The tapas here are divine , just to sit in square and people watch it's a joy with a beer and tapas what more can you ask for
Is this a Mediterranean restaurant?
Is this a Spanish restaurant?
Is this restaurant romantic?
Is this restaurant appropriate for Kids?
Does this restaurant accept reservations?
Is this restaurant good for local cuisine?
Is this restaurant good for lunch?
Is this restaurant good for dinner?
Is this restaurant good for brunch?
Does this restaurant have waiters and waitresses?
Thanks for helping!Share another experience before you go.
I don't know they got their "guide du routard" stars, but all the tapas we tasted were disgusting. It could have been ok if the waiter wasn't that mean: he just throw the plates to our faces. I went to the manager to tell him and we got some chocolates at the end of the diner. Anyway, just go somewhere... More
We called in here late one evening for a final round of tapas. It is on the corner of a square which seems to have a few really popular bars. We were lucky to get table. The food was excellent - and very well priced. Most enjoyable were king prawns wrapped in spirals of crispy potato. Would go again.
We had a nice evening with great tapas, good service and a lovely looking bar. Highly recommended. The prices are very reasonable.
Nice quiet little bar, serving food if you fancy it. I asked about the sherry that a few people were drinking and was given a free sample, it was pretty horrible but the white wine was lovely!
I had already eaten here a few times a few years ago. The ambience has changed little - very familiar, clean and friendly. I took three tapas, one of croguetas, one of cheese and one of ham, with beer. Everything fine, very good service, very tasty tapas, and very good value for money (just under ten euros). Only caveat: no... More
We have been to Amarillo Albero again for lunch, after a gap of several months. We expected good food - actually, it was better than we remembered; an improved menu, and the usual good features - great location, friendly and attentive service. We had beers for drink, and a few tapas: cheese, croquetas, anchovies, ham, olives. The tapas are good... More
We have been to this bodega many times. We are slow travellers meaning we stay in one location for lengthy periods of time. Our highlight of travel is visiting those "out of the tourist areas" to immerse ourselves in the local culture, being retired, we have the time. This bodega has a waiter who provides the best service we have... More
We went here on our second night in Seville, and were quite disappointed with the quality of food we had, starting from the olives to the serrano ham on bread. We paid after our first racion and actually went across the street to another bar where the food and atmosphere were better.
The location of this tapas bar is perfect: plaza Gavidia, just behind Plaza del Duque and El Corte Ingles. A very good range of tapas, all perfectly cooked and served promptly. The place is very popular both at lunchtime and in the evening. Cutlery is only provided with some tapas types - even so, it is very worth a visit... More
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.Claim Your Listing