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Reviewed 24 April 2019

An indoor fruit and veg market located just over the bridge in Triana.

The market is quite small. There is a cafe to rear of the market, but it didn't't look that clean and the prices were very expensive. It seemed to be full of tourists with not a local in sight, so we gave it a swerve.

If you don't visit, you're not missing anything.

Date of experience: March 2019
1  Thank LiciaW
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Reviewed 14 April 2019

The Mercado de Triana is a nice market hall, busy with stalls for all kind of fresh food, but also plenty of little pubs. we had a great lunch here, with all fresh seafood.

Date of experience: April 2019
Thank r0landbrunner
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Reviewed 9 April 2019

From some of the photos it may seem that the market is bigger than it really is. It is a local market where Spanish people living in the area go to buy vegetables, fruit, fish, meat, cheese, bread and sweet pastries but I really enjoy these markets when I visit a new city so I suggest if you are in the area to go in and have a look.

Although the opening hours indicate that it opens at 8am in reality the sellers are still setting up the stalls at this time so I suggest to not be here before 10am or even 11am.
We were there early and had some time to go round the stalls with no one else there except for the sellers themselves.

We then sat at one of the tables and ordered a cortado(espresso macchiato) and an americano served in glasses instead of the mugs we are used to (which is typical of Spanish cafes). We also savored two panini with jamon, they brought us olive oil and tomato purée so we could add as much as we wanted. They will also give you butter if you ask for it. The waiter speaks a number of languages so it will not be a problem to order and enjoy breakfast or a snack.

I suggest buying so fresh fruits and some deserts from Manu Java on your way out which you can eat later (like we did).

Date of experience: April 2019
1  Thank maltese_foodie
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Reviewed 7 April 2019 via mobile

Took a bu over the river to Triana and the covered market. A great selection of stalls selling some fabulous looking fresh produce, fish and meat. Would be great to live near here and have all,this available to you.

Thank kangeroo77
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Reviewed 30 March 2019 via mobile

Love markets and always go when I’m a new city.
This is a small covered market with lots of local produce, and a stall selling amazing leather handbags very cheaply.
Worth a wander through it.

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank U8357BEalisons
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