This prestigious restaurant is located in a beautiful 14th-century convent. It has won three fork status for the quality of its food and a special ... More
This prestigious restaurant is located in a beautiful 14th-century convent. It has won three fork status for the quality of its food and a special bronze merit award from the tourist office. The walls are covered with valuable works of art that lend the place an aristocratic feel. The kitchen prepares traditional Andalusian cuisine and specializes in game dishes using old mozarabic recipes from the 14th century. The best thing on the menu though is the typically Sevillian kidneys cooked in sherry. If you're visiting the city, you can go straight out after lunch and see major sights like the cathedral and royal palaces.
This restaurant is a trap ! Horrible place, kitch decoration, expecting tourists nearby the cathedral. The service is a shame, and the food... I can tell you I never eated such a bad "paella" as that one. The dish, per two, coasted 36.50€.
The wine list is onother deception. No more then 30 references. Even the famous "Antonio Barbadillo", a cheap and honest white wine from Cadiz, is listed as Castillo San Diego ! Solded at unreasonable price !
It was a quiet Monday night - the dining staff almost outnumbered the guest - so there was a distinct lack of atmosphere. Unfortunately there was also a distinct lack of good cooking (baby lamb cutlets requested medium came out in various states from rare to well done)and the starters (gambas in lemon sauce & a country vegetable soup)were slapdash and tasteless.
Service was mixed - our first server 'slapped' two spongy white bread rolls onto the table and later 'slapped' cutlery onto the table. Another waiter apologised when we complained about the food but was unable - or unwilling? - to do anything. This restaurant had been recommended by, among sources, the Footprint guide to Spain but for my last night in Sevilla it was a major - and expensive - disappointment.
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One of Seville's most impressive structures, it was originally the Mohammedan minaret and attached to a mosque. La Giralda was
later converted into the bell tower of the Seville Cathedral . It's well worth climbing to the top for ...
This chain of Italian restaurants offers four different environments in which to eat. You can try the elegant 18th century
residential palace on the banks of the River Guadalquivir, a restored 12th century Arab bath house, a refined neoclassical ...
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