When Cervantes ate here in the late 16th century, he called Las Escobas a taberna antigua, since it had already been around since 1386. That makes it (probably) the oldest eating establishment in Europe. Las Escobas has been in the hands of its current owners for more than 40 years. Of all the restaurants on and just off the cathedral square, we feel this spot gives the best value for the money and does the best job preparing traditional cuisine.
Restaurante Las Escobas
Calle Alvarez Quintero, 62
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours Daily noon–midnight Transportation Bus: C5 Phone 95-456-04-16 Prices Tapas 2.80€; main courses 11€–17€; daily menu 16€; tasting menu 44€ Cuisine type Traditional Web site Restaurante Las Escobas
MapCalle Alvarez Quintero, 62 Seville
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