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A brand new food hall, called Street Market Triana, is set to open up next month in Triana on Domingo J Navarro street (close to Allende Triana).
Set in a refurbished townhouse dating back to 1901 it will contain a range of restaurants and bars set over 450 square metres on three floors. The decor will be a mix of colonial and modern with plenty of greenery.
The ground floor will have six small food stands offer food to take away or to eat on the 25-table street terrace on Domingo J Navarro street. So far, we know that there will be Peruvian food courtesy of Segundo Muelle, Basque pinchos, baked goods and other tapas-style offerings. Terrace drinks will be served by a Gin Club bar located inside.
On the first floor, there are three restaurants serving meat, seafood and rice.
The roof is to be opened up and will eventually have a bar or restaurant. It is connected to the rest of the building via a glass lift. There are also plans for tastings and live music.
The project has taken three years due to extensive work on the building but is due to open at the end of November or beginning of December.
Source: La Provincia