There are two pubs named 'Los Coloniales', one in the square of 'plaza Cristo de Burgos' and the other on the street named 'calle Fernandez and González'. Colonial products used to be sold in these pubs, which is how they got their name, but it wasn't until 1994 when Eugene García rescued the image of this place. 'Los Coloniales' always offer excellent Spanish food, like their 'tostas típicas de salmorejo y chacina' (traditional toast with tomato and bread pureé and cold meat) or 'crujiente de berenjenas con salmorejo' (crispy aubergines with tomato and bread pureé), and they also have delicious desserts like “la tía pepa”, for example. These pubs become packed, so it's best to reserve a table if you're going with others. If you're around Seville -pop in 'Los Coloniales'!
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