This chain of Italian restaurants offers four different environments in which to eat. You can try the elegant 18th-century residential palace on the b... More
This chain of Italian restaurants offers four different environments in which to eat. You can try the elegant 18th-century residential palace on the banks of the River Guadalquivir, a restored 12th century Arab bath house, a refined neoclassical-style dining room with private gardens or the interior of a distinguished 18th century Sevillian mansion. Whichever one you choose, you will be offered well-prepared and beautifully presented treats like salmon carpaccio, tasty pizzas and pastas, profiteroles covered with melted hot chocolate and San Marco tart. The prices are reasonable and the service is attentive.
We ate at the Moorish Baths restaurant and had pizza with side salads. The pizza was average; mass produced base and so-so topping. Staff were friendly and the wine recommendation was good but the pizza was like any pizza chain, think Pizza Hut and you may not be disappointed. I'm mystified as to why this place gets such good write-ups. It's ok and reasonably inexpensive but I wouldn't go again.