Seville’s Calle Antonia Diaz has a number of tapas bars, but we decided to choose Meson Serranito as it looked the most atmospheric. The restaurant was quiet and we had a choice of tables in what opened out into quite a large restaurant. The bar and walls were lined with tiled bull fighting sequences, and other bull fighting memorabilia.
We had beers, one of the best I had in Seville, and chose a shared platter of meats and cheese. There were four types of meat with completely different, tastes and textures. And best of all, there were equal numbers of each, so no arguments. The bill came to €24.