Excellent tapas (€3.50—try the lamb keba with dates and couscous), a lively bar, and an extensive wine list await at this restaurant run by the fifth generation of a family of celebrated restaurateurs (Enrique's brother Jesús owns Becerrita). The menu focuses on traditional, home-cooked Andalusian dishes, such as pez espada al amontillado (swordfish cooked in dark sherry) and albóndigas de cordero a la hierbabuena (lamb meatballs with mint). Don't miss
the fried eggplant stuffed with prawns. If you want a quiet meal, call to reserve a table in one of the small upstairs rooms.
Calle Gamazo 2, Seville, 41001, Spain
Mar 25, 2012
Quite possibly the WORST meal I have ever had, in one of the worst restaurants (too bright, cold, devoid of atmosphere and utterly indifferent service). The food was cold, insipid and verging on inedible. And expensive. Apparently the the tapas bar downstairs is good but AVOID THE RESTAURANT.
Mar 29, 2007
Pleasant, authentic restaurant, supposedly high reputation spoiled by food that is less than memorable (though still good), less than friendly service and quite high prices.