Best Brunch In Seville: The Definitive Guide
This southern Spanish city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe and for good reason! Perhaps most famous for its Flamenco dancing, friendly local population, and historic architecture, Seville is also an incredible culinary city.
While the brunch trend is traditionally an American institution, it has grown more popular throughout Europe, with each culinary tradition serving up its own delicious interpretation to hungry customers every weekend. This is especially the case in Spain, and there are hundreds of world-class tapas bars, restaurants, and cafés serving up amazing breakfast in Seville. You’ll find that the Andalusian capital’s tapas bars are primed to take on the social brunch crowds, and both locals and tourists fill the dining rooms and patios on weekends to relax and socialize over eggs benedict, delicious coffee, and mimosas.
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Bar El Comercio
Casco Antiguo ꘡ Friday 7:30 AM–1:00 PM, Saturday 8:00 AM–1:00 PM
If you want brunch, done the Spanish way, head to Bar el Comercio in Seville’s old town, Casco Antiguo. For Saturday brunch, you’ll find this charming tapas bar packed with regulars along with foodies who have done their research. While the menu has plenty of savory dishes like their exceptional Spanish tortilla, the churros are the most popular menu items. Pair these finger doughnuts (fluffy on the inside, crispy and dusted with sugar on the outside) with a dipping sauce and their incredible local coffee. Bar ElComercio also serves sinfully delicious homemade cakes and pastries.
After you’ve had your fill of churros, hot chocolate, and café con leche, take a walk around Old Town. The architecture is incredible, and you’ll find some of the best shopping in Seville here.
Santa Catalina / Casco Antiguo ꘡ Weekends 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Santa Catalina is one of the most fashionable areas in Seville, with dozens of boutiques, designer stores, and vintage shops for fashionable local shoppers to explore. The early morning crowds tend to take a break at La Cacharrería for open-faced sandwiches, breakfast bowls, freshly-made juices, refreshing smoothies, and other buzzy brunch dishes. If you’re there later in the day, try one of their mojitos to pair with eggs benedict or a tostada. La Cacharrería is sometimes hard to find, as it’s tucked away behind the Metropol Parasol, which can be swamped with tourists during peak season.
Regina ꘡ Monday to Saturday 7:00 AM - 1:00 PM
This tapas bar on Plaza de la Encarnación serves up some of the best churros in Seville, which is high praise as there are some incredible churros in this city. Try them with a rich chocolate dipping sauce and pair it with a café con leche or an espresso. The sidewalk patio is great for relaxing and people watching over brunch, and there are a number of excellent landmarks within walking distance. La Centuria is located near Palacio de las Dueñas, one of the best Museums in Seville, so you can plan the perfect Seville itinerary around your Saturday brunch! This is not just one of the best breakfast experiences, but one of the best ways to take in a truly authentic Spanish atmosphere in Seville.
Otto Cafe / Cafe Otto
Feria ꘡ Weekends 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Things are made simple for ordering your new favorite brunch at Café Otto. For a reasonable set price, you can choose from a variety of options. Delicious coffee from a local roaster or freshly-made orange juice? Homemade bagel or toast? Iberian ham, bacon, or chorizo with your eggs? Croissant or churro? You can choose from all of these options to create your dream brunch.
Café Otto also serves Seville’s best English breakfast. This is not an English breakfast with a Spanish twist, it’s a proper English breakfast that visitors from the UK can vouch for. Another reason weekend brunch is so popular is the location. The outdoor seating has perfect views of the square, so don’t be surprised that some groups stretch their brunch well into the afternoon, some even decide to indulge in some tapas plates.
Billy Brunch Sevilla
Museo ꘡ Everyday 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Located near the Plaza de Armas, and the Museum Quarter, this stylish bistro is one of the most popular brunch restaurants in Seville. Because of the prime location and sterling reputation for serving decadent pancakes and indulgent eggs benedicts, getting a table for Saturday brunch can be challenging. The trendy crowd starts lining up for their mimosas and tostadas pretty early, so it’s best to plan ahead, especially if you are planning a trip to the museum post-brunch.
Feria ꘡ Friday/Saturday 8:30 AM–1:00 PM, Sunday 9:00 AM–4:00 PM
If you’ve strayed away from the Old City and central districts, there are still plenty of incredible restaurants, especially in the Feria neighborhood, a popular place to stay in Seville. Rafael is a foodie’s favorite tapas bar that serves weekend brunch in their rustic dining room. The decor sets a relaxed tone with terracotta floors, a gorgeous terrace for outdoor seating, and friendly service. Expect tapas-style brunch dishes like toast with eggs and jamón and crispy pork belly benedicts with Spanish ingredients.
