I have one word for Seville, AMAZING!
From the scenery, to the sights, to the weather, to the food, Seville really does have it ALL
Before I left I actually didn’t do a lot of research on how good/bad they are with dietary requirements (very unlike me) BUT when I arrived I was SO surprised
I went for a short 3 night trip beginning on the 6th June. Just to give you a heads up I wouldn’t go any later as it was HOT & getting hotter EVERY day.
We stayed at the H10 Corregidor hotel which I would 100% recommend! The hotel is beautiful, the breakfast is AMAZING & the location was perfect for us (me & my partner) oh and the price was SO reasonable 💰
We had breakfast included to which the hotel caters for gluten free YAY 🍞
The gluten free is shown as a separate section, including cookies 🍪 (by the way UNREAL) muffins, fresh bread which the waiter would bring to me freshly toasted & a WHOLE range of gluten free selection. As well as this they had a massive variety of meats, fruit, cooked breakfast, yogurt etc 🍳
We managed to walk EVERYWHERE in Seville, to which we stacked up an impressive (if I do say so myself) 87,700 steps, therefore all of the places I’ve listed below are within walking distance if you were to stay in the centre of Seville.
Where To Eat;
The most AMAZING gluten free ice cream & YES in a gluten free ice cream cone 🍦
They have the gluten free ice creams separate to the rest & also have the gluten free cones wrapped separately which I absolutely loved!
I opted for the vanilla with choc chips 🍫 PERFECT for the 32• heat that day
Bar Alfalfa 🍷
I honestly don’t think I will EVER stop raving about this Spanish tapas bar. We ate here TWICE because it was SO good.
The menu is coded for gluten free, vegan & vegetarian 🌱
I spoke to the waiter about having an intolerance to both gluten & onion & he was AMAZING. He made sure it was only him who took my orders & went through everything I could eat.
I didn’t think this would happen in Seville, but for the first time me & Tom were able to sit down for dinner and eat the SAME food 🥘 I was SO grateful & it made my experience SO enjoyable & to top it off the food was UNREAL
The price of the food was also ridiculously cheap, most of the dishes were around €3 💶
Found in the streets of Santa Cruz we stopped off for lunch on our walk back to the hotel.
The waiter went through my options for both gluten free & onion. It’s the ONLY place I’ve come across that was able to offer me a Spanish omelette WITHOUT containing onions 😍 so OBVIOUSLY I had to go for this! I also went for the fried aubergine 🍆 both containing salmorejo sauce 🍅
BOTH of the dishes were unbelievably TASTY, I can’t actually decided which one I prefer 😋
Crunch Cereal Cafe 🥣
ANYONE who knows me knows I have an INSANE obsessive love for CEREAL 🙈
So can you believe my face when I found a CEREAL CAFE within a 10 second walk of my hotel!
Not only did they have the BEST gluten free cereal, they also served every type of milk 🥛
My FAV ones I had were the Chex cinnamon & of course lucky charms, neither of which I had tried before 😮
Dulce Trazo 🍰
I came across this little gem by chance, they serve gluten & dairy free cakes 🍰 There was a HUGE selection! However the ones that caught my eye was the MASSIVE lemon cake 🍋 &The brownie CHEESECAKE 🍫
The supermarkets are scattered ALL over & they all had a large selection of gluten free/dairy free options. Including products from Schar & Rude Health
Here are a few products that caught my eye;
With regards to ALCOHOL all of the bars I visited had a selection of gluten free beer 🍺 which they all made me aware of when asking for the ‘sin gluten’ menu 🍴
So, I found the food markets a bit of a struggle! The reason why is due to the majority of the foods being pre made, and therefore hardly nothing can be made fresh and adapted. In saying that I did get lucky with one food market ‘Feria Market’, which is a short walk from my hotel. They do a deal where you can spend 5 euros, have a beer and dish of your choice 🍺
One of the stalls I could chose from was fresh fish! So I was a very happy girl with my fresh tuna steak that was cooked in front of me. Unfortunately I couldn’t have potatoes as they are fried, so I opted for the side salad
Another thing to add is we came across so many VEGAN restaurants & options! Which again I was so surprised with 🌱 there was also a majority of little ‘health shops’ selling kombucha (one being opposite our hotel) WINNING 😍