It always feels like a bit of a gamble when you're eating somewhere really very good, to then stop and go onto somewhere else. But we had to check out as many places as we could in just a day. We continued our Seville tapas trail, back over to the El Arenal district from the superb tapas we'd just eaten at PuraTasca.
La Brunilda Tapas is in a converted 18th century house and it was totally buzzing when we turned up on Saturday afternoon. We squeezed into a couple of spare stools and ordered. Not much time left, the kitchen was closing soon!
Foie a la plancha con peras al vino tinto. (Grilled foie gras with pears soaked in red wine). One fix is never enough with this either, so this time it was grilled foie. When it's cooked like this, it takes on a warm, rich, velvety almost gelatinous texture. It's like nothing else on earth. It oozes and melts on your tongue. It's almost too much, too rich but not quite. You only need a small amount like this. The pear soaked in wine compliments the foie perfectly. Fabulous!
I think it was time for a lie down......
*The bill with drinks came to £15.62.
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