Mamarracha served the most aesthetically pure and simple tapa : one single anchovy, four crisp toasts and a circle of herb butter, on a slate slab with a little rounded knife. It looked like a work of art, but didn’t cost the equivalent: only 1.90 euro ! Other favourites included: morcilla (black pudding) with rice; grilled octopus, watercress and apricot puree; fried aubergine with miso poured over from a Japanese teapot. Spanish flavours presented in a modern and inventive way: really excellent. They have a sister bar on the same street, as it gets busy in the evenings.
Mamarracha: Calle Hernando Colón, 1-3, 41004 Seville