Located close to the old Carmona gateway, Becerrita is a bit of a walk from the historic center—but it's worth making the journey. (You could, of course, hop in a cab for a 5- or 10-minute ride.) It's a typical Sevillian restaurant with wooden beams and tiled walls, but with an upscale atmosphere, and prices to match. You dine in small, intimate rooms with paintings of historic Seville on the walls. The food is traditional in style, but cooked with real love and fresh local ingredients. Specialties include melt-in-your-mouth oxtail stew, baby lamb chops in garlic and sherry sauce, Iberian pork loin in a mustard crust, and ham-wrapped monkfish with artichokes and sherry sauce. There's a wine list as thick as a book, and if you're in the mood to splurge, some unusual vintages are on offer. A few years ago, tourists would have been greeted here as unexpected guests, but the place is in the guidebooks now. My tip for getting the most out of your evening is to speak some Spanish if you can. The waiters don't speak much English and tend to sit tourists in one room and locals in another. If you can speak the lingo you'll get better service and a better atmosphere, too. If you can't and they're busy, you may feel a little left out.