Where to eat in Seville: Bodeguita El Acerao

Where to eat in Seville: Bodeguita El Acerao

Looking for a place to eat in Seville? Why don’t you come and try our Gastrobar? Going out in Seville and eating out is one of the greatest pleasures in the world. And if not, come and try our gastronomy, to see that it is true

But Where to eat in Seville? The answer is: Bodeguita El Acerao

If you are one of those who likes to innovate with food we recommend you visit our Gastrobar “Bodeguita El Acerao”. We have gone mad playing with flavors and food.

Do you think it’s impossible? The food is absolutely delicious.

What matters most to us is a kitchen full of quality, where we try to “surprise through simplicity” with a totally renewed menu.

But what we are clear about is that our Gastrobar, is destined to be a real landmark.

First we have some great starters and the best tapas, which you can accompany with a cold beer and the most important thing: the best atmosphere in the center of Seville. We are waiting for you in Matahacas Street, 22!

Do you know the origin of the tapa?

One of the theories is that it arose from an anecdote that the monarch Alfonso XIII starred in after his visit to Cadiz.

Before arriving at the palace, the monarch stopped at a shop that still exists on the beach of Cadiz, called “El Chato”.

Alfonso XIII asked for a glass of wine, but he didn’t notice the wind, so the sand swirl went into the shop. To avoid the glass being filled with sand, a clever waiter covered it with a slice of ham.

When the king went to take a sip from the glass, he found the slice of ham, so he asked the waiter and he replied: “Forgive my audacity, I put a lid so that the sand would not enter”

Alfonso XIII ate the slice of ham and asked for another glass of wine but with “another tapa (lid)”. Everyone laughed when they heard it.

Do you know our menu?

Our specialties  are:

  • Handcrafted Molletes (bread)
  • The best sausages
  • Anchovies of the Cantabrian Sea in AOVE
  • Scorpion fish and citrus alli oli
  • Patatas bravas (spicy potatoes)
  • Spinach with chickpeas, poached egg and shrimp
  • Basil and mussel loin buds

And many more

Have we answered your questions about where to eat in Seville? Let’s hope so, we’ll wait for you at 22 Matahacas Street!

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