Barrio Alfalfa, Seville, Spain
An excellent breakfast is served daily: warm pastries,
freshly squeezed orange juice and a pot of coffee. Or you can opt
for a Mediterranean breakfast - a platter of manchego, Greek
yoghurt with honey, that sort of thing - along with some superb
fruit and veg juices (the kiwi, apple and mint is particularly
refreshing). Whilst sitting on the roof terrace later on, we were
brought lemonade and salted nuts - a nice touch. There is also an
all-day snack menu serving various tapas in the stylish bar
Guests staying in the Penthouse Suite can make use of their kitchenette for light snacks - ideal if you're having a lazy day beside your private plunge pool.
For other meals, there are fantastic eateries in the vicinity. Seville is tapas Mecca: follow your nose or spot the bars with the locals in. The Sevillians like to go on a tapas crawl in the evenings, having a couple of platas in each bar. The cod in tomato and spinach with chickpeas at Rinconcillo was great, and delicious jamon iberico hangs in most eateries. For a haute cuisine experience head to San Fernando 27 for a white truffle risotto or filet mignon, preceded by an amuse bouche of local sausage with a foam of clam. Outstanding.
- Walk to restaurants
- Snack menu