I wanted to have paella but pitty it was finished so i change to fish tajin. The tajin is way too salty and there is no side dish to go along with the tajin and i need to ask bread instead of they offer automatically...More
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We were there the week before Easter and they had a religious procession planned that evening and the whole area was closed off by the police so we had a small choice of restaurants. We had a Tajin of Chicken and an Andalusian salad. It...More
We arrived at this restaurant on our first day in Cordoba about 7pm. We were told that food wasn't available so early. 3 different waiting staff told us 3 different times for when they would start serving meals. We waiting until just before 8pm before...More
Surprisingly good place to eat. Loved Tortilla which is local specialty of Cordoba. Another good one was salmorejo, a kind of gazpacho soup but more like a thick one.
We popped while passing on our first night in Cordoba. We were shown to a nice little table and after a short wait ordered a few tapas, a salad and a couple of beers. We had some very tasty croquettes, beef in tomato sauce (lovely),...More
We have been here in Spain for over three years. And this place ranks in our personal top ten. It has hands down the best croquettes that we have had. And the tortilla was amazing. Highly recommended. The service was friendly, and even more impressive,...More
This is a great spot in the square surrounding the mosque and cathedral. The staff are friendly, the food wonderful and the portion size just right... great place to taste local Andalusian dishes...highly recommend.
Definitely worth the visit. The food is delicious and they have a tapas and full size portion menu. The different tapas were delicious and they have some phenomenal soups as well. Definitely affordable.
Poor unfriendly service, ordinary but expensive food. The positive about this place is its location close to the mezquita and the bridge across the river, but there are many other restaurants nearby too.