Osuna, located 86 Kilometers from Seville Capital and in an almost magical place full of history and natural beauty corners that faithfully represents the traditional andalusian food.
In Taberna Jicales, one of the best restaurants to eat in Osuna , we love and respect typical Andalusian cuisine. This is the basis of our philosophy, always accompanied by modern touches and without losing sight of the Mediterranean cuisine 100% HOME.
If you were wondering where to eat in Osuna , you have undoubtedly come to the right place. In Taberna Jicales, located on Calle Espartero 11, we have everything you need to enjoy the typical Andalusian atmosphere and enjoy the view with stunning scenery in a Andalusian tavern .
With a place of more than 100 m2, you will find the space you need to enjoy with family or friends:
-Wide terrace to enjoy a coffee and the Andalucian summer weather.
-Generous bar where you can spend a relaxed time while you savor our tapas.
-Living room to eat in a group, where you can hold family meetings or enjoy a meal with friends.
More than 50 years of experience guarantee our way of understanding cuisine. It was around 1960 when the grandfather of the current owner embarked on the search for a space in which to savor the most traditional flavors of the South with a modern touch.
What originally aimed to gather the hunters of the area in a restaurant in which to share the feats in the heat of a good typical Andalusian stew, with the passage of the new generations, this initial rooting has taken place to the modernization of the letter, introducing avant-garde elements.
As we said in the previous paragraph, we still maintain the goal that Taberna Jicales is a family restaurant . That is why, both our staff and our team of chefs is formed by ourselves, ensuring an exclusive treatment for each of our customers
Eating in Osuna is undoubtedly an experience to live, at least once in a lifetime. With tapas as the denominator of the Andalusian community, Osuna boasts of intoxicating little spots to liven up the day with a good company and one of its tapas par excellence.
The gastronomy of Ursa, exudes the influences of the most traditional Andalusian cuisine, where dishes such as fish, seafood, frituritas, meats and vegetables delight diners. Then, we show some of the most typical dishes of Osuna that you can surely taste in our restaurant:
Reference dish in Seville's cuisine, in any restaurant in Osuna that boasts a cooked stew to match. This classic among classics of Andalusian cuisine, is made with chicken, spine, bone, ribs, leeks, zucchini, carrots, ribs and laurel.
Specialists in cocido, in the south of Spain there is also a great variety of different dishes that honor the Spanish gastronomic history.
This type of dish is made with chickpeas, bacon, pestorejo, spinazo, beans, peas, lean, potatoes and blood sausage
Known as the repapalillas of San Acardio, they are some traditional cod tortillitas from the town of the Sevillian countryside. For its preparation, desalted cod, chives, garlic, egg, fresh saffron parsley and a little salt are used.
A classic of the Sevillian municipality, the ardoria is an innovative salmorejo that perhaps receives its name for the ardor that the diners suffer when tasting it as a result of the pepper and garlic.
So, in Osuna they have created their own salmorejo adding a different touch with the incorporation of the red pepper replacing the red pepper. It may seem like a small nuance, but I'm sure it will surprise you.
We are talking about one of the best stews of the Andalusian region. A good Sevillian cuisine with a very peculiar ingredient: tagarninas.
For its preparation we will need chickpeas, tagarninas (also known as cardo de olla or cardillo), garlic, pork ear, bacon, blood sausage, chorizo, pork, potatoes, carrots, veal bone, thyme, bread Fried, paprika and a little salt.
Also known as cold soup, it is considered one of the gastronomic gems of the region, since it can be enjoyed throughout its entire length. Its preparation consists of a vegetable cream soup and tomato, seasoned with various ingredients such as paprika, garlic, oil and vinegar
In this convent belonging to the order of barefoot Mercedarias, we can enjoy some unique desserts such as wine sweets, almond-shaped donuts, Colombian snacks, rice pudding with cinnamon and much more.
Aldenas: A kind of brioche bun with a filling of cream pasteare and sugar glaze
In honor of the heroism of San Arcadio (patron of the municipality of Osuna), every January 12 the festival that bears his name is celebrated. It is then when the tradition orders to eat these desserts by decree, but we can taste them at any time of the year.
Made with flour, milk, blue and cinnamon, is one of the most appetizing morsels of the entire community.
It is a drunken cake, with a tremendous softness that bears a subtle layer of frosting. The ingredients used are the flour, egg, yeast and sugar, although nobody knows 100% the complete recipe.