A few things to do taken from my first brush with this vibrant city. A long weekend is long enough to start to understand it’s character but to leave you wanting more.
If you can’t face the queue for a table at Hally’s consider their cute little café across the road. A tempting proposition in it’s own right, Little H offers delicious food, classy coffee and a vibrant array of juices and smoothies to pick you up of a morning. Continue reading “A LITTLE POST ON LITTLE H”
There wasn’t room on the table for everything we ordered at Blixen. The waiter actually did a double take on finding our last dish on the pass and felt compelled to confer with another that we actually had ordered it. Two relatively unassuming girls, one even sporting gym kit, couldn’t possibly have ordered four dishes between them… I’m only slightly ashamed to say, we did.
If you decide to dine at Bao, the queue is like a right of passage. Yes, you earn your dinner but stick it out and you reap the rewards. Fluffy pillows of spicy magic await at the end the rainbow…
I don’t think we had the best luck food-wise. I have absolute faith in the culinary offering in Seville. I believe there are places that will live up to its reputation; we just didn’t manage to eat in many… I was determined to go with the flow a bit more and not dictate our dining quite so much. We’d been told that any restaurant you wander in to in Seville will likely serve up something decent so we mostly just stopped in somewhere convenient when we felt peckish.