If you are traveling to Seville soon, you will need a nice spot to enjoy a morning coffee or brunch at noon.
I know, I know, some of you out there have breakfast included in the hotel, but after checking this list, you will skip a day or two from your hotel buffet.
In this article, you will find eleven places to get brunch and good specialty coffee in the heart of Seville.
I am sure once in the city; you will thank your self today for saving the map at the end of the page!
1. Billy Brunch Sevilla
📍C. Pedro del Toro, 12
Billy Brunch Seville is the perfect place for anyone looking to get a happy and full stomach for a fair price.
Located in the northern part of the Old Town, Billy Brun Sevilla is only a ten-minute walk from the Triana Bridge, so for anyone staying in the city’s most centric areas, this brunch store will top 20 minutes away by foot.
This brunch and cafe in Seville are easy to find between the narrow streets; you know you are there when you see a giant, yellow chick cartoon hanging from the wall.
What do people say about Billy Brunch Seville? Most customers’ reviews praise the friendly staff, fair price for big portions, tasty food, and good coffee.
I would go for the pancakes and cappuccino, as they are the top sellers!
📍C. Prta de la Carne, 7a
Jester Coffee is located in the heart of Seville, just seven minutes away by foot from the Cathedral.
Jester offers a healthy and filling breakfast for every type of tooth. They are pretty famous for the açai, fruit bowls, and smoothies in general.
They also offer tasty bagels and pastries for those like me that enjoy a bit of sugar to close a brunch.
What do people say about Jester Seville? Besides the açai bowl, people praised Jester’s croissants and quality coffee. This cafe in Seville uses the specialty coffee roaster brand Ineffable.
Do you want my tip? I would take an early bird tour to the Cathedral and the Giralda to avoid crowds, then head for some delicious breakfast at Jester!
3. Paradas 7
📍C. Marqués de Paradas, 7
Located next to the Museum of Fine Arts in Seville, Paradas7 Brunch is a cozy brunch space to visit on a chill day.
I don’t usually do this, but I think the following line from a review on Google sums up the essence of Paradas7:
“Whenever I travel through Sevilla, I stop here for a coffee, a bagel sandwich, or something else. You can tell that the chef and main worker care about the cafe. This was a refuge for me during long travel days, and I truly came to love the place” -from Luke Tannenbaum.
Pretty cool, right?
What do people say about Paradas7 Seville? Customers really love their bagel sandwiches, the fresh juices, and the friendly staff. Coffee isn’t the shining star here, but some comments mention that it is good.
4. Virgin Coffee
📍C. Regina, 1
Virgin Coffee Seville is a minute away from the Metropol Parasol, better known as the “Setas” of Seville.
Unlike the previous three brunch places, Virgin Coffee is a specialty coffee cafe in Seville where you will experience a different world.
Virgin Coffee want to spoil you with the best cup of coffee possible, from beans that were fairly treated from their plantation to the recollection until they became a final product. This is a practice that any specialty coffee cafe around the world should follow.
This cafe in Seville focuses mainly on coffee and offers some pastries to match your drink.
What do people say about Virgin Coffee in Seville? The favorites from previous customers are the flat white (I totally agree!) and the view! People enjoy sitting by “Setas” while sipping their well-done coffee in the morning.
This is a takeaway-only cafe in Seville!
5. Parceria Cafe
📍C. Calderón de la Barca, 9
Parcercía Cafe is located in the neighborhood of San Gil, north of the “Setas.” This might not be so centric for those close to the Cathedral or the Real Alcazar. However, this cafe in Seville is only a 9-minute walk from the Metropol Parasol, and the bus stop is the Feria (Relator), lines 13 or 14.
So, if you do want to make some time for some delicious brunch and specialty coffee, know that this cafe will be worth it. Their menu offers different types of toast, granola bowls, mouthwatering pastries, and specialty coffee.
Every dish is beautifully set, and every coffee is made with mastery. Some customers even say it’s the “best breakfast they have had in Spain.”
This brunch and cafe in Seville have partnered with a coffee roaster, Alquimista, to offer the best quality coffee in their store.
