The Best Fresh Food Markets in Seville

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Best Fresh food Market in Seville

Food Lover? Than you will find your direct way to a food market if that is the case. Seville is blessed with wonderful samples of amazing markets showing the best of local products and  you can  emerge yourself  into the world of  local food tradition and habits. Struggle yourself among the amazing overwhelming stalls as colorful as painter’s palette. Try out the  bars and restaurants full of local dishes  I will guide you through the 3 most attractive markets in 3 different parts and neighbourhood of Seville.

1. Triana Food Market

Triana Food Market in the  Triana Neighbourhood just across of the Isabel II bridge by the locals called Triana Bridge. In the lower part of the market are the remains of the Castle of San Jorge, the seat of the inquisition court. A short walk from Seville downtown.

The Market was restored and modernized in 2001 and is now a referent in Seville offering excellent  stolls of  fruits, vegetables, fresh meat and fish and legums and other local products like olives and flavourful cured ham and cheese stoll. Inside the market you also have a small tablao flamenco with only 23 seaats that holds a show evenry evening. You can also find small tapas stolls where you can sit en enjoy today’s menu or  local  traditional dishes like  salmorejo soup, croquettes and other typically Sevillian tapas.

Open from Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Address: Calle San Jorge, 6, 41010 Sevilla, Spain  Phone: +34 674 07 40 99

triana food market

2. Encarnacion Food Market

You find the Food Market at the Metropol Parasol space (Plaza de la Encarnación),The most modern food Market in the World at street level, reopened in 2005. Though is has been a local Market place since the middle of the 18th Century. Today it is the ground floor of the " Setas " Local name of the monument constructed by the architect Jürgen Mayer's, The most extensive archeological site of the historic centre, the Antiquarium, roman ruins from 3 - 4th Century and in the upper area, there is the best 360º view of Seville in the city. The food market offers 2,200 square meters with 40 stolls where you can find a wide variety of fruits and vegetables stalls; fish and shellfish; meats, recova, groceries, delicatessen, frozen, bars, many of the stolls offer tastings and the market is surrounded by local tapas bars, restaurants and shops, being this place a comment meeting point for the locals. Opening hours: 09:00 - 14:00 Monday to Saturday. Address:Plaza de la Encarnación Telephone (+34) 954 561 512

Encarnación food Market

Calle Feria Food Market

At the side of the Omium Santorum Church, dating from the 13th century, close to the Alameda District. It is one of the oldest markets in the city, where you can feel the local atmosphere. On Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, it is very busy – an ideal place to buy and taste the specialties of Sevillian cuisine. It is divided into two buildings, separated by a small alleyway. There are the usual displays of fresh fish, meat and produce, as well as a well-stocked florist and some small shops that run along the outside of the market. On the plaza / square outside the market facing the church there are table and chairs where you can enjoy maybe the biggest attraction, the fabulous market bar that serves fresh fish and seafood tapas. The service is fast & friendly and it’s a great place to stop off for a quick bite. Opening hours: Tuesday and Wednesday: 12:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays: 1:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. Sundays: 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Address: Plaza Calderón de la Barca s/n Phone: (+34) 633 548 347

Mercado del Barranco

Next to the Triana Bridge and the along side the Guadalquivir River, you’ll find the Lonja del Barranco. The perfect gastronomic space for an emotional culinary experience. The space itself with is clarity and beauty and the moderne vibs decoration is what most impacts but also attracts you when entering to the market. Whether you are local or tourist this elegant and historical monumental building designed by Gustave Eiffel, "although there are no exact documents to prove it", is stunning. With more than 20 unique and reputable catering stalls, it becoming a reference point for its Sevillian and Spanish culinary quality. whether you decide to sit outside or at the centrical plaza surrounded by the stalls you will always find a comfortable and at the same time chic atmosphere. The wide variety of stalls, from oyster caterer to cured ham cutter stall. Opening hours Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Address:C/ Arjona, 28 Phone: (+34) 954 220 495

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