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Restaurants

Casa Robles
Type: Mixed Menu
Address: Alvarez Quintero, 58 Sevilla 41001 tel: 34 95 421 3150

There are more than 100 dishes and 40 desserts on the exclusive menu at this elegant Seville restaurant, including the dessert served at Princess Elena's wedding in Seville. This restaurant is praised by locals and visitors alike. You can enjoy such dishes as fish soup in the Andalusian style, lubina con naranjas (whitefish with Sevillana oranges), hake baked with strips of Serrano ham, and many kinds of fresh fish. The dessert list is long and very tempting.

La Isla
Type: Seafood Restaurants
Address: Calle Arfe, 25, Seville 41001 tel: 95-421-2631

This choice is in two large Andalusian dining rooms (thick plaster walls, tile floors, and taurine memorabilia). Specialties include turbot, red mullet, hake with young vegetables, swordfish and sea barnacles. Dishes are cooked very well and service is excellent. Reservations and smart dress attire are recommended at this stylish Seville restaurant.

La Juderia
Type: Spanish, Andalusian
Address: Calle Cano y Cueto, 13, Seville 41004 tel: 95-441-20-52

La Judería is a modern Spanish restaurant. Yet, it still offers traditional dishes such as roast lamb and cazuela de arrozm, as well as a variety of fresh seafood selections. A stylish Seville restaurant.

Reservations are recommended.

Les Petxines
type: Mediterranean
Address: Verdaguer 16

Her food varies with the season, her inspiration, and the availability of ingredients in local markets, but you can always expect superlatively fresh fish and shellfish ( petxines in Catalán) after which the restaurant is named. Her best example includes several versions of fish soup, some of them with a confit of lemons and shrimp-stuffed ravioli, a ragout of fish and shellfish that's extremely succulent. Meat-eaters appreciate the flavorful versions of pigeon, one of them stuffed with foie gras, that sometimes appear on the menu.

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