One of the sensations that everybody brings in their suitcases when visiting a city such as Seville is related to gastronomy, recipes and flavours. That in the capital you can eat well (and cheaply) is something known to almost all the whole world and that there are typical recipes such as potato omelette or exquisite gazpacho that in Seville taste differently. Recipes such as Olivier salad, one of the gastronomic “musts” that you should try during any visit to the orange blossom city.
With a special touch and a unique taste, the salad is a dish that (either as a “tapa” or “first course”) forms part of the menu of the principal restaurants and bars in the city. The best and most recommended by lovers of this wonderful Olivier salad? Those which can be found in the centre of Seville and that today we highlight so that you have them under control for your next visit.
The San Eloy Patio
In the mythical San Eloy street and just a short distance from the beautiful Duque Square, Sierpes street and our hotel Petit Palace Canalejas Seville, you will find the San Eloy Patio. A 100% original restaurant where the salad made in Seville is an authentic religion. Whether you are seated in the upper part or in the stands of the ground floor (placed as a bullring) sampling the salad in these surroundings is definitely very enjoyable.
Los Coloniales Tavern
If you already know Seville and have visited the Los Coloniales Tavern you will agree with us that everything is delicious. Try a wonderful salad together with some “calamares del campo” (rings of fried onions and pimentos) or a sirloin steak, roque style, one of those gastronomic experiences that you can only enjoy in a city such as Seville. Taking as a starting point the Petit Palace Marques de Santa Ana, you just have to make your way to the central Plaza del Cristo de Burgos (known by the locals as the Plaza of San Pedro).
La Antigua Bodeguita
In the heart of the Plaza del Salvador, where the first Muslim mosque in the city is situated and in which you will capture the pure essence of Seville, you will find the Antigua Bodeguita (Ancient Cellar), a very small bar where you can try a tasty Olivier salad together with extra large olives (typical of the city). To arrive here is simple if you are staying at the Petit Palace Santa Cruz because it is less than 10 minutes away if you take the narrow streets of the centre.