The best way to get to know the most important city of Andalusia is surely to immerse yourself in it and live an authentic, true local experience. In a 3,5 hrs walking food tour you will dive into this world of culinary experiences, during which you will try only the best dishes of each restaurant. A local guide will take you through the beautiful streets of the old town, passing by the most famous monuments, while giving you an insight into the history and culture.
Below, you'll find a list of the possible tastings:
- Montadito de pringá - “Montaditos” is a typical Spanish finger food consisting in sandwiches with various fillings. Pringá is low-fat and slow-cooked pork roast that simply melts away on your tongue.
- Carrillada de carne - The Iberian carilla in sauce is a very famous recipe and that everyone likes. It is tasty and tender meat (usually pork), very easy to eat and that is perfectly accompanied by a vegetable sauce and chips.
- Fried Squid or Anchovies - Seville is only 30 minutes from the coast, from where it receives the best fish: the most typical are anchovies or squid, eaten mainly fried in hot oil.
- Tortilla de patatas - The Spanish potato tortilla is an international topseller, thanks to its adaptability as side dish, hot dish and starter. This recipe includes onions too.
- Salmorejo - This purée-like cold soup consists mainly of tomato and bread, but as in most of the Andalusian recipes, extra virgin olive oil and garlic add a special note to its taste.
- Chorizo de bellota - This typical Spanish acorn-fed pork sausage is usually cured or fried.
- Goat Cheese with honey - The local cheese production is very important in Spain and the famous and tasteful goat cheese, oven-baked and topped with honey will delight your palate.
- Russian salad - Every traditional Spanish cookbook has an ensaladilla rusa recipe. This Russian potato salad recipe includes peas, and carrots and tuna, dressed with homemade mayonnaise. Sometimes shrimps and hard-boiled eggs are added too.
- Churros con chocolate - This is THE dessert (eaten at all times of the day) in the South of Spain. Churros are long-shaped doughnuts fried in hot oil and traditionally dipped in a cup of hot chocolate.