Our hotel in Seville Vincci La Rábida 4* is hosting, until 13 November, gastronomic sessions: “The flavour of the Guadalquivir. The cuisine of the river and its marshes” organised by the Hotel Association of Seville and Province. The hotel’s restaurants “Los Patios” and “El Mirador” will offer local flavours inspired by this symbol of the city, reinvented to create a fusion of tradition and haute cuisine.
Over the coming days the hotel Vincci La Rábida 4* (Calle de Castelar 24, Seville) will taste more than ever of the Guadalquivir, as it hosts the gastronomic sessions “The flavour of the Guadalquivir. The cuisine of the river and its marshes”. Until 13 November, the hotel’s restaurants “Los Patios”, located on the main floor of the building, and “El Mirador” on the rooftop terrace, with views of the cathedral, will offer a special menu inspired by the river that passes through the Andalusian capital, with dishes that blend traditional flavours and haute cuisine, all while maintaining a distinct Andalusian identity.
The menu starts with smoked eel on toasted black bread with apple, red onion and horseradish; it continues with a Lower Guadalquivir risotto with boletus and parmesan basted crayfish; and goes on to a seaduck confit with foie and truffle oil. The crowning glory comes in the shape of the chocolate fauna on marshes of dulce de leche, which will delight every dessert lover.
A TRIP THROUGH THE MARSHES OF THE GUADALQUIVIR
Cádiz Marine Fauna…
Smoked eel on toasted black bread with apple, red onion and horseradish
The rice in Seville…
Lower Guadalquivir risotto with boletus and parmesan basted crayfish
The salt in Huelva…
Seaduck confit with foie and truffle oil
The mouth of the River…
Chocolate fauna on marshes of dulce de leche
The initiative is part of the city’s Autumn Cultural programme and has been organised by the Hotel Association of Seville and Province.
Vincci La Rábida 4* is located in Sevilla’s Barrio del Arenal district, a stone’s throw from the Cathedral and the “La Maestranza” bullring. It is well connected and close to the city’s commercial district and landmarks such as the Torre del Oro, the Giralda and the Barrio de Santa Cruz. It has 103 rooms, in the same style as the building’s architecture, with typical Seville style offering elegance, warmth and comfort.
It also has a bright, welcoming interior patio; a place to enjoy moments of tranquillity in an incomparable setting, with a décor that includes plants and flowers, with a highlight being the palms that point to the beautiful Andalusian sky. One of the hotel’s other attractions are the exquisite dishes prepared in its restaurants, which combine Andalusian tradition with the sophisticated touch of signature cooking, and its rooftop terrace with unbeatable views of the cathedral and the skyline of the Andalusian capital.