El Rinconcillo' seems to be the oldest bar in Seville, considering that it opened for the first time in 1670 and hasn't stopped serving wonderful tapas since. Don't miss its interior, which is among the most authentic and oldest in the city when it comes to bars. Its interior couldn't be any more extraordinary! Come in and have a glass of wine to find, what was said to be the dining rooms of a convent in the past, and then make the most of your visit by trying its menus that are between 28 and 52 € with deluxe dishes like 'parrillada de marisco' (barbecued seafood), 'gambas de Huelva' (shrimps of Huelva) or 'arroz caldoso con bogavante' (lobster risotto). You can also choose their tapas, which are cheaper, like the 'pavías de bacalao' (battered cod), 'chocos' (cuttlefish) or 'coquinas de la casa' (house wedge shells).
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