“Located in an
eighteenth-century Sevillian manor house where, according to popular
rumor, Don Juan Tenorio might have been born.”
Cruz, in the heart of Barrio Santa Cruz, your most delicious memory of
In the heart of Barrio Santa
Cruz, in the popular Plaza de los Venerables
The restaurant occupies the
ground floor of a typical Sevillian manor house, full of enchantment
and legend, where according to popular rumor Don Juan Tenorio, eternal
lover of Doña Inés, might have been born.
The main dining room is set
in a classic Sevillian courtyard, with black and white marble floor
and columns and a central fountain that soothes diners with its
A second dining room is
decorated in bullfighting style: badges, toreador suits, capes,
photos, paintings, and bulls’ heads turn it into a miniature
Bullfighting Museum, well worth a visit.
The restaurant also has an
entrance off the famous Calle de la Pimienta, one of the best-known
and beloved streets of Seville, through a small garden studded with
jasmine, night jasmine, and bougainvillea.
quality-based kitchen outdoes itself in the specialties of our region,
with traditional recipes expertly carried out, such as ANDALUSIAN
GAZPACHO, THICK NOODLE AND MUSSEL SOUP, the delicious JAMÓN SERRANO,
the typical FISH FRY, SAUTÉED GARLIC SHRIMP, ANDALUSIAN PAELLA, BULL’S
TAIL A LA MAESTRANZA, SEVILLIAN VEAL STEW…
Pay special attention to our
menu, so characteristically Sevillian, if you want to get a taste for
our appetizing cuisine.
Our desserts are all
homemade: EGG CUSTARD, COOKED CREAM, CANDIED PEARS, SCENTED MELON
Restaurante Santa Cruz offers
three perfectly separate spaces: the columned Central Courtyard with
its central fountain; the Bull Room, a miniature museum; and the
garden courtyard with an entrance off the popular Calle Pimienta.
Restaurante Santa Cruz also
has an open-air terrace, set in Plaza de los Venerables, where our
customers can taste the best of Sevillian cuisine while enjoying the
typical feel of Barrio Santa Cruz.
The Restaurant Santa Cruz has been
with Sello Commitment of Spanish Tourist