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About Meson Sevilla
For over 25 years meson Sevilla has established itself as a staple in Midtown Manhattan. Serving classic Spanish cuisine, trendy tapas and Italian specialties, the menu can satisfy everyone's appetite. The restaurant is family owned and operated, and treats all of their guests as family.
New York, NY 10036
Spanish, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 12:00pm - 3:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 3:00pm - 11:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 3:00pm - 12:00am
Between 8th and 9th Avenues
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Catering is available with our large trays that can serve 12 - 15 guests. Delivery service is available within Midtown. Please consult our website for further details.
Parking is available in public lots between 8th and 9th Avenues.
A, C & E trains to 42nd Street/Port Authority.
Private Party Facilities:
The private room at Meson Sevilla can accommodate up to 45 guests. Menu packages are available ranging from $40 to $65 per person. Buffet parties are available for $35 per person.
Private Party Contact:
Benny or Leo: (212) 262-5890
Banquet, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
Meson Sevilla Ratings and Reviews
I was happy with the food overall. One complaint was the paella dish for $25 was the smallest I'd ever seen at a Spanish restaurant. Used to a big dish that 4 people can share in addition to our meals. Skirt steak was some of the most tender I've tasted. Baccalao was very fresh. Desserts we're standard Bindi fare. Red sangria was kind of watery. Main complaint was old musty carpeting - I hate that in a restaurant. Menus covered in plastic had a distinct musty smell as well. Not appealing. Thank goodness the food was good. Place is in desperate need of updating, but ok for a quick meal.
Meson Sevilla is always a good choice for pre-theatre dinner. The prix fixed menu has ample choices and the food is always of good taste and quality. The staff understands that diners have a performance afterwards and make sure food is served in a timely fashion.
Open Table Reservation noted egg/mayonnaise allergy and anniversary, but that did not seem to be acknowledged at all by the venue. We called attention to the reservation but it seemed to be inconsequential. Crab item - when we asked was - acknowledged to have mayonnaise so was not something my husband could eat. ( He later got a burger at McDonald's). While the sangria and some food was enjoyable, it was overall a disappointing experience and we would not return. No ambiance. Lackluster attention.
My husband and I had the paella; we asked if it was enough to split between two people and were told it was enough for one so we ordered two entrees. One would have been more than sufficient for two people. Some of the seafood in the paella was perfectly cooked while some of it was over cooked. Also, the paella was overly oily/buttery and the soda I ordered was syrupy and flat.
the restaurant is near the theater but one does not have the sense of noise and confusion. the key success of this restaurant is the Tapas menu. There are many hot and cold choices and the tastiness and freshness is welcome. Go for the Tapas and make them your meal.
This was our first time eating here after seeing a show. We were originally gonna eat somewhere else, but liked the menu and made a quick reservation on Opentable. They sat us right away. We had about 3 different waiters serve us throughout the night which was nice. I got the shrimp, mussels, calamari and clams in a light tomato sauce with angel hair pasta. It was delicious and light. We also got the pork chop and the lamb chops. My grandma ate all 7 of her chops! That's how good they were. For dessert we had the tiramisu, tartufo and I had the creme brulee. It had an orange background flavor that was really good! Overall a great and relaxing experience. We'll be back!
Attentive service. Went for pre-theater dinner. Tapas quite interesting and varied. Reminded me of our trip to Madrid but ate a lot earlier. A unique and welcome change from the Italian Restaurants on Restaurant Row. Will definitely go back again. Small, cozy restaurant with management who care for their patrons. Food was excellent. Crab stuffed mushrooms, tongue with garlic, calamari well prepared and not chewy. They do a good job and you're not stuffed. Price is remarkable considering where they are located.
The food was just OK for a Spanish restaurant. The portions were small. The paella marinara could have had more seafood in it. The gazpacho soup is delicious and authentic. Forget wine bottles, prices are high. The sangria (white) is made well with the fruit infused in liquor. Our waiter Carlos was exellent.
Meson Savilla never disappoints.... great food, great service.... been going here for years.
Great place for pre-theater lunch or dinner. We had the skirt steak special and the pork chop special. Very tasty. Rice was a bit dry but still a very good meal. Sangria was delicious. We will return every time we go back to see a Broadway show.
Food was wonderful. My only comoplaint was we ordered fried calamari, it camed grilled, we told them what we ordered and 1 minute later it came out lightly fried. This made the calamari over cooked and tough. The Piaia was paella was excellent, enough for 2 to share. I had the sea bass with seafood which also was excellent.
A family member recommended this restaurant. We both ordered the pre fix meal. It was wonderful. Everything was delicious. I especially loved the mussels in marinara sauce. The waiters were friendly and attentive. This place is such a good value for the Theater District.
Unfortunately really bland food. The octopus appetizer was Soaked in oil. Couldn't taste flavor of the octopus. Garlic potatos were cold white potatos w some bland aioli sauce. The paella, our main dish was like eating air. I wanted to get a burger afterwards just to get some type of taste in my mouth. So many better restarants.
Have been going to this restaurant for years. However they've really gone down in value. The dinner used to come with a salad and also the crunchy potatoes as part of the meal included. It no longer does. There are still many restaurants of this type that do include them. I would not go back again. Also $32 for a picture of sangria is ridiculous.
Great food and service. The champagne sangria was excellent. All of the tapas were tasty especially the braised lamb shank. We were very pleased with our dining experience. Some of the restaurants in theatre restaurant row are over priced and underwhelming. That was certainly not the case here. We tried several tapas and loved them all. We will come back next time we are in the city to try more.
My friends and I have been to this restaurant many times. We even have our favorite table which we are always seated at! The staff is always friendly and accommodating. We especially like the fact that we can have a glass of sangria, so if the show turns out to be a bomb, we don't feel it as much. We totally enjoy the food and love getting the dessert!
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