Right across a small plaza from the Mercado de Triana, this historic tapas bar and drinking place of fishermen and bullfighters still boasts the checkerboard marble floors and ornate polished bar of its late 19th-century origins. Known for salty classics such as jamón serrano, triangles of Manchego cheese, and potato salad with lots of garlic, Casa Cuesta is also acclaimed for its flamequines. They consist of a piece of pork sirloin wrapped in jamón serrano, battered, and deep-fried. They make you thirsty for another beer, which is the point.