Torre de la Plata
1 Calle Santander, Sevilla, Spain
954 21 33 10
Torre de la Plata Sevilla Reviews
Jul 12, 2007
This is a small tavern in the old center of Sevilla, close to the cathedral and the Avenida de la Constitución. It has a typical Andalusian interior with a high ceiling, colorful tiles, wooden tables,... The cuisine as well is mainly typically Spanish/Andalusian, yet very tasteful. The menu isn't large but has enough variation to please everyones taste, and the wine is very cheap yet good.
The service as well was correct and friendly. There is no English menu but one of the waiters (just one, literally) speaks English and translates everything for you. He didn't know the translation for eggplant, but than he drew it for us! So don't worry about having to order something without knowing for sure what it will be :)
The Torre de la Plata is open all days I guess, but it opens late (at around 8pm). We went there for dinner, yet there is a good chance that is is open during the daytime as well, for serving tapas. If you go early there is no need for reservations. Oh, and by the way, the owner will great you at the door. His name is Antonio :)
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