Osuna (Spanish pronunciation: [oˈsuna]) is a town and municipality in the province of Seville, southern Spain, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. As of 2009, it has a population of c. 17,800. It is the location of the Andalusian Social Economy School.
Things to do in Osuna
4 based on 60 reviews
We were struggling to find somewhere to eat in Osuna but then we stumbled across this place in a courtyard that was marked private. Although not speaking a word of English the waiter was incredibly helpful and made some selections for us. Tapas were excellent and superb value for money. 20 euros for 7 plates and 4 drinks. We are going again tomorrow!
4 based on 58 reviews
Birthday lunch with the family - booked for 2pm - mad really - should have known that was too early.
Still Cava in the bar and to the table - the waiter was fantastic - never let on how much English he could speak until almost at the end.
Very leisurely affair with excellent food - son in law thought it was the best steak he had ever eaten.
English menu not the same as Spanish one - older.
4.5 based on 227 reviews
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Visited here for lunch on our first day in Osuna. Kitchen wasn't open when we arrived (12.30pm) but we walked around the town for an hour and it was much more lively at 1.30pm. Waiter was the first ( and so far only- bliss!) person...Moremuchas Gracias por valorar tanto la comida como el servicio, que tengan una felices vacaciones
4 based on 395 reviews
Always amazed by amazing service from Ramon and his team. Great atmosphere in bar with excellent tapas and wonderful jamon .
First time we have been when the Terrace was open and what a lovely evening. Mercedes was our waitress and she is incredible coping with so many people.
Food was great - but it always is .
Look forward to returning in April
Gracias a Ramón,Paco,Mercedes y otros
4 based on 164 reviews
Had light lunch here one afternoon. Located in the corner of the main square this is an excellent place to while away time watching the locals in this unspoilt and very untouristy town.
Delighted to find somewhere in town which actually serves "grande beers"! Just what was needed as the temps hit way over 30c. Also ordered tapas for three which was very nice esp the pork.
Although the proprietor didn't speak English he was very friendly with good sense of humour. I did peep into the main bar which was tiny and atmospheric but a seat outside was what we needed!
4.5 based on 36 reviews
This is a really good place to eat - typical Andalusian fare in a popular bar/restaurant. Very pleasant to sit by the trees in the pretty square under the gaze of the Merced Church tower. I've never seen a menu there but the owner is very obliging. You might ask for a menú tipico de Andalucía but don't order too much - they certainly produce dishes I haven't seen elsewhere in Osuna. In the Summer they do excellent barbecues - the fish particularly good.and they seem to understand the concept of vegetarian better than most. A word of warning. The restaurant inside has the smallest, most uncomfortable chairs we've ever sat in.
4.5 based on 168 reviews
In the heart of deep Andalussian way of life,Meson del Rey Arturo is a gastrobar with a varied menu that combines meats, fish and vegetables with high quality finishes and recipes made with contemporary presentation, in a unique environment that combines medieval decoration and musical atmosphere set in flamenco jazz.
This restaurant is a little less "typically local" than other places reviewed here but it is definitely worth a visit. The "medieval" setting is attractive and cozy, the food is excellent and delicate, and wines are interesting with a twist. King Arthur serves both excellent and fresh andalusian produce and also some more creative dishes for the international palate. Both kinds are impeccable and visibly prepared with care. And no way overpriced. Be advised tha the Seating capacity is limited, so either reserve a table or turn in early....
4.5 based on 26 reviews
The hotel was originally one of the grand private houses of Osuna being in the same family, as know, for several hundred years. The current genera- tion of the family has transformed this grand house into a place of peace, tranquillity and an overwhelming sense of a warm welcome. It has been transformed beyond its former glory, and with the addition of modern day services, offers all the modern day travellers needs. The house was the hub of the families farming activities and contained The restaurant Morenita has an extensive evening which is available in Eng- lish and Braille. It offers a happy mix of delicious traditional Spanish cuisine and European fare. Dining is a slow careful affair, here in Spain the empha- sis is on relaxation and enjoyment, this is the time you can switch off and relax, a good bottle of wine always help.
We stayed for four nights and had requested vegetarian food in advance. The chef fully understood the concept of vegetarian food which you would expect but many do not for example we have received soup containing chicken stock in one 4 star hotel. Every evening we received four courses plus a dessert. Each course was well cooked and beautifully presented useing fresh ingredients and a good mix of herbs to give wonderful flavours.The speed of service was just right we were never rushed but did not have to wait too long for the next course to arrive. There was a reasonable wine list to accompany the food. The only dissappear mentioned was that there were not more people in the restaurant to enjoy the food but this was midweek in December.
4 based on 138 reviews
VARIETY OF FRESH DAILY: BOQUERONES, BACALAILLAS, pijotas, SOLE, RED MULLET, RAZOR, CLAMS, sea snails, ETC ... SURPRISE COD, candied IBERIAN DAM, Cantabrian anchovies, SOLOMILLO AL VERA TORRES, COD GRATINADO SECRET WITH HAM, MUSHROOMS WITH QUAIL EGGS AND HAM, SIRLOIN TO NAZARI, cheeks IBERIAN PORK, PIRULETAS SHRIMP, ASPARAGUS OMELETTES, SHRIMP SAUCE WITH EGGPLANT, ZUCCHINI STUFFED WITH HAM AND CHEESE STUFFED CHICKEN BREAST GRATIN BACON AND CHEESE, TROUT TO GENOVESA, PINK WITH TARTAR SAUCE, ETC ...
Spent one evening having drinks and tapas both were great and the next day we returned for the menu del dia which was wonderful, very happy.
4 based on 47 reviews
Stayed with friends at the Palacio de la Gomera on calle San Pedro & this was recommended by a local for very good tapas.
As we arrived on Sunday the hotel was virtually empty so we went for tapas & drinks. There is a menu/ carta plus specials on the blackboard.We worked our way over a number of hours chatting/ catching up through crispy morcillas with chopped almonds( black pudding balls in crispy shells), mouthwatering beef( buey) in brandy sauce, salads, jamon iberico, grilled wild mushrooms, white wine, then Pacharon & coffee.The prices are very reasonable & the quality of food produced by Francesco the chef is excellent.It was full of locals enjoying the food yesterday & we went back for some lunch today before driving back to Malaga.Mixed salads tiny burgers & a tomato salad were enjoyed today.If you give them a tip they ring a bell! The staff are very friendly.Try to speak in Spanish especially if off season & quiet.me gusto mucho.
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