A night with Andalusian flavours

Sevilla, Espagne


If you would live up the Andalusian food with a light twist you will be right at our place. Not only you will have a taste of Spain but also your taste buds will have the chance to savour some delicious Persian food. Our menu can vary depending on what we find in the market in a certain season. If we make 100% Spanish food it will include some of the most representative Spanish or Andalusian dishes. But, be prepared to try out some delicious Persian food too that is hard to find anywhere else.

Au menu :

  • Entrée
  • Plat principal
  • Fromages
  • Dessert
  • Boissons alcoolisées

A table

  • Format: Dîner
  • Influences: Cuisine espagnole

Quelques préférences

  • Minimum: 2 personnes
  • Maximum: 4 personnes
  • Table idéale pour: Des locaux, Des touristes, Des étrangers

Précédemment à la table de David

Découvrez quelques plats sortis de la cuisine de David pour vous mettre en l'appétit !

  • Salmorejo


    Plat principal

  • Cheese plate

    Cheese plate


  • Persian rice with safrron

    Persian rice with safrron

    Plat principal

  • Olives with Andalusian artisanal bread

    Olives with Andalusian artisanal bread


  • Persian Qeyme sauce

    Persian Qeyme sauce

    Plat principal

    Delicous sauce with cinnemon, Persian lentils, meat, dry Persian limes, Persian Saffron...

  • Spanish cava

    Spanish cava


  • Mixed Persian side dishes

    Mixed Persian side dishes


Petits mots (2)

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  • Jeanne

    A night with Andalusian flavours le 22/03/2015

    Unique evening in Seville with David (rating: excellent)
    We were 2 couples traveling together who enjoyed dinner at home with David (Mahsa was traveling) on March 22. What a treat! We felt very welcomed as we enjoyed the starters of cheese, crackers, olives, wine, Sangria, and good conversation. David was interested in our enthusiasm for Flamenco (which we had enjoyed in Ronda the day before) and gave us a short lesson on how to play a percussion drum box, sometimes used with Flamenco. The main course included typical Andalusian dishes: gazpacho-like soup, bread, spinach with chick peas, and pisto (similar to ratatouille) - all delicious! For dessert, there was chocolate ice cream with a pinch of salt and a drizzle of orange-flavored olive oil. This was definitely not a combination I had tried before, but I'm glad I was introduced to it here. Although the food was delicious, the best part of the evening was the hospitality we received. Of David, a Seville native, we could ask anything about Spain, its people or its culture. With David's friend and associate Kirin present too, we also enjoyed hearing the perspective of a young American living and working in Spain. We loved the evening and would definitely recommend this experience to others!

    par Jeanne C.

  • Ride

    A night with Andalusian flavours le 30/08/2013

    Mahsa unfortunately couldn't make it, but her partner, David, accepted to receive us and proved to be himself a great host, puting us at ease straight away ! Salmorejo as a starter, and then spinach with chickpeas, prawns scampi and spanish omelet as main courses. Simply delicious !
    The host, the food and the place... All was gathered for a nice Spanish evening !

    par Ride T.