LA BRUNILDA Tapas Bar is one unassuming place located near the famous bullring in Sevilla. The exact address is Calle Galera 5, and it's worth the trip for sure! We ordered quite a number of tapas here and was dazzled by each serving. Perfect portions, superb plating, and everything tastes divine.
The Mushroom Risotto is the best I've tried anywhere. Absolutely delicious! The taste is so simple with just about the right proportion of saltiness to it. The Idiazabal cheese does the trick all the time!
This duck confit sitting on a bed of peas, spiced and creamed carrots and pistachios is both playful and savory. You can't go wrong ordering this one.
Scallops with creamed cauliflowers with sliced sausages and herring roe? Why ever not? The plating as you can see is 5 stars. And it tastes as good as it looks.
Foie Gras always hits the spot. Having it served with pears cooked in red wine and spiced bread is the bomb! Forgive all these exclamation marks but I am writing exactly how I feel. The gustatory delight is truly one exclamation point.
It almost sounds out of place to be ordering tuna tataki here. But I've read good reviews about this dish and while I'm not a big fan of couscous, we ordered it and we weren't disappointed. I only wish there were more veggies on this dish.
The sweet potatoes flavored and creamed with Idiazabal cheese and pistachios proved to be a big hit with us. Especially when paired with grilled Iberian pork shoulder. How can something this good cost less than 5€? In fact all the food items above are priced at only 4.50€ to 4.80€ except for the Foie Gras which costs 5.50€.
The grilled octopus with veggies and soy mayo came after several mouth-watering tapas but excited us just the same. It's still grilled pulpo with a modern twist. Yum.
I am not sure what this is. We ordered the Tapas for the day and got this delicious dish. Who cares what it is when everything that touched our lips here is muy sabroso?
And we were certainly not leaving without a proper dessert! We had a sliver of each and thus left La Brunilda smiling from ear to ear. I cannot recommend this place enough. I would go back and order the same dishes, plus more, in a heartbeat!
One final advice. Come early. They open at 1pm but it's best to be at their doorstep a good half hour before then. Buen Provecho!