There are a number of tapas bars and open air cafes in the city serving a wide variety of local delicacies. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner on one of Seville’s glorious piazzas and take in all of the beauty that the city has to offer. Many of the restaurants in the old city are small but you will be able to store your stroller or sit outside in the sunshine. Kids will love the churros (donuts served with hot chocolate) and there are plenty of kid friendly churros cafes dotted around the city.
Calle San Fernando
This is a great option for lunch and offers wood-fired pizzas and huge local salads (always served with tuna, white asparagus, and corn).
Calle Mateos Gago
This is an old school Sevillana tapas bar complete with delicious sangria and stunning views of La Giralda. The restaurant tends to be busy in summer so go early or off season.
This is a fantastic tapas bar. The cod fritters are a great option for older toddlers and the Iberian cured ham with crusty bread is a must try.
This is an Andalucian restaurant spread over two floors and with a vibrant terrace that serves local specialties like fried grouper, mussels, and enormous trays piled with ham, cheeses and salami.