Fodor's Expert Review La Azotea
With a young vibe and a vast and inventive menu (which changes seasonally), 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. Typical dishes include tuna belly with hummus and artichokes with mushrooms and Iberian ham. Reservations are available for weekday lunches only; at any other time, put your name on the waiting list and pop over to the Azotea bar just around the corner for a drink and generous tapa (€5) while you wait. La Azotea has two other venues (Calle Matias Gago and Calle Zaragoza, both open all day, every day), but the original offers the best local vibe.
Calle Jesus del Gran Poder 31
Seville, Andalusia 41002, Spain
- Creative tapas
- Seasonal menu
- Local vibe