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Mar 1, 2011 05:26 PM

Seville, what's open and good on Sundays? & Cordoba help.

Will be in Seville early April and on a Sunday. What are the good options for Sunday both tapas places and sit down dinner? Already have searched the board for our other days and have Abantal, Enrique Becerra, Zealai, Esalava, Vineria San Telmo, Pura Tasca on our list, anywhere else highly recommended?

Also any help for Cordoba. The same names appear over and over but the websites and reviews are not very exciting. Seems like Cordoba is a place where people go for a day trip see the Mesquita and move on and food is not a priority like it is for me. We will be there for 3 nights so I need some CH help.

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    1. Many good tapas places will be open on Sunday nights.
      La Bodega on Pl. Alfalfa; also other tapas bars on the square
      Casa Morales in Arenal
      Casa Cuesta, one in Arenal and another in Triana
      Sol y Sombra in Triana, good for tapas and sit down
      Can't help with Cordoba.

      1. Must stop at El Caballo Rojo for their oxtail stew (Rabo de Toro). Will it be the Semana Santa or Feria time? Lots of tapas jaunts to choose from..

        1. Wish I could remember the name of the place we ate at in Cordoba. It was on a street going almost straight away from the top end of the mesquita (from the orange patio) on the left. It seemed rather touristy, but the food was top notch. I specifically remember having a white gazpacho, made with ground almonds, garlic, lime juice and cut up grapes. They gave us two small glasses of montilla on the house along with our bill. Brilliant!