Condé Nast Traveller
Puerta Catedral

Sultry flamenco star Seville is funking up her folksy routine with a cool new riff. So where should we look for the new hip Seville? Where to eat and drink (…)

Either because of its industrial-meets-vintage interior or its well-judged and sometimes original tapas (foie gras with cardamom chutney; baby squid with lettuce sauce), the 'black sheep' has been one of Seville's revelations in recent years. Ovejas Negras' sister restaurant Mamarracha nearby is a worthy companion with its raw-brick and polished-concrete interiors and a menu specialising in chargrilled meats and fish. It's also one of the few good places in town open on a Monday night.