Holy Week is approaching and with it the smell of incense, processions and our favorite thing about Easter in Seville: the torrija.

Andalusian gastronomic richness champions the influences of its history and embraces delicious formulas to treat us to delicacies such as torrijas, also iconic in Seville. This sweet is a delicacy that encourages Sevillians and tourists to skip the diet. We have torrijas in millions of styles, flavors and for all budgets. In order to provide you with a guide with the best, we have prepared this route so that you can check it out for yourself.


1. Perro viejo en C/Arguijo, 3

The entire menu of the restaurant is a delicacy but, without a doubt, one of the most popular desserts is the torrija with ice cream based on tiramisu. A generous brioche bread accompanied by this succulent combination of flavors. Perfect to share.


2. Manu Jara en C/ Pureza, 5

One of the best workshops in Seville. They are made with Ceylon cinnamon in a citrus soak with an aniseed touch. On the other hand, the wine ones have a selection of muscats, touches of citrus fruits and honey from the Sierra de Aracena.


3. El Cachorro en Avenida Pino Montano, 33

This bakery has almost six decades of family tradition making artisan products. Fried pestiños, chocolate toast, roscón de reyes, or their classic "puppy" in Seville.


4. La creme de la creme en C/ Regina, 1


La Creme de la Creme is one of the Sevillian temples of breakfast and snacks. They make them in the style of French toast accompanied by ice cream and almonds, although they also have the most traditional ones.


5. Pastelería Los Angelitos en C/ San Jacinto, 11 y C/ Alcaicería de la Loza, 29

The company was born in 2007, after more than 20 years of experience in traditional Sevillian pastries. They offer us the best traditional honey French toast, although you may want to try the chocolate ones better.