• Diogo Machado

What to eat in Seville?


Seville is a city where you can try traditional Spanish dishes. What makes it special is the fact that the city is multicultural, and you can also find flavors of other cultures in the food. People in Seville celebrate their food, and that’s why we can see around 3000 amazing restaurants in the city. Come on the journey with us and learn all about the delicious foods and drinks that Seville has to offer!




Discover with us:

🥘 Salty food

🧁 Sweet food

🍻 Drinks




 




Salty food



Cocido Andaluz


This simple and hearty meal is meant to fill you up and make you happy. The dish consists of chickpeas, potatoes, carrots, and meat. This delicious stew has many variants, so don’t be surprised if traveling between different parts of Spain you will taste different flavors.




Serranito

A warm sandwich, that’s filled with different fresh condiments. Typical Serranito is made with ham, green peppers, lettuce, and tomato. In many food places, it’s usually paired with crunchy french fries - just a perfect combination! People typically have it for lunch, but it’s also the perfect snack when you are craving something salty.




Huevos a la Flamenca


What to eat in Seville

Typical Andalusian cuisine dish made out of eggs, chorizo, peas, potatoes, and tomato sauce. Huevos a la flamenca, which translates to "flamenco eggs," can be identified by the golden eggs that sit on top of the dish. It’s a classic meal, and it’s been around for more than a century.








Gazpacho


Gazpacho is a cold soup/drink, made out of tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, onions, and garlic. Because the dish consists of many fresh vegetables, it’s so light and refreshing that you need to try it on hot summer days. In addition to tasting and looking delicious, the soup has many amazing benefits. Did you know that Gazpacho can help you recover from sickness and hangovers?


What to eat in Seville



Croquetas


Croquetas are small bite-size snacks that are fried golden-brown. Butter, flour, and milk are used to form the filling, which results in an extremely creamy and dense texture. This is the ideal choice if you're feeling down and want something to snack on because it's the perfect treat to lift your spirits!


What to eat in Seville



Sweet food



Tarta de Santiago


This simple and delicious Spanish almond cake is made out of eggs, almonds, sugar, and lemon. Its simplicity is what makes the cake so light and appetizing. We recommend pairing this cake with a coffee, which brings out even more flavor!



Torrijas


This sugary Spanish french toast is a traditional Easter dessert. It’s made out of bread, eggs, milk, sugar, and cinnamon. You can find it in the springtime, in cafes and restaurants all over Seville!


What to eat in Sevilla



Helado

Ice cream is essential when visiting Seville, especially when the days are hot and you need something to cool yourself down. You can find ice cream shops everywhere you go, so you can always grab a cool treat. We recommend you to try many different flavors, as the ice cream there is very delicious.


what to eat in Seville



Miguelitos


A Miguelito is a simple and airy puff pastry, filled with cream and topped with powder sugar. A fun fact about the pastry is that it’s named after Miguel, who was a friend of Manuel Blanco (the creator of this dessert).

Drinks



Manzanilla


Manzanilla is a dry and fresh Spanish white wine. It’s made in Andalusia, out of palomino grapes, which are juicy and mildly sweet. Fish, seafood, and appetizers go well together with this beverage.



Tinto de verano


Tinto de Verano is a very popular and simple drink made out of red wine and soda. The drink's name translates to "summer red wine," making it ideal for sharing with friends on a warm summer day. When you need to chill off, you must have this drink! This beverage is widely available in shops and restaurants, and you can even make it at home.







This is the end of our article on typical food in Seville. If you are a real foodie, discover our other articles on food around the world such as in Barcelona, Portugal, and others. Follow us on Instagram @thewalkingparrot to be alerted when new articles are published!

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