The affable Jesús Becerra runs this cozy establishment, where several small dining rooms are decorated with traditional columns, tiles, and colorful paintings of Seville by local artists. Diligent service and tasty modern treatments of such classic Spanish dishes as bacalao gratinado con Idiazábal sobre una salsa de piquillos (Basque-cheese grilled cod on pepper sauce) and brazuelo de cordero lechal asado al tomillo (roast suckling lamb with thyme) have
won the favor of Sevillanos, as have the signature oxtail croquettes. Smaller appetites can try such tasty tapas as stuffed calamari and garlic-spiked prawns. The restaurant has parking for customers.