This tapas bar is on the other side of 'Triana' in the district of 'El Arenal' and its name is a tribute to the Sevillian bullfighter 'Pepe-Hillo'. The decoration of this bar is very inspired by bullfighting with prints of bull runs, heads of bulls on the walls, and you'll even see farming utensils in here. The bar is always is full and sometimes even too much, but it has a very pleasant and lively atmosphere. Classic dishes are on the menu and there are also tapas, as well as house specials. We recommended the 'patatas con alioli con lagrimitas de pollo' (potatoes with garlic mayonnaise and southern- fried chicken sticks), the 'espinacas con garbanzos' (spinach with chick-peas), or the 'queso frito con mermelada' (fried cheese with jam). The average price is around 15 €, so if you're around the old town, don't miss out on tasting some wine and a few of tapas in 'Pepe Hillo'!
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