For visitors like me, I wish I have my kitchen here to shop and cook with what the market has to offer. We only got some pastries and fruits.
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Tapas bar at the back is a hidden gem. It's called something like Marquis de Riscal and the waiter recommended to try scallops with garlic, they were divine! The market itself is a bit of ripoff with prices but curious to walk around observing sea...More
We love to visit markets in cities we are visiting so we made a special trip to the Triana Market while in Seville. It was very interesting but not as large and vibrant as we thought it would be. Butchers, fishmongers, cheese, produce, bakeries--all great...More
Had a pleasant walk round and settled for a corner restaurant. Was offered the dish of the day . Mixed fried fish. Should have gone for that. Instead chose a mediocre tuna steak. My partners squid wash good so varied experience.
It's large but very few stalls when we were here.we ren ed bikes from inside which was great, fast and friendly service
We popped in here to participate in a cooking class (which was excellent!) and also walked round checking out the local produce. The stall holders were super friendly and everything was delicious. It's really quiet and clean compared to most markets, really worth a visit!