Delicious servings of the most traditional Andalusian cuisine - 'pescaíto frito'.
Fried fish and more.
The perfect place for crispy fried food: 'calamares fritos' (fried squid) or 'pescaíto frito' (little fried fish). In 1930, the 'Kiosko de Las Flores' was established on the street of 'calle Betis', in the centre of Seville. We invite you to enjoy its food in its terrace next to the Guadalquivir River. The outstanding dishes among their specialties are the 'merluza en tacos' (hake tacos), 'gambas fritas' (fried prawns), 'puntillitas' (fried baby squid), 'acedías' (plaice) or 'cazon de adobo' (marinated dogfish). But not everything is fried here, they also have cheeses, grilled prawns, vegetable stews, meats and paellas. The 'Kiosko de Las Flores' has become more than famous in the Andalusian city and it's practically a cult place for lovers of fried fish. Remember that it opens every day except Mondays.