A real treat for the palate
The best place to taste the typical food in Seville is probably in the bars in the historic quarter and in the districts of Triana and La Macarena, where you can enjoy tasty tapas. There is a wide variety of tapas available, but whatever you choose, we recommend washing it down with a cold beer, or "fino" or manzanilla sherry.
When you order tapas, we recommend asking for a variety of flavours, to try as many as possible. Typical tapas are made of cured meats (Iberian ham, Iberian cured pork sausage...), seasoned food (olives, papas aliñás - seasoned potatoes, garlic prawns…), fried fish (anchovies, marinated dogfish, puntillitas - small squid…), montaditos (small toasted sandwiches), Spanish omelette and skewered meat. And if you go to Seville in the hottest months, don't forget to ask for gazpacho (cold soup, made mainly with tomatoes), which is very tasty and refreshing.
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The name "tapa" derives from the custom of serving the glass of wine with a "lid" ("tapa", in Spanish) consisting of a piece of bread and a slice of cured meat
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