camelia lo descubrió en octubre de 2007
Calle Betis runs along the river on the opposite side of the Guadalquivir to the main body of Sevilla. This street is always very popular at night because of the numerous eateries to choose from & the brilliant view of the city including the Plaza de Toros & Torre de Oro.
T de Triana is one of the tapas bars you should visit. Always very busy, it has a rustic charm & great views from the 5 or so high tables & stools outside, or if you don't fancy perching (after an evening of enjoying the local sherry etc), there are a couple of normal tables on either side of the door.
The food is delicious - I tried the meat balls (albondigas), cod in tomato sauce, bull's tail with chick peas & some other delights - as I visited a few times. All delicious & very reasonably priced. The sangria is also very quaffable & has a unique flavour, tasting as though it has pear rather than apple added, which gives it a subtly different & very pleasing taste.
One to add to your list of eateries to try in the beautiful city of Seville.