With a young vibe and a vast and inventive menu, this tiny restaurant offers a welcome change from Seville's typical fried fare. The owners' haute-cuisine ambitions are reflected in excellent service and lovingly prepared food, but not in the prices. The menu changes according to the season, but typical dishes include salmon tartare, baby squid with cream of goat's cheese and orange, and Iberian pork in red wine au gratin. Reservations are available for weekday lunches only; at any other time, put your name on the waiting list and pop round to the Azotea bar just round the corner for a drink and generous tapa (€4) while you wait.
Calle Jesus del Gran Poder 31, Seville, 41002, Spain
Nov 13, 2012
My husband and I ate here our last night in Sevilla, and I'm so glad we did. It was a bit crowded, but we were seated after about a half an hour, just enough time to share a glass of wine. The husband/wife pair that owns the place (wife is American and the husband speaks excellent English, as well) were very attentive to us. They care deeply about the experience they create, and the food was very inventive and delicious. I feel like we made a connection
with them and we look forward to returning to Sevilla to visit them again.