Seville Coffee: Top 5 Coffee Shops in Sevilla

Seville Coffee: Top 5 Coffee Shops in Sevilla

Best Speciality Coffee Shops and Cafes in Sevilla

In Seville, the coffee scene is a delightful blend of traditional and modern influences. Historically, locals have favoured strong and bold cups, typically enjoyed in the bustling cafes dotted around the city. In recent years, Seville has embraced the wave of specialty coffee shops, where you can find a wide variety of coffee styles, from classic espressos to contemporary favourites like flat whites and macchiatos.

These new-age cafes prioritise quality, often using responsibly sourced beans and offering expertly crafted cups of coffee, prepared by knowledgeable baristas. You can also find a delightful range of homemade pastries and cakes to accompany your coffee. While some cafes offer a cozy seating area to relax and enjoy your cup, others operate as takeaway joints, allowing you to enjoy your coffee as you explore the beautiful sights of Seville.

Here are five of the best coffee shops in central Seville to kick-start your daily exploration of this beautiful city.

Seville Top 5 Coffee Shops:

1. Virgen Coffee

Virgen Coffee is an excellent spot for coffee enthusiasts when visting Seville. Opened in 2015, Virgen Coffee was one of the first ‘speciality coffee’ cafes, offering second-wave modern coffee. Their menu offers a variety of coffee options, from the classic espresso to more contemporary styles such as the flat white and macchiato. With responsibly sourced beans the coffee is delicious, with a good strong kick and expertly crafted by the knowledgable baristas.

They also offer delicious home made pastries and cakes (but get there early as they sell out fast!)

Note there is no area to sit-in, so this is a take-away only spot. However, it’s ideally located in the centre of Seville, near the Setas de Seville, so there are plenty of beautiful spots to sit and enjoy your coffee and cake nearby!

Address: C. Regina, 1, 41003 Sevilla, Spain

2. Manolo Bakes

Manolo Bakes is a delightful bakery situated in the heart of Seville. They are known for their excellent coffee as well freshly baked goods that capture the essence of traditional Spanish baking (with a modern twist!).

At Manolo Bakes, you can expect to find a variety of pastries and sweets, including croissants, cakes, and tarts, all crafted with a touch of creativity and innovation. Their speciality is their “palmeras”, a kind of puff pastry shaped like a palm leaf, crispy and coated with a sweet syrup, and with over 20 different varieties, they are great as a snack or a gift to take-away!

Besides the delicious baked goods, they also offer a selection of sandwiches and salads, making it a great spot for a light lunch or a hearty breakfast.

The staff in Manolo Bakes speak excellent English, and the interior is beautiful and modern, with plenty of space to sit and read/work/people watch all day long!

There is more than one Manolo Bakes cafe dotted around Seville, check out the official website for exact locations.

3. Jester

Jester is a prime central location to kickstart your day when you find yourself in Seville. Alongside its wonderful coffee, this spot is renowned for its healthy and delectable breakfast selection that doesn’t just taste great but also pleases the eyes.

They showcase an expansive menu that caters to various preferences (including vegetarian and vegan), featuring items from smoothies and croissants to açaí bowls and comforting porridge. Coffee enthusiasts will be thrilled with the selection available, encompassing not only the classics but also vibrant options like matcha and turmeric lattes.

Everything in Jester is presented beautifully and really makes for a great Instagram photo. Pay special attention to the beautiful latte art, which sometimes comes in the shape of a teddy bear!

Do note that the seating area is somewhat limited, and it is often a full house, so maybe try to avoid coffee ‘rush-hour’ times around breakfast.

Address: C. Prta de la Carne, 7a, 41004 Sevilla, Spain

4. Parcería Café

Parceria Cafe offers a great selection of tasty coffee options, whether it’s hot or iced, oat or cow milk, or even just regular filter coffee, they have you covered.

Like Jester, Parceria Cafe is not focused entirely on great coffee, with plenty of excellent breakfast and brunch options. With the majority of the menu geared more towards vegetarians and vegans, everyone should be able to find something they fancy. You should definitely try the waffles, they were superb!

There are some tables and places to sit, but these fill up fast and it’s advisable to try quieter times (late afternoon) if you’re looking to guarantee yourself a place to relax. Don’t worry, there are takeaway options, and being in the centre of Seville this is never a bad thing for a day of exploring!

Address: Pl. Calderón de la Barca, 9, 41003 Sevilla, Spain

5. Muy Coffee

Similar to Virgen Coffee, Muy Coffee offers high quality coffee in a a trendy and modern setting.The baristas that serve you are clearly passionate about their coffee and this shows, with options ranging from lattes, flat whites and even hipster ‘pour-over’ coffee.

This is a speciality coffee shop, so expect the highest quality of sustainably sourced beans and a punchy, delicious coffee every time. The price is very reasonable, so make sure to grab some of the sweet treats they have to offer as well – we tried the brownie and it was superb!

The coffee shop is located in the centre of Seville, next to the Mushrooms of Seville, and with it being take-away only, grab a coffee and check out the beautiful views from Setas!

Address: Correduría, 14, local 3, 41003 Sevilla, Spain