Taberna Coloniales is the kind of place you would live at if you were going to college in Sevilla, although the crowd certainly isn’t limited to university students. While the food isn’t refined and doesn’t compare to some of the other places in the area, it is representative of the local cuisine, the servings are huge, and the prices are low.
The atmosphere at Taberna Coloniales is old school Andalucían, from the tiled walls to the exposed beams. The place gets crowded, so go during off hours if you don’t want to wait for a seat, especially if you want to sit at one of the coveted terrace tables that look out upon the beautiful Plaza Cristo De Burgos. This isn’t the kind of place you go expecting to have your mind blown by the quality, but if you are looking for a cheap and satisfying meal in a lively spot with loads of character, Taberna Coloniales is an excellent choice.
What to Order
- Solomillo al whiskey
- Zanahoria aliñada
- Crujiente de berenjenas con miel
- Pavia de merluza