What is it? The Eslava was one of the first of the new breed of Sevillano tapas bars to serve contemporary cuisine. Still a big local favourite, it’s always a squeeze to get into the simple, blue-painted bar, but well worth it for the creative tapas.
Why go? It’s hard to pick a favourite here, but the signature dish – a slow-cooked egg on a wild mushroom ‘cake’ with caramelised wine reduction – is hard to beat. The menu also has plenty of deftly handled classics, such as succulent clams with garlic and olive oil.