Tuesday, January 3, 2017

0 Justin Urbas - Where To Eat In Seville Right Now

In the years since Ferran Adria’s now shuttered El Bulli propelled Spain to the top of the world’s gastronomic scale, the culinary wizardry of the north--Barcelona, San Sebastian and environs-- has been documented thoroughly. But down south in Andalusia, the culinary scene is also active, particularly in Seville and not just in the city’s most famous creation, tapas.

But, of course, there are great tapas. The four locations of the tapas bar La Azotea are known for consistently excellent quality, helpful service and creative combinations of ingredients such as Iberian pork cheek in red wine sauce with a goat cheese gratin and cold almond soup with mango, dried tuna and basil oil. But if there are giant red prawns that day, they should not be missed. With a no reservations policy at dinner, the tables at all locations are usually jammed but if you follow a U.S. dining schedule (7:30-8:00) and not the Spanish timetable that runs several hours later, it’s easy to get in.

More at: http://www.forbes.com/sites/lauriewerner/2016/12/31/where-to-eat-in-seville-right-now/#43eabc3b5257


Post a Comment