What do people say about Parcería Cafe in Seville? The coffee (both filtered and with milk), the waffles, and the homemade hummus!
6. Utopia Cafe
📍C. Fernán Caballero, 1
Utopía Cafe is another centric specialty coffee shop in Seville that offers a great coffee experience.
Like Virgin Coffee, Utopía is a takeaway coffee you can enjoy while walking Seville’s quiet, narrow streets. This coffee shop is three minutes from the Museum of Fine Arts of Seville, again in the northern part of the city’s heart.
What do people say about Utopía Cafe in Seville? Flat white is people’s drink of choice, and previous customers enjoy the friendly barista who does not doubt sharing all the possible coffee knowledge with his customers.
Besides coffee, Utopía offers a selected variety of pastries that can go perfectly with your coffee.
7. La Cacharrería
📍C/Regina nº 14
La Cacharrería is a brunch store in Seville located a few minutes from the Metropol Parasol.
La Cacharrería can be whatever you want: your breakfast, brunch, lunch or *merienda (*mid-afternoon snack). But previous customers have left very positive reviews on their breakfast/brunch menu, so I thought it worth adding to our special list.
This brunch cafe in Seville offers a variety of sandwiches, toast, pastries, and smoothies. One of their top-selling desserts is the carrot cake, so if you need something sweet and coffee to recharge your energies, you know where to go!
What do people say about La Cacharrería in Seville?
“Best brunch we had in Sevilla!! Everything we took was amazing- bagels, tostadas, juice, cake, and coffee. Awesome carrot cake! I would recommend going there for breakfast or brunch. I will go back for sure”
- Paola, a customer at La Cacharreria.
8. Syra Coffee
📍C. Jovellanos, 3
If you have read our coffee editions on Madrid and Barcelona, you will notice that Syra Coffee is one of my favorite coffee brands in Spain, and of course, we can’t miss them from our list in Seville.
Syra has two locations in Seville, but right now, I will direct you to the most centric one; the store in the city’s shopping area, just a few minutes away from the Cathedral.
This is not a brunch place in Seville, but it is the perfect spot to grab a coffee and go with a delicious pastry.
My usual order at Syra is their flat white with a babka or their banana bread.
📍Pje. Andreu, 3
Here is another quaint and tiny specialty coffee in the narrow streets of Seville. Delatribu is five minutes from the Cathedral, but you have to pay careful attention to Google Maps directions because the narrow streets can be a little confusing.
Delatribu works with specialty coffee roasters, which are Ineffable, so be sure your cup will be exceptional.
I remember I visited this cafe in Seville on my way to the Cathedral; I ordered a flat white and a cookie. Both were great for a mid-day or mid-afternoon snack to recover strength.
What do people say about Delatribu in Seville? Their great latte art (and coffee, of course), pastries, and the barista’s expertise.
10. Muy Coffee
📍Correduría, 14, local 3
So, we are almost at the end of our coffee list in Seville. As you can see, I have collected the best brunch and specialty coffee cafes possible, but not all are in the same place.
Muy Coffee is another store specializing in great coffee and offers delicious desserts and simple sandwiches to accompany the beverage.
Muy Coffee is located seven minutes away from the Metropol Parasol, so for all you are reading that are staying close to the “Setas,” remember to save this article!
What do people say about Muy Coffee in Seville? Previous customers loved the espresso and the pistachio cookie.
11. Borbotea Coffee Lab
📍C. Amor de Dios, 36
Borbotea Coffee Lab is a specialty coffee store in Seville located seven minutes away from the “Setas.”
We finish this list with the perfect combination of specialty coffee and food! Borbotea offers selected but delicious breakfast dishes plus specialty cafes done by an experienced barista.
In Borbotea, you will find toast, granola bowls, pies, cookies, and great coffee.
What do people say about Borbotea in Seville? Previous customers have enjoyed the friendly staff, desserts, arepas, and cappuccino.
So, have you made up your mind about which specialty coffee to visit? With this list of eleven brunch and specialty coffee cafes in Seville, you have more than enough to cover a good week of breakfast and mid-days coffee.
If you go to any of this, please comment and tell us what you thought about it!