Palo Cortao restaurant in Seville
Palo Cortao opened its doors in 2016 as a small bar, that specialized in Sherry Wines and offered a few creative versions of classic Andalusian tapas. As the grew in popularity, so did their menu. Palo Cortado is run by a couple: Chef Ángel Rodríguez and enologist Ana Hergueta. The menu is designed to be shared and changes with the seasons to incorporate the freshest and tastiest ingredients. If to all this you add the amazing wine selection (especially those from Jeréz) you get an amazing dining experience in the heart of Seville.
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Spanish gastronomy derives from a very complex history and the influence of many cultures, but also a very diverse landscape. There are very large differences from region to region and despite Spanish gastronomy is meant to be “Mediterranean”, local dishes are to be found in each region or province. There are some very famous “national dishes” like paella or fideua from Valencia, cocido from Madrid, Gazpacho from Andalusia, Pan amb tomato from Catalonia, pintos from Basque country, octopus from Galicia and the list goes on and on… A restaurant offering traditional spanish gastronomy may opt in its menu to offer a selection of some of these dishes.