-By Marryam H Reshii
A charming dinner-only restaurant that serves the food of the Mediterranean region. Though Sevilla is open-air, there are pavilions with seating arrangements. Some are exposed to the elements while others are in air-conditioned cabins. It is one of the most pleasant alfresco dining experiences the city has to offer. The plancha grill and a wood-fired pizza oven occupy pride of place in the open kitchen, which is the focus of the restaurant. The menu includes dishes from all over the Mediterranean region though Spanish is the focus. This is one restaurant that is the favourite of the expatriate crowd due to the open-air component and the quality wines that are served with the food. Don't miss ordering a slew of their tapas. A wider range of Spanish cold cuts and prime ingredients than you'll see elsewhere in the city.
Review posted more than a year ago
I think they have done a great job with the overall setting and ambiance of Sevilla, it definitely is a great date place. The private chiffon draped seating near the waterfall is the best table in the house however I was expecting more authentic Spanish fare. The tapas and the paella were average, The salmon pizza was pretty good. Would also recommend the sangria.
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