Seville is a tradition, it’s a city where history is found in every corner and where the native people and the tourist can enjoy its beauty and extensive cultural and architectural heritage.

But Seville is also a city of fragrances and tastes that turn it into a place where gastronomy also plays a role that complements the experience of being in the capital of Andalusia.

So if you are passing through Seville or have decided to give yourself a little vacation, when it comes to lunch, we recommend these options that are among the best in the city.

Casa Robles

With over 60 years of gastronomic trajectory, it began its journey as a winery and bar until it became a restaurant that bets on local food, with old recipes but never lacking in flavor and with an appreciation for homemade pastries.

Gambas de Huelva, scrambled pork sausage, Galician Oysters, house little rolls and Tartar of salmon are some of the dishes preferred by its customers and in which ham, veal and of course, the authentic Spanish tapas aren’t left out.

It’s located near the Cathedral on the Alvarez Quintero street and has a terrace for outdoor dining.

Address: Calle Álvarez Quintero, 58, 41004 Sevilla


It’s located on Alcalde José de la Bandera street. It’s an avant-garde restaurant that stands out for its menu of Andalusian cuisine but with its own signature that has earned it international awards including a Michelin star.

The tasting menu is one of its main attractions in which the guests are invited to discover smells, textures and flavors with creative combinations in 2 appetizers and 7 of their most representative dishes, which can be accompanied with a more than generous wine list.

Address: Calle Alcalde José de la Bandera, 7, 41003 Sevilla

Taberna del Alabardero

Zaragoza Street is the meeting point to visit the Casa Palacio of the nineteenth century with elegant rooms distributed around the classic Andalusian courtyard. It’s a reference of the sevillan gastronomy in which the best ingredients of the season are prepared with the combination of tradition and continuous touches of innovation.

Their customers recommend it for their dishes and also for the good treatment offered by their waiters.

This restaurant also has an excellent hotel, has a cafeteria to enjoy a good coffee with the popular Tarta Guadalquivir and also offers lodging in its 4 star hotel with rooms with period luxurious furniture.

Address: Calle Zaragoza, 20, 41001 Sevilla

Mama Bistro

This restaurant is defined by its French style, Spanish character and Italian elegance. They are located in the historic center of Seville, on Mateos Gago Street.

It’s a small but pleasant place with a harmonious decoration in which they offer Iberian dishes such as Carpaccio smoked with cod, tuna salad with fresh sprouts and desserts in which shine the Manchego Cheese Flan with ginger pear compote or Gazpacho de strawberries with goat cheese in filo paste and cane honey.

These preparations can be accompanied with an autochthonous wine or homemade beer of the house.

Address: Calle Mateos Gago, 9B, 41004 Sevilla

El Mero

Betis Street is one of the most famous in Seville, so it was impossible to miss in this selection a place that brings together the joy of the area with the delicacies of the sea in preparations such as: fried fish, grilled chipirones, shrimp cupcakes, prawn croquettes with garlic or imperial cod loin with gulas and prawns.


It’s a good option to go for tapas and give yourself a taste, in which the value is unbeatable and with a very special customer treatment.Its location along the river gives a spectacular view of the old town from its terrace, especially at night.

Address: Calle Betis, 1, 41010 Sevilla

Abades Triana

Another excellent option is Betis Street in the well known Barrio de Triana. Its large glass dining room and good sized terrace accompany the dining experience with a spectacular view of the city and the Guadalquivir River, the Golden Tower, the Giralda and the Maestranza.

Its menu is very wide and changes according to the time of year to take advantage of the products of each season, with a selection of entrances and main courses that combine international and Mediterranean cuisine, such as the Tataki de toro, the terrine of octopus or carpaccio of soft shrimp from Huelva of garlic.

Address: Calle Betis, 69, 41010 Sevilla