Seville is a great place to eat well, and this part of Spain should be better known for its food, which is universally fresh, simple, and delicious. We were blown away by how dynamic, not to mention affordable, the food scene in Seville is. Of course, we expected to be enjoying lots of delicious tapas and other traditional Spanish meals in restaurants and markets, but what surprised us was how much variety and amazing quality there is.
If you and your special someone are looking for a fun and buzzy spot with one of the most exciting menus in the city, look no further. El Pintón serves fresh and inventively produced fusion twists on the classics. Located in a former textile warehouse and decorated to perfection with fresh aesthetic by Madrid-based designers Cristina Domínguez Lucas and Fernando Hernández-Gil.
Fotografías / restaurant photography: Juan Delgado
Treat yourself and order loads to share. The standout dish for me was their battered egg in truffle polenta, and I would happily live off it for the rest of my days. Be sure to order up a class (or a jug) of white sangria. It’s sweet but utterly fresh and zesty.
El Pintón Seville
Calle Francos 42, 41004 Sevilla | +34 955 07 51 53 | website
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