Las Teresas is located at the heart of the Santa Cruz neighbourhood and it is an authentic bar from 1870 whose aesthetic reflects the Andalusian tradition made of Feria de Abril and Corrida.
This is why Las Teresas is also home to the best Jamon Iberico de Bellota de Jabugo: “de Bellota” means that the pig was fed only with acorn, living open air and “de Jabugo” indicates that he comes from La Sierra de Huelva, a town close to Sevilla.
This jamon was incredibly good as the lean meat melted with the fat making it tasty and soft at the same.
Furthermore we ate it with a delicious Rioja Marqués de Riscal red wine: the perfect combination!
We also had another typical dish from Sevilla: spinach with chickpeas and spices.
At Las Teresas there is no gluten free bread available but I enjoyed everything I ate nonetheless.
It is one place to go if you want to experience the real Sevilla: it is recommended by local people as they know they can eat great Spanish cold cuts, cheese and enjoy a typical bar “de toda la vida”, as they say it here!