Showing posts with the label Seville

Bar el comercio - Seville

Date: December 20, 2017 Address: Calle Lineros, 9, 41004 Sevilla, Spain Trip Advisor Review Rating: 4.0 out of 5 Feedback Went for breakfast and got churros con chocolate and leche manchada Churros was good. Not too thick and not too hollow inside. Chocolate was a bit weird though for me. Do not expect it to be too sweet since I think it is not milk chocolate, just ltad sweet but for me, tastes really watery and diluted, whcih is surprising considering it was a "thick" chocolate. Also if you are only trying it, try just media (half).  I ordered a racion (full portion).

Best Latte in Sevilla (Sevilla)

Spain in general has good coffee but for those who are looking for great flat whites or latte with great simple latte art, you might be slightly disappointed as there are not a lot of them.  Spanish just usually order cafe solo (black) or cafe con leche (with milk). Fortunately found a couple of good cafes and this are in order of preference 1. Virgin coffee Address: Calle Regina, 1, 41003 Sevilla  Website: Small but great cafe. The owner, Pedro, is also the barista and cheaper than the other cafes I have tried since a latte costs 1.50 or 2.0 depending on size.  Drinking the latte, I can taste the strong bitter coffee but not overpowering, just enough blend with milk. Also note, since he is the only one here... he might close the shop every now and then. Pedro and his latte creations 2. T orch Coffee Roasters Address:  Ave. Paseo de las Delicias, 3, 41001 Sevilla Another good cafe with great latte.  Quite

Casa palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija

Website: Address:   Calle Cuna, 8, 41004 Sevilla Entrance: 6 Euros for just the ground floor 9 Euros for ground + first floor.  First floor is only accessible as part of a guided tour which takes around 30 minutes No Photos for the first floor though :) It's apparently free for Mondays (as most other places are). - but only for the ground floor Feedback: Prolly took me an 1.5 hr in total to go around the place as it was a small but really nice house built around 16th Century but was most renovated by the Countess in the 19th century.  The Patio is amazing and much more are the mosaics which were imported from italica and are still pretty much preserved and so are parts of the mansion that were installed in the house like the ceiling and the tiles. Ganymede ( Greek mythology) becoming an Eagle Ceiling and White status imported from a palace The Patio The Mosaic in the Patio