Sometime ago I decided to start an innovative idea as an alternative to the typical crowded restaurants that appear in all the tourist guides. The intention was to open the doors of my house and welcome all travelers who visit Seville and wish to live a unique experience through a perfect pairing, local cuisine and social relationships.
You will get to know the house of a host and you will share dinner with other travelers from various parts of the world who are visiting Seville just like you, having the opportunity to make new friends while enjoying authentic Spanish cuisine. At the same time I would love to tell you more about this incredible city and give you tips about authentic places that you should not miss, both gastronomic and cultural, and which you probably would not discover yourself unless you are given the help from a local.
I am going to prepare a series of typical dishes of Andalusian cuisine, all handcrafted with fresh seasonal products.
Manchego cheese with walnuts and quince
Spanish omelette with peppers
Iberian ham croquettes
Salmorejo with Iberian ham and boiled eggs
Iberian pork cheeks garnished with rosemary potatoes
Candy passion dessert
* Wine pairing is included for each dish and plus a glass of cava. There is also a possibility of having beer, soft drinks or water on request.
The dinners take place in a privileged outdoor setting, a typical Sevillian house, classified by the City Council as a protected and cultural heritage. It was built by the famous architect Anibal Gonzalez, the main reference of Sevillian regionalist architecture and Director Architect of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929.
If the weather permits us, the events will take place on the porch, with candles and incense and while listening to a traditional flamenco music.
*Given the adverse circumstances that we are experiencing lately with the pandemic, we need to gradually recover the feeling of normality and return to enjoying unforgettable evennings, still within a high and demanding security framework that transmits confidence for the diner.
In this sense, dinners will be served after previous disinfection of furniture, cutlery, crockery, tablecloth and napkins, the latter washed at 60º.
$82 per guest
September 26, 2021 · 20.30-22.30
Left 8 seats remaining
Manchego cheese with nuts and quince
spanish omelette Iberian
Salmorejo (Tomato cream accompanied with iberico ham and boiled eggs)
Iberian Cheeks with garnish of potatoes sautéed with rosemary
Every dish will be paired with local wines as Manzanilla, Sangría, Ribera del Duero, Pedro Ximenez
Coffee or Tea.