Andalucia is without A doubt one of Spain’s most scenic region, attracting thousands of tourists each year. Where is it located? A popularity also earned thanks to Its diverse culinary scene. The region has plenty to offer beyond the traditional salmorejo (cold and garlicky tomato soup), seafood and tortilla de camarones. With a focus on ecological, healthy, local ingredients, sustainable restaurants are putting something different on the table. We take you on a journey to discover a selection of some of the best Andalucian restaurants.

Fargo: 95% of the menu is organic and varies weekly

Ten years ago, Yann Coucharriere came to the beautiful city of Sevilla. After three years working as a restaurant manager, he decided to open his own establishment, Fargo A unique establishment now attracting a crowd of locals and tourists alike, all keen to try fresh, seasonal homemade organic food.

As both owner and Chef, Coucharriere puts a lot of passion in crafting a weekly changing menu: “The huge majority of the 2600 restaurants in Sevilla are offering the same menu based on what the local public wants and the tourists love. What happens is, once they’ve eaten in three restaurants and seen the same menu everywhere, which mostly features fried food and zero homemade desserts, that’s when they come to us,” he explains.

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