Feria ꘡ Weekends 8:30 AM -3:00 PM
Situated on Alameda de Hércules, Cafe Piola serves one of the best brunches in Feria, the foodie’s paradise in Seville. Because they serve their brunch menu well into the afternoon, you won’t have to worry about showing up at sunrise just to be guaranteed a table. The atmosphere is comfortable and friendly, and Piola’s cozy dining room can accommodate groups of all sizes and families. The delicious coffee is locally roasted, and their tostadas are some of the best in Seville. After you’ve had a café con leche and some breakfast croquettes, head down the Alameda de Hercules to tour the large open square flanked by Roman Columns and leafy trees.
Feria ꘡ Weekends 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sam Fernando is the flagship restaurant and attraction for the Hotel Alfonso XIII, one of Seville’s five-star hotels. The opulent decor with Corinthian marble columns and classical paintings on the walls is a tribute to Seville’s patron saint: Saint Ferdinand. The brunch is about as fancy as the setting, with traditional Spanish dishes being served with only the slightest modern twists. The brunch crowd is far from stuffy, despite the luxurious nature of the Hotel and restaurant. Churros are popular, especially for families. The Iberian ham is served with eggs and toast and is simple but unbelievably satisfying. If you want a truly luxurious brunch experience, San Fernando is your best bet.
Feria ꘡ Weekends 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
While there are some Spanish tostadas and other savory regional dishes on the menu, Cafe Moma’s pancakes are the best in Seville, with a stack served with rich and melty butter, seasonal fruit, and molasses-thick Maple syrup. There are also a wide array of freshly baked pastries, cakes, and other sweet treats to choose from. Their menu of tostada options is rotating, with seasonal ingredients and tapas-inspired toppings making this a delicious way to experience brunch the Spanish way.
Voilá Café & Brunch
City Centre ꘡ Everyday 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Near the Sevilla Santa Justa Station, Voilá Café is in a prime location for attracting the brunch crowd, which explains the crowds on Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons. This popular eatery’s cozy interior and stylish decor make it a pleasant spot to post up for some satisfying tostadas or indulgent stacks of pancakes. Luckily, the food is as delicious as the dining room is Instagram-able! It’s most certainly worth exploring the area after brunch, as Voilá Café is located in the heart of Seville, and the people watching is next-level.
Bodega El Picadero
Multiple Locations ꘡ Weekends 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
This chain of Bodega cafés is the perfect option if you want something delicious and convenient. Their menu of classic Andalusian favorites includes tostadas, montadito (small sandwiches), and chorizo. The decor is fashionable with Sevillano tiles and rustic dark wood throughout. Check out their spots at Calle Almansa, Calle Agruijo, Calle Tarifa, and their location at Calle Granada and Calle Francisco Bruna near the Árbol Pixel (Navidad) landmark.
Regina ꘡ Weekends 7:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Er Tito can be hard to find. Located in the heart of the city, tucked away behind the Metropol Parasol is a small tapas bar that is quietly serving some of the best small bites and brunch dishes in Seville. If you want an authentic Spanish brunch, this is your spot. Puntillitas fritas, Serrano ham, Iberian ham, regional cheeses, local olive oil, and organic cage-free eggs are all ingredients going into their benedicts and tostadas. Everything is homemade. Everything is delicious.
Feria ꘡ Friday 7:00 AM–4:00 PM, Saturday 12:30–4:00 PM
Located just down the street from the Catedral de Sevilla, La Taberna de Gongora (known as “La Taberna” among Seville’s foodies) serves one of the best brunches in the city. The stylish interior fits nicely with Taberna’s building, which dates back to the 1600s. This family business specializes in tapas, and their brunch menu reflects this. Think small plates, but with Spanish tortillas, tostadas, and lots of fresh regional ingredients. Iberian ham with eggs and toast? Simple but executed perfectly. Ceviche for breakfast? Seville’s foodies seem to enjoy that, as it’s incredibly popular. Brunch tends to be a quick affair at La Taberna, so if you’re looking for an all-day affair soaked with mimosas and bloody marys, you might want to look elsewhere. If you have other brunch plans, La Taberna’s true strength is their tapas, so it’s highly recommended that you swing by in the evening!
Feria ꘡ Friday-Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM
If you want an American-style brunch with locally brewed craft beer, head to Calle Feria and stop by this trendy bar and eatery. Fried chicken and waffles with homemade syrup are the headliners on their weekend brunch, especially when paired with a sweet stout or porter. The eggs benedict comes with salmon or crispy bacon, and pairs nicely with one of their many brunch cocktails. The crowd can be a little rowdy, as the atmosphere for weekend brunch is a social affair. If you make it to Bierkraft later in the day and miss brunch, their incredible selection of international and local craft beers is more than worth the trip, as this is among the best beer bars in Seville.
Brunch is the perfect meal for exploring a new city, especially if you’re traveling with a group! It’s a social meal that sets the tone for a fun afternoon visiting museums, bar-hopping in a fun neighborhood, or simply walking around and enjoying the parks. With so many iconic landmarks, vibrant neighborhoods, and gorgeous green spaces, Seville is not short on options for a post-brunch activity. Let Bounce take care of the bags so you can enjoy your eggs benedict and mimosas before making the most out of your adventure in Seville!