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There are two of these restaurants in the city and both offer dishes which are as tasty as the other.

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Mesón Cinco Jotas

A 5J restaurant.

This tavern is part of a chain of high quality restaurants which are distributed over several cities. The 'Mesón Cinco Jotas' in Seville has two restaurants: the 'Cinco Jotas Arfe' and the 'Cinco Jotas Albareda'. The former is situated on the street of 'calle Castelar' with views of the 'plaza de Maestranza' square, whereas the 'Albareda' is on the street named 'calle Sierpes', which is very near the 'Reales Alcázares' and the cathedral, and has a terrace that's very busy in the summer. In the 'Mesón Cinco Jotas' restaurants, you'll find quality fresh produce at a good price. In these pubs, you can enjoy their famous 'croquetas de jamón 5J' (5J ham croquettes), 'croquetas de jamón de bellota' (acorn-fed Iberian ham croquettes) or 'caña de lomo' (pork loin). Besides their famous 'jamón' (or ham), it's also recommended to try other 'tapas' or their 'salmorejo' (tomato and bread pureé). They pull a good beer here, so it can be a good option for refreshing your throat.



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