Very fine dining in a wonderful location—that's what Abades Triana is aiming for. Set on the other side of the river from the city, there are few better places for a memorabledining experience. The views of Seville are lovely, particularly when the city is floodlit after dark. When the weatherisn't too hot (or too cold), you can sit outside on the riverbank terrace. The restaurant's atmosphere is refined, stylish, and a world away from the hubbub and chaos of many of the tapas places back in the center of town. Previous diners here include Spanish tennis legend Rafael Nadal. But while Rafa's service is always perfect, the service and food here tend to be a bit hit and miss. On the right night, it absolutely delivers and it feels worth parting with some €70 a person for the experience. Other nights, less so—it's not awful, but it's just OK. And that's the problem. If you're paying top dollar you need that "night to remember" experience every time. The set menus definitely offer better value than à la carte—€125 for two people gets you three courses and a decent bottle of champagne. The lunchtime business menu for €35 is a better value still, and the one I'd opt for.