Where the Tapas team eats in Seville on the AC/DC tour

The legendary rock band will revolutionise the Andalusian capital tonight.

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Among Seville’s special colours is also its gastronomy, which the British-Australian hard rock band will now have the opportunity to discover and/or taste during the ‘Power up Tour 2024‘ that will take to the top of La Cartuja stadium tonight 29th May; as well as on Saturday 1st June.

With the aim of pairing their emblematic rock and roll rituals in the best possible way, TAPAS recommends AC/DC a series of modern and traditional restaurants in which to delve into the depths of Andalusian cuisine.

Lobo López

The tropical envite of the La Vida en Tapas group can boast of combining characteristics of an Andalusian patio with exotic touches. “It’s a place with an ethnic and Andalusian touch. The interiors of the restaurant are adorned by a garden that wants to highlight a natural environment”, they explain. On the table, Spanish tapas and international cuisine menus. Recommendations? The chicken salad with curry and mango and its now legendary croquettes, typical of Sevillian cuisine.

Where is it located? C. Rosario, 15, 41001.

Casa Ozama

In this elegant mansion, standing for more than 100 years, “little or nothing matters what happens outside”. Why? Because in this huge (2,000 square metres) modernist villa in the Porvenir neighbourhood, the food is very, very good. As examples, among other geniuses, are their brioche with chicharrón de Cádiz, lemon mayo and Parmesan, their dry rice with Iberian pork with secreto, pluma and grilled marrow and their beef tomahawk with parsley-garlic potatoes and Béarnaise sauce. Notice to instagramers: all the rooms breathe a lot of character and style, floral prints, luxurious fabrics, tercipelos, wallpapers, mirrors, furniture, retro lamps and details of tiles in shades of blue.

Where to find us? Av. de la Borbolla, 59, 41013.

Pan y Circo

One of the most creative and cool restaurants in Seville is Pan y Circo. A space that fuses art and gastronomy in a restaurant-gallery curated by Cristina Galeote. All this, in a setting where cultural vanguard and restoration come together with the purpose of creating a total work of art, in which both the creator and the spectator-user have an integral connection with the space, where in addition to tasting they can acquire the art and furniture that make up the scene.’

Where? Calle Rivero, 11, 41004.


It opened its doors in the summer of 2020 and since then it has become one of the city’s must-visits. Its location (on the banks of the Guadalquivir River) and its drive to please everyone at all times (aperitifs, lunches, after-dinner meals, afternoons, dinners and show nights) have a lot to do with it. In addition, of course, to its modern gastronomic style: Spéciale Lile D’Oleron Nº2 oysters; josper-roasted scallops with Japanese curry and Iberian bacon; waffles, garlic-marinated picaña and basil mayonnaise… Flavours of the world spread over 7 sophisticated spaces with nature as the common thread (and be careful, because the garden has more than 1,000 plants of 90 different species).

Where is it located? Corner of Puente de los Remedios, P.º de las Delicias, 41012.

La Barra de Cañabota

La Barra de Cañabota is one of the most legendary bars in the capital. It is the informal version of the bar and snack bar of its adjoining star restaurant, where you can enjoy Sevillian tapas, especially its fish and seafood dishes.

Where? Calle Orfila, 5, 41003.

El Disparate

Nacho Dargallo runs this gastrobar located on the terrace of The Corner House hotel, where you can enjoy his elevated interpretation of Andalusian cuisine fused with other culinary influences, and his selection the wisdom that comes from his love of wine.

Where? Alameda de Hércules, 11, Casco Antiguo, 41002.

Río Grande

Located in the heart of the Triana neighbourhood, on the banks of the Guadalquivir, the Río Grande restaurant, which belongs to the Larrumba Holding Group, is one of the capital’s great meeting points. Its privileged views of the Torre del Oro, together with its menu influenced by a powerful traditional spirit that fills outstanding dishes such as its cooked or grilled white prawns from Huelva, its pan-fried coquinas from Isla Cristina or its grilled aubergine with romesco sauce.

Where? Calle Betis, 69, 41010.


The Perro Viejo group had the great idea of installing one of its restaurants in an old 19th century palace called Picantón. A restaurant from which the art of the embers is praised through star dishes such as roast chicken, as well as other dishes cooked on its 5-metre grill.

Where? C. Cuna, 5, Casco Antiguo, 41004.