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Cafe Seville Restaurant (Reviews & Ratings)

Cafe Seville

Address: 2768 E Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306

Restaurant Type: Spanish restaurant

Phone: (954) 565-1148

Price: $$$

Rating: 4.7

Website: http://www.cafeseville.com/

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What Time Does Cafe Seville Open?

Tuesday,: 5 to 10PM

Wednesday,: 5 to 10PM

Thursday,: 5 to 10PM

Friday,: 5 to 10:30PM

Saturday,: 5 to 10:30PM

Sunday,: Closed

Monday,: 5 to 10PM

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Cafe Seville Reviews

Erik Berger

Fantastic Restaurant. Service was excellent. Everyone was very friendly. The food was outstanding. One of my favorite meals. The Bronzino Franchese was maybe the best fish dinner I have ever had. The Paella was amazing. The Red Snapper was incredible. The desserts were also fantastic.

Eddie Pardo

We tried 5 apps, all were recommended by Aldo our waiter who was magnificent. The Santa fe sauce is delicious. We also had paella in both traditional and seafood style. Best I’ve ever had. Topped it all off with tres leches. Must have. This restaurant is the real deal. Will drive the hour twenty to return and try rest of menu.

Nicole Blankfield

This restaurant was absolutely amazing. Such rich and delicious sauces with so much flavor! They gave us a complimentary appetizer and the entire staff was very friendly and professional. I will be returning excited to try different dishes!

Orin Oates

The food here is simply amazing!! The owner came to our table and introduced himself. I’m from New Jersey and he travel through my town from time to time. He gave us a complementary chicken dish. The sauce on that dish you could put on a old leather boot and eat it. I’m coming here every year!! Make sure you speak to the owner Joe! He’s an amazing person!!

Jeffrey Kraskin

Cafe Seville is consistently a very good dining experience from the greeting when entering to the servers and even when leaving.

The menu is extremely broad with many offerings and possibilities — should you prefer a different sauce than in the description, just ask and they are happy to make a change.

I always enjoy the Gazpacho Andaluz and tonight was no different. The Caesar salad is a very good classic treat. This evening I enjoyed the Long Island Duck and Yellowtail with Santa Fa sauce. Wrapping up the meal with a Spanish teramasu.

To make this evening even more special was that Cafe Seville was participating in the annual Dining Out for Life event by donating 35% of the evening’s income to Broward House.

Thank you Cafe Seville.

Sarah Bettencourt

Saw this driving by and decided to try for dinner! Staff was awesome. Mario was right on with going over menu and recommendations. The food, drinks, and desserts were delicious and this will be a new family favorite restaurant everytime we are in town! And my all my three kids LOVED everything from the appetizers to desserts! Not a bad thing on the menu!

Jake Soriano

We will definitely dine here every time we are near. The best Paella as is in Spain. Can’t wait to try the rest of the menu! Thank you.

Daniel Diaz (SoFloDining)

Awesome experience at the Café Seville! I have heard so much about Café Seville over the years but never found the time or occasion to go. Well let me tell you what I have been missing out on. From the minute, that you enter the door you are warmly greeted by the host and feel as if you have been transported to a café in Centro Seville. The décor, crowd and ambiance only add to the experience. It seems as if everyone knows each other as conversations flow from table to table. You get a feeling that Joe, the host/owner is welcoming you into his home. He checked on us between courses and made 100% certain that we had an excellent and memorable experience. (I can’t reiterate it enough of how much of this genuine hospitality is missing in the food service industry).

Once we were seated our server came and offered us water and took our drink order. A pitcher of Sangria was in order for our table. They have a quite extensive wine list as well as a full bar for those that would like something a bit stronger.

While we were reviewing the menu our server brought a large erase able white board over to the table with the daily specials along with description and price. There were approximately 15 dishes listed, one better than the next. As in any traditional Spanish restaurant you will find a great selection of fish dishes. I counted at least 10 different varieties of fish on the special list alone. All of the fish dishes were filleted and boned.

We started off with a good selection of tapas from the regular menu. Butifarra a la Parrilla which is grilled slices of Spanish pork sausage, Chorizo al Jerez that consisted of Spanish Sausage sautéed with Sherry wine, Entremes Sevillano a cold platter of Spanish Serrano Ham, Manchego Cheese, Chorizo and Stuffed Olives and lastly Scallops and Shrimp Malanga a mixture of Scallops and Shrimp with fresh tomato, heart of palm, and Sherry wine. I must say that all were delicious but my personal favorite was the Scallops and Shrimp Malanga.

For our main entrees I have to say that this is the very first time that I can remember the entire table ordering off the Specials menu. He had the Brazino “Francaise”, Seabass “Ole”, Flounder in a Saffron Sauce and Jumbo Shrimp stuffed with Scallops and Crabmeat. All of the dishes were superb and nothing was left on any of our plates a true testament of the kitchens’ craft.

After dinner we were deciding on what to have and Joe our host graciously treated us to the Tres Leches and the Crema Catalana. The only words left to describe them would be WOW. I could not get enough of the Crema Catalana but the Tres Leches was simply off the chart.

I really would be remiss if I did not mention the service. This is one in only a handful of the over 200 restaurants that we have visited as SoFloDining that I can say practices traditional service. Joe truly personifies the definition of a Host and like many Owner Operators is proof that hard work and dedication pays off. Café Seville has been in operation for almost 35 years with Esposito at the helm the last 20 of those years.

Andrea Saifman

The best!! The Owners are amazing and involved in all aspects of the restaurant, the waiters work as a team and are fantastic and the food is DELISH!

Philip Green

You must! It was so delish!! The people who took care of us were wonderful.
Joey – the boss is fantastic! I will eat here again and again and tell more people about it.

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