Cafe Sevilla, a Spanish tapas restaurant, has been on my to-try list for quite some time. Last month, a few girl friends and I went to the Chef-Driven Charity Bake Sale and after stuffing our bags with delicious baked treats, decided that we needed lunch. Cafe Sevilla was a short walk away, so we went to check it out.
We immediately noticed that there is a 9-course tapas lunch, and decided to share one among the three of us, along with a couple of extra courses.
Tortilla Española (bottom) / Ceviche (top) / Datile Rellenos (middle)
Tortilla Española (left) / Ceviche (right)
The first three courses of the brunch arrived on the same plate. We also redeemed a “tapas sampler” by checking in on Yelp, which turned out to be the same three items: Tortilla Española (“potato tart”) with roasted red pepper and goat cheese, which reminded me of a frittata; a light and refreshing Ceviche of shrimp and red snapper; and Datile Rellenos – Medjool dates stuffed with Cabrales blue cheese and wrapped with applewood bacon. The dates were definitely my favorite bite of this trio! I loved the blue cheese pairing and probably could have eaten an entire plate of these.