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Face masks required for staff in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
Socially distanced dining tables
Staff required to regularly wash hands
Tables disinfected between guests
Single-use or sanitized menus
Updated 20-10-02 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
Wonderful local food, beautifully cooked. The best quality food we’ve had this holiday. Fantastic friendly service too.
In a pretty little town - worth going up the hill to the castle too.
Casa Adriano is a small restaurant and hotel located in the village of Alanis, in the Sierra North area of Sevilla province. If you find yourself in the area, I highly recommend this restaurant. Run by a husband and wife team, everything is homemade -...from the bread to the marmalade which comes from a tree on the property. In the summer months they also have outdoor seating on a patio with a great view of the village.
I recommend ordering several different plates and sharing, as the portions are on the larger side for Spain. We started with a plate of jamon iberico - of course! It was served with a great side of tomato bread and we also got the goat cheese which was served with a delightful marmalade made from honey. This was followed by an amazing plate of anchovy and pear served on top of bread topped with honey - the mixture of flavors was absolutely amazing. The white bean stew with wild mushrooms was a winner, as was the grilled "presa iberica" or pork loin. The desserts were all amazing, we'd highly recommend both the almond and lemon flavored flan. All homemade.
Pricing was reasonable for what we ate - about EUR 40 per person with two bottles of wine, and the service was exceptional.
Don't miss this gem of a restaurant hidden in the Sierra Norte mountains!More
Date of visit: December 2018
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