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$$$$ Price range per person 11-20 €
31, Plaza Cristo de Burgos, 27, Seville
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Seville, Andalusia, Spain

If you want to remember Plaza de San Lorenzo, come to this bar first. Ignore other places, discover the Spanish menu at Eslava. Many people come to enjoy good spanish tapas, Rioja wine and honey ribs. The chef at this place cooks tasty gelato, cheese frosting and parfait. You will be offered delicious beer, cordial or Sangria. It's a must while visiting this spot to order great hot chocolate, cortado or fresh juices.

The intimate atmosphere of this bar allows visitors to relax after a hard working day. Most guests mention that the staff is pleasant. The fabulous service is a big plus of Eslava. Many reviewers have noticed that prices are adequate for what you receive. Most clients state that the divine decor inside is enjoyable. Michelin experts have visited this place, so it has got the Michelin selection award.

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Outstanding Spanish food in its perfection
A non traditional take on tapas - try their award winning one with the egg. Gets very crowded but you can usually find a spot to stand at the bar. Highly recommend!
I just recently returned (i'm talking on Sunday) from an amazing trip to the Andalusia coast of Spain + Mallorca.  This region of Spain has some of the most breathtaking views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains with interspersed villages beautifully located along the winding roads. While visiting this region of Spain, we had so many amazing meals that it honestly is very hard to pick a favorite. Some restaurants had amazing views and ambiance, some had ambiance plus delicious tapas, and some not so much.  Fortunately, the bad meals were few and far between and usually because we just stopped in for a quick bite while touring a local monument.  I hate how in large tourist areas, it seems like a lot of the terrible restaurants are right beside the tourist spot.  Wouldn't it be nice if you could have an amazing meal AND see the local attraction at the same time?! Anywho, this post is about one of the wonderful restaurants that we had the pleasure to dine at while visiting Sevilla! When you first walk into Eslava, expect to see a crowded tapas bar with a great atmosphere.  Ask one of the servers to recommend you a class of Vino Tinto to start (Spanish wines are delicous!).  When you get you glass of wine, you will also be served some homemade sourdough bread and some fresh aceitunas (olives) that are mixed with fava beans - you MUST try these! They are so yummy!). Aslo, don't forget to request some aceite de oliva (olive oil) with some sea salt. I think Spain could give Italy a run for their money on olive oil - it was literally the best! The olive oil is the best when it is produced on a local Finca (or hacienda or plantation). We bought some to bring home from a local Finca that you can actually stay at in Mallorca, called Cas X'orc (another post for another time). TAPAS TO TRY: TATAKI DE BUEY CON GOMINOLA DE JENGIBRE: Beef tataki with ginger - These thin strips of beef topped with sea salt and drizzled with olive oil will leave your mouth watering for more! We actually ordered two plates of these. As you can tell, it is not a huge portion but the flavor is outstanding.  There are dollops of ginger sauce on the plate that enhance the flavors of the beef. CROQUETAS CASERAS DE CERDO Y TERNERA: Pork and beef homemade croquettes (bechamel-filled, breaded and deep-fried) - I must say that I thought that I would absolutely love the croquettes in Spain since it is definitely a staple tapas at most Spanish restaurants.  While the croquettes were definitely delicious, they were not my favorite of all the tapas that I sampled.  That being said, you still must try them! YEMA SOBRE BIZCOCHO DE BOLETUS Y VINO CARAMELIZADO: Slow-cooked egg served on boletus cake with caramelized wine reduction (1st Prize, Sevilla en Boca de Todos 2010 contest) - This one is very interesting and worth a taste! UN CIGARRO PARA BECQUER (3º PREMIO SEVILLA EN BOCA DE TODOS 2013): A cigar for Becquer. Brick pastry cigar-shaped with cuttlefish and algae) - The texture on this definitely different but the flavor was surprisingly good! COSTILLA DE CERDO CON MIEL DE ROMERO AL HORNO: Roasted pork ribs glazed in rosemary honey - MUST get these!! These are like a Korean BBQ style short rib with incredible flavor!! This is also posted on my website where I do foodie blog posts and travel itineraries. You can find it at… ... or follow me on instagram @thatblondetravels.
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31, Plaza Cristo de Burgos, 27, Seville, Andalusia, Spain
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted No Wi-Fi Wheelchair accessible No takeaway TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 13:30-16:00
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 13:30-16:30, 21:00-23:30
WednesdayWed 13:30-16:30, 21:00-23:30
ThursdayThu 13:30-16:30, 21:00-23:30
FridayFri 13:30-16:30, 21:00-23:30
SaturdaySat 13:30-16:30, 21:00-23:30

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