Let us close our eyes and be transported to the distant, shrouded in the sun and sea breeze of Spain, in its southern province of Andalusia, the city of Seville, where the annual April fair takes place. By the way, initially it was just an agricultural exhibition. And only over time it has grown into a real city holiday that brings together locals and gathers crowds of curious tourists from around the world. For seven whole days the city is reincarnated. On the streets walk girls in traditional Spanish costumes, instead of a taxi you ride on horse-drawn carriages, and the air is saturated with appetizing and alluring aromas of delicious food. And this is not without reason, because in the city center hospitable Spaniards set up tents, which are full of delicious traditional dishes, delicacies and, of course, drinks, in a word – restaurants of Spanish cuisine in the open air. But the entrance to such a tent is forbidden to tourists. You can create a festive atmosphere by eating Spanish dishes. About them and talk. Continue reading
EL PARAISO DEL JAMON
Where? Calle San Bernardo, 8
What to order? Ham sandwich
It seems that this institution was preserved in the form in which it existed once in the last century. Classic interior of Spain 70s, the corresponding smell, napkins scattered on the floor, the chefs know all the local customers in person and by name, and in the corner resting young lady from the film Almodovar.
Fortunately for us, prices are also frozen: in addition to a very cheap “Menu of the day”, you can take, for example, a sandwich with jamon, salami or spicy chorizo sausages for € 1,70. And even though the filling in the sandwich will be many times less than would put the Spanish grandmother, you will be enough to eat and not go broke. Continue reading