1. Casa Robles
This restaurant has won awards for its exemplary Andalusian cooking and boasts an all-encompassing wine menu. The terrace affords a lovely view of the Cathedral.
This modern restaurant perfectly fuses Mediterranean cooking with Japanese culinary traditions. The décor is simple, making for a calm environment. Given their use of seasonal produce, the menu changes regularly.
3. El Rinconcillo
Dating from the 17th century, this is the oldest restaurant in Spain. Located behind San Pedro’s Church, it serves traditional Arab-Andalusian cooking crafted from time-honoured recipes.
4. Casa Ricardo
Although it's famous for its croquettes, Casa Ricardo also serves full meals and tapas. While Spanish cuisine caters typically to meat lovers, original vegetarian tapas are also featured here, made using top-quality ingredients. Check it out if you are ever near the Jesús del Gran Poder Basilica.
5. Eme Catedral Hotel
You can eat, or simply have a drink or two, on the terrace at the Eme Catedral Hotel. It is reputed to offer the most beautiful views of the cathedral, especially at night, to the offbeat beat of modern electric music.