The crowds gathered outside this local favorite off the Alameda de Hercules may be off-putting at first, but the creative, inexpensive tapas (from €2.50) are well worth the wait. Try delicacies like the cigarro para Bécquer (seaweed mousse with squid and cuttlefish, and garlic sauce) or solomillo al eneldo or con cabrales (sirloin with dill or Cabrales cheese) or huevo sobre bizcocho boletus y vino dulce caramelizado (egg on mushroom pie
with caramelized sweet wine). The house specialty, however, is the Basque dessert, Sokoa, so be sure to leave some room. Tables at the tapas bar can't be booked (a call will get you a reservation at the next-door Eslava restaurant), so arrive early to avoid a wait.
Calle Eslava 3, Seville, 41002, Spain