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Abantal, Seville

Seville, Spain, Europe
7–9 Alcalde José de la Bandera
Spain 41003
Tel: 34 954 540 000
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Don't be fooled by Abantal's location in an anonymous small street near the city center, or its low-key, neutral interior. This contemporary Andalusian restaurant is one of only two Michelin-starred options in Seville (you'll find the other at EME Catedral hotel). The tasting menu offers either seven or nine good-size courses, with or without wines (including sherry, cava, and dessert wine). Dishes include unusual regional ingredients such as sweet chivo lechal malagueño (milk-fed kid from Málaga) and tender liebre (hare), as well as the popular tartar de atún (tuna tartare), plus a new twist on famous Andalusian dishes such as salmorejo, a thick, smooth chilled soup that here is made with tangy beets rather than the typical tomatoes. Regional wines feature prominently on the list: There are semisweet whites and reds from Seville province, plus a pinot noir from the award-winning winemaker Los Aguilares in Ronda.—Fiona Flores Watson

Open Tuesdays through Saturdays 2 to 4:30 pm and 9 to 11:30 pm.

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