and also enough full. But because I like it so much, I order 2 – 3 dishes/each meal to try it out.
  • Space: * * * * (4-star) the shop is a bit small and it’s already crowded after 10 minutes after opening, so it’s better if the space is bigger.
  • Service: * * * * * (5-star) although the restaurant is crowded, the service is very fast and dedicated.

Address: Calle Galera, 5, 41002 Sevilla, Spain
Hours: Daily, 1:30–4:30PM, 8:30–11:30PM, except Sunday
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery
Phone: +34 954 22 04 81
Menu: labrunildatapas.com

Best place to eat in Seville Spain: Chifa — Interesting Japanese – Spanish Fusion Cuisine

Chifa is located in a desolate section of town, yet it serves highly unique food that incorporates Spanish ingredients such as Iberico pig with Japanese meals. I strongly suggest the Nguiris meal (similar to rice buns) made with Spanish ingredients and sauces. On the internet, it was suggested that I try ceviche, but after eating it, I realized that the taste is not particularly suited for Vietnamese people.

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| best place to eat in seville


| top restaurants in seville

  • Taste: * * * * (4-star) low score because the ceviche is not good, but a plus point for the rice rolls.
  • Price: * * * (3-star) The price of the dishes is a bit expensive from 7 euros for a part of rice rolls.
  • Space: * * * * * (5-star) the restaurant has 2 floors, the space is very comfortable because it’s not too crowded.
  • Service: * * * * * (5-star) The plus point is that the service is very cute even though she can’t speak English.

Address: Calle Calatrava, 16, 41002 Sevilla, Spain
Hours: 1:30–4:30PM, 8:20PM–12AM/Tuesday: 8PM–12AM/Monday: Closed
Phone: +34 636 23 11 41
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway

Best restaurants in Seville: Maquila — Excellent micro craft beer pub and brewery

Cruzcampo is the most well-known beer in Spain, but you may sample the home-made beer in Maquila to try something different. I’d heard good things about it, so after eating at Chifa, I came here for a drink because the two restaurants are so near. Online reviews complimented the restaurant’s food, but I only tasted their own beer, which costs 3 euros for a tiny glass, which is rather expensive given the size of the glass. Unfortunately, the shop only carries two craft beers, although both are pretty ordinary in comparison to Vietnamese artisan beers. If you want to sample beer, this is a nice option, but it’s also OK if you don’t.

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| best place to eat in seville

| best place to eat in seville
  • Taste: * * * (3-star)
  • Price: * * * (3-star)
  • Space: * * * * * (5-star) the shop is pretty and the space is quite rustic in decoration, you will like it if you sit for a long time.
  • Service: * * * * * (5-star) it seems that every restaurant serving is cute.

Address: Calle Delgado, 4, 41002 Sevilla, Spain
Hours: 8PM–12AM/Sunday: Closed
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery
Menu: maquilasevilla.com
Phone: +34 955 18 23 20

Cafeteria Pastelería La Canasta — Delicious Sandwich Shop

This was an unintentional visit, but the shop’s flute pastry, or breadstick, is excellent. You should get the bread kind called ’10 seeds,’ which is the best and costs only 2.50 euros for a breadstick, but the interior can be salmon or Iberico pork, which is extremely tasty. You may stop by to taste different cakes because it is quite near to the Seville Cathedral.

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| best place to eat in seville

  • Taste: * * * * * (5-star) very delicious, the bread is crispy outside and the meat inside is also quality.
  • Price: * * * * (4-star) good price compared to pastry quality but minus 1 star because sitting at the table will cost more than 50 cents, sitting at the bar will reduce the price.
  • Space: * * * * * (5-star) beautiful shop with large space, with a view overlooking the whole green park.
  • Service: * * * (3-star) big minus point because it takes a long time to order, it takes a long time to pay, and self-catering is very tired.

Address: Av. de la Constitución, 16, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
Hours: 8AM–9PM
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery
Menu: lacanastasevilla.es
Phone: +34 955 67 16 54
A 2-min walk from Seville Cathedral

Below are restaurants and their dishes I didn’t have time to try, because I have to spent time to visit tourist attractions, but they are all the shops I researched online in advance and found they receive many good reviews. You can find them and try a meal.

  • Freiduría La Isla has delicious fried fish (Address: Calle García de Vinuesa, 13, 41001 Sevilla, Spain).
  • Taberna Álvaro Peregil has good orange wine and rumored snacks too (Address: Calle Mateos Gago, 22, 41004 Sevilla, Spain).
  • Cañabota restaurant has delicious and quality seafood (Address: Calle Orfila, 3, 41003 Sevilla, Spain).
  • Casa Ricardo this restaurant is famous for its best Iberico ham (Address: Calle Hernán Cortés, 2, 41002 Sevilla, Spain).
  • Contenedor restaurant was praised but needed to book a table in advance by phone, so I didn’t visit (Address: Calle San Luis, 50, 41003 Sevilla, Spain).
  • Mariatrifulca is a restaurant with a romantic river view and it seems expensive, so I didn’t go because I was traveling alone, because I think you should don’t dining at a romantic restaurant alone, haha?