Fodor's Expert Review Bache San Pedro

$ Barrio de la Macarena Spanish
Barack Obama’s chosen spot for tapas when he visited the city in April 2019 has outside seating on a small terrace with views of the square or spots inside, where traditional Seville tiles blend perfectly into the sleek industrial vibe. Bringing the taste of Cádiz to Seville, dishes here come as tapas or sharing plates (€3.50–€15) and include croquetas de puchero (stew croquettes), a taco of chicharrones (pork crackling) with Payoyo goat’s cheese, and possibly the spiciest patatas bravas (fried potatoes) in town. There's also a weekly rice or noodle special. Leave room for the Payoyo cake, cheesecake topped with raspberry puree.
Spanish New Service Casual Lunch Dinner Quick Bite $

Quick Facts

Pl. Cristo de Burgos 23
Seville, Andalusia  Spain


Known For:
  • Innovative cuisine
  • Friendly service
  • Delicious desserts
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Mon.

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