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STREET FOOD IN SPAIN – Spanish Knife Skills!! Squid Ink Paella + OXTAIL HEAVEN | Seville Street Food

STREET FOOD IN SPAIN - Spanish Knife Skills!! Squid Ink Paella + OXTAIL HEAVEN | Seville Street Food

169 Year Old TAPAS Bar in Seville, Spain – SPANISH FOOD HEAVEN!!

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Welcome back to another episode of Chopstick Travel. Today’s video is PART 2 of a two part series in a very special foodie destination. A place known for flamenco dancing, matadors, and incredible tapas dishes. Welcome to SEVILLE! Spanish food & culture is world-renown, and in the tiny city of Sevilla, the sense of Spanish tradition is strong! Join us for a day of eating and sightseeing in this beautiful city.

The day begins with a classic Spanish breakfast, tostada with coffee and milk. We head over to check out an architectural masterpiece known as Las Setas de Sevilla “the mushrooms” and head inside to check out their market. We sample some local salami because we saw many locals buying it. We hop over to the next market to eat local specialities, including paella (made with seafood and squid ink) and fried squid rings, washed down with a cold beer! We decide to give some gelato a try and compare it to Italian gelato. Our original location which is claimed to be the best in Seville was unfortunately closed however gelato is available all throughout the city! We finish our last day in Seville at a famous tapas bar to try jamón (delicious) and a plate of stewed oxtail. Everything was so delicious!!!

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Tostada breakfast & coffee at CAFE BAR LA TOSTAITA VELOZ
Correduria, 50, Sevilla

Wooden structure & market at LAS SETAS DE SEVILLA (Metrolpol Parasol)
Pl. de la Encarnación, Sevilla

Spanish specialties: Paella & fried seafood at MERCADO DE FERIA
Plaza Calderón d la Barca, Sevilla

Gelato (originally planned) at GELATERIA ARTESANA LA FIORENTINA
Calle Zaragoza, 16, Sevilla

Tapas bar dinner: Jamón & oxtail tail at CASA MORALES
Calle García de Vinuesa, 11, Sevilla


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Hey there, we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson with www.chopsticktravel.com ! We’re on a journey to document the BEST Street Food around the world! Chopstick Travel started in Taiwan, where we frequent the best Street Food stands everywhere from Taipei to Kaohsiung. Not only do we feast on amazing street food in Taiwan, but our food focused travels take us on Street Food missions trying unique foods around the world! We’ve eaten Street Food in Japan, Street Food in Malaysia, Street Food in Korea, Street Food in India, Street Food in Turkey, Street Food in Italy, Street Food in Greece and many more! I post 2 times a week mostly food, some travel. Street Food tours around the world and the most unique dishes we can find in all kinds of hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Stay updated for my latest video VIA our Facebook page and Instagram! Always remember that the best part of travel is immersing yourself in the local culture, and no where better can you immerse yourself than into the Street Food!

Street Food in SPAIN 2019

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  1. This is our LAST European video from this series. It was an incredible trip and we are already planning our next euro tour! Where do you want to see us go to or go back to? Let me know below. Follow us @ https://www.instagram.com/chopsticktravel & https://www.facebook.com/chopsticktravel

  2. Its a pity you guys lucked out on a few times in this vid but still a good watch. The Oxtail and the breakfast would be my favorite eats here. Oh and a beer after breakfast sounds good too 😁. Cant wait to see where your off to next.

  3. mamma loves how good you are getting with editing your video

  4. My favourite gelato combination is dark chocolate and raspberry

  5. Excellent video,always entertaining,kudos to you both 🤗👍🤗👍

  6. Please come to Iran too, it is safe and nice experience
    See you in Tehran

  7. Two young Canadians traveling in the world, ey? 🙂 I especially like the slow-cooked oxtail stew. Please do more European tours. I would like to see you sample the cuisines of Portugal (especially seafood), France, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Greece, Germany, and Austria. Thank you for sharing!

  8. Taking in consideration that your work and effort to produce this videos is overwhelming, just remember that Spain is the 2nd fish market of the world. The best Spanish tapas are the seafood ones; I don’t remember eating so much meat, jamón and whatever when I visited Madrid & Barcelona…No anchovies tapas in this video? Unacceptable!

  9. Great to see you went to Casa Morales!

  10. Everything you ate looked so good, but I'd be gorging myself on the jamon Iberico. The squid ink paella would be a close second in my book. I've loved the whole Europe series!

  11. I would have to say that stew at the end did look good

  12. Absolute love the wooden structure👍👍👍👍👍

  13. Amazing video! I always skip the dessert parts but everything looks delicious

  14. What is the price for the OXTAIL soup? It becomes pricy in the STATES now. 🙁 Looked delicious!

  15. এই পর্বে বড় দুধালো মালটা কে?

  16. Luke and Sabrina Thanks so much
    Nice and tasty foods Spain
    Good vídeo

  17. 3.35€ = $3.80, not $3. Maybe 20 years ago before Bush showed up, the dollar might have been that strong. Those times are long gone, my friend!

  18. Please once visit hyderabad (india)

  19. Your always the Best Vlogger for us Luke&Sabrina Enjoy and always Take Care guys

  20. No es salami es "Salchichon"

  21. Please curb your "OH MAN" saying after every bite. Watch your own video and see what I'm taking about.

  22. very old restaurants alot of history great video thx and enjoy the culture

  23. From every aspect of the food,I was absolutely impressed by the Ox-tail stew and a little note for the tourist attractions.

  24. luke Martin is the my favorite you tube channel

  25. Hi Luke I hope you've eaten a bull's tail in wine in Seville, Spain. Rabo de toro is a traditional meal of Spain but more in Andalucia. The Paella … wonderful. Enjoy Spain !!

  26. Have a nice time there! Which program do you use for editing?

  27. Ox tail stew / soup, yummy and again the jamon, which in my opinion is the best ham..  Nice drone shots of the city.. Travel Safe.

  28. This is us, in spain. Beer, tapas reasonable price. Thanks. Where did you stay? Was it expensive?

  29. i want that oxtail soup!

  30. Knife skillz 😱🤯 oh man I definitely need to step it up haha. Fun video!!

  31. Best you tubers….Leuk Martin
    Trevor James
    Mark weins

  32. What a beautiful country. The architecture is too good to imagine.

  33. Hi Friends:

  34. Love everything but sorry, I hate the Gelato part, you said so yourself it's Italian, why bother buying it?

  35. Casa Morales vats where used for storing wine in  ancient times ….nice vids by the way

  36. Back in Spain, that's great am glad you both got to try the Paella they have different variety and it's delicious, as well as the oxtail so comforting, have a wonderful trip!!!

  37. Loved the aerial footage. And I kinda liked that three spots you wanted to try out didn’t work out for various reasons – just like real life, eh? Also, I know your brand is “Luke Martin”, but it would be a good thing if you said Sabrina’s name at some point. You both make visually appealing and mouth-watering vids. Thanks!

    BTW, have you considered Budapest as a future destination?

  38. Nice video! Just a tip, next time you eat the tostada breakfast, first rub a garlic clove on the bread, then add the oil and the tomato, really makes it waaay better.
    Also that paella is commonly known as 'Arroz negro' which means 'black rice', paella is usually the yellower one, with seafood or with chichen, rabbit and vegetables (the original one, from Valencia)

  39. 1:30 that's not manchego, 4:50 that's not salami

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