The menu here features over 100 different main courses followed by 40 imaginative desserts. There are 11 private dining rooms and two spacious public ... More
The menu here features over 100 different main courses followed by 40 imaginative desserts. There are 11 private dining rooms and two spacious public dining rooms to choose from as well as another branch in Castilleja. All the shellfish and cured meats come from Huelva while the beef and lamb come from northern Spain. Only the freshest produce is used. Try the mojama (dried tuna) with tomato and oregano, the croquettes with fresh mint, the duck liver pate with bitter orange marmalade or the sea bass with apricot vinegar. The nougat and praline ice cream is an ideal dessert. The wine list is strictly for connoisseurs.
We visited this place for dinner – hugely overpriced (charged separately even for bread), food is plain and portions are very small, there was no help whatsoever from the waiters. After spending about e30/person (excluding drinks) went to bed hungry. This is the worst experience after driving for two weeks around the country.
The food is terrific . .especially the gazpacho. Service was excellent and hope to travel there again in the future. We went with a local friend of mine, so the menu and service was easier to translate.
For the price this place was a disappointment. We're an American family with two teenaged children. We anticipated a nice meal. It was just OK. Servers were indifferent and food was the same. For the cost it was an unsatisfactory meal.
Consistently good service and food. We always go here first for tapas and dinner. (Note that tapas are not served following major holidays; which explains the other bad review; the menu spells this out clearly in ENGLISH).
Recommend the beef tapas, cheese plates, olives and fish
Stopped at Casa Robles with my family a day or two after Christmas for tapas and drinks. Waiter was totally disinterested. Finally said "NO TAPAS" like the Soup Nazi from Seinfeld even though their sign and awning advertise tapas bar. He made no alernate recommendations and slammed down our drinks. We felt like sitting there was a personal affront to him. Will never go back.
We spent a few weeks travelling thoroughout Spain to sample the local cuisine of each region earlier this year and the single most memorable dining experience we had was the Bull's Tail in Casa Robles. It was simply magnificent and I can't wait to go back for more. Highly recommended!
We were recommended this restaurant by a clerk in a shop where we were buying clothes, so we thought we couldn't go wrong. We had the concierge at the Hotel Alfonso XIII (the best in town) make the reservation, so we thought we would have a nice table. Wrong! We were placed at a table next to the waiters' station; it felt like we were sitting in the corridor of a train station--waiters were practially bumping us when they walked by. We asked (in fluent Spanish) to be moved to a vacant table out of the line of fire, but the maitre d' wasn't much interested in doing that--he gave that table to some locals who came in a few minutes later (and who, by the way, were enjoying their first glass of wine by the time the maitre came to take our order.) The service was totally lacking in finesse and refinement: two of the waiters were having a running argument which we could easiy hear; the unsmiling maitre was chastising another inexperienced waiter; our wine was opened and then placed on the table with an audible thump; bread was not replenished promptly; we had to flag down waiters whenever we wanted something, etc., etc. The couple next to us complained that their bill was wrong ( it was, and it was fixed) and an Englishman at another table was visibly upset because he thought that he had been brought the wrong desert and couldn't get satisfaction from the wait staff. We couldn't wait to finish what was on our plate and leave. It's a shame about the shambolic service, because the food was quite good, and had we had a better table, we probably would have tolerated the amateurish service. It's also a shame because we found extraordinarily friendly and warm service everywhere else we went in Seville. Seville is a charming and fascinating place, and the food is wonderful. Maybe the lesson here is to go to Yahoo Travel before booking a table instead of asking for advice in a clothing shop.
the food was mediocre, lamb chops were likely cooked for 1.5 extra weeks they were so charred- appetizers were good, but the recommendations by the staff were less than expected- overall i would not have gone or would ever go back-
I am in Sevilla 2 or 3 times a year and always eat here.The lenguado a la plancha and cold gambas are always excellent as is the seafood stew . the boquerones(fresh white anchovies in vinegar) are as good as any anywhere even in the great seafood houses in Madrid.The alcaparones(caper berries) that they put on your table as complementary are fresh and not salty like ones shipped in jars.Simply put it is world class and not to be missed if you are here.
This place is always full at the weekends with people who come to enjoy the carefully prepared traditional Asturian dishes.
The quality of the fish and shellfish is excellent. They serve all the northern Spanish favourites, like bean stew ...
This wonderful old house in the center of the city is open to the the public all day. Its numerous
rooms are full of antique furniture and collections of vases, plates and silverware spanning many different historical time periods. ...
In the very heart of Seville, among emblematic spaces such as the Mudejar Santa Catalina Tower or the birthplace of
Velazquez stands this typical nineteenth century courtyard house. The house which was once the home of guitarist Manuel Serrapi ...