Taberna Don Cecilio

Manuel Pareja Obregon | Triana, 41010 Seville, Spain
It seats about 20 people inside, with tables outside as well. The food is very good and prices are fair. I went for dinner with three people and the bill was under 10E each with beer and wine included. Salad with goat cheese, chocolate beef, tuna stuffed mushrooms and a chocolate flan dessert, caramelised onion sauce and cheese, followed by a hearty pepper stew and then battered chicken with ham! Complimentary dessert wine and a vanilla slice like dessert,

Pizzeria La Bambina

Virgen de Regla | 1, 41011 Seville, Spain
only 5 euro for a Margarita pizza. and 4 for one with garlic. The more crazy the toppings, price goes up naturally. 
It is a more of call and take out, but there are tables to sit and eat.


Calle Eslava, 3-5, 41002 Seville, Spain
Eslava is a bar with a small restaurant at the back, very good wine, the tapas is excellent. stand-out dish was the award wining slow cooked egg on boletus cake bread with carmelised wine reduction. The cheese ice cream was the first time I have ever bothered with a desert at a tapas bar. Our bill with two sodas and 4 tapas came in at only 13 euros.

Casa Paco

Alameda de Hercules, Seville, Spain
prawn salad (gambas), the peppers with fish stuffing and the fish fried in olive oil. Pork cheeks, aubergine with goats cheese and honey, dates in bacon, green peppers with salt. eared Eggplant with goat's cheese and a honey-balsamic sauce. In summer you can't beat their Salmorejo (a thicker, creamier Gazpacho served with hard boiled egg and ham) to cool you down. The prices are surprisingly reasonable - ranging between 2.5 and 3.5 Euro per tapas plate, which is what everyone else charges. Drinks are also reasonable with beers from 1.5 euro, and wine from 2.2 a glass. An english menu is available for all you tourists out there. Service can be a little slow when it is busy