Spanish tapas are our most famous (and delicious!) dish. They are without a doubt the best emblem of our gastronomy. And now that they have been exported almost everywhere, it’s not hard to find a tapas bar from New York to Melbourne.
Spanish churros are made of fresh dough that is fried. The dough is squeezed with the help of a pastry bag and fried into hot oil. Once removed from the vat, churros are cut into lengths and eaten hot.
Seville has hundreds of tapas restaurants. Literally. So you probably wouldn’t expect me to choose only 3 of them! Actually, it has been quite difficult to make a selection and each one has been carefully picked because it clearly stands out from the rest.
Here are 3 of the best tapas bars in Seville, some extraordinary places if you are hunting down the best tapas in Seville.