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Best Food and Drink at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan?

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Julian Garcia Nigris
Julian Garcia Nigris

The food sold inside the stadium is that cheap, low quality, poor tasting sort that we’ve come to associate with football matches. And when I say cheap, I mean cheap to produce – it’s extortionate for us to buy! What to do instead is bring some snacks with you in your bag – they’ll probably get through security – or man up and resist the half-time temptation and slake your thirst and relieve your hunger after the game with some sublime tapas in one of the many great restaurants in Sevilla.

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The area where the stadium is situated is full of restaurants or bars. In Sevilla is not very complicated to find a nice place to eat because the tapas culture is everywhere! So why do you want to fill your stomach with fast food instead of decent food? I like the environment in La Despensa der Fede, it is like a neighbourhood bar. Panrallo Tapas is also perfect to stay with friends before or after the game! If you still prefer hamburgers or american food, you have many options around: Tomy Mel’s, TGI Fridays, Foster’s Hollywood, etc.

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