Not far from La Mesquita but not used by the tourist masses. Not big but with an interesting menu of different items. Salmorejo de esparrago and ensalada de bacalao with naranja were excellent.
We visited this little restaurant in the Easter break and were very pleased with the menu of the day,olives, andalucia ganzapo soup, oxtail stew and cheese cake, nice wine and a complimentary Pedro Ximénez. The staff were very friendly and made us welcome.
Unpretentious with tasty and well cooked food at good prices. Try the lettuce hearts with garlic for a great textural flavor hit. The garlic prawns and fried pork are also wonderful. Nice wine too!
This little place is located in a small alley in the Juderia. The place itself is not fancy, neither is the food. Yet we were surprised how good the food turned out to be.Anvhovies with white vinegar and garlic prawn are must-try items there. If you opt for simple and delicious food, this place is what you are looking for.
Hidden away in a tiny street-more of a passage way just off the Mezquita. Very welcoming, good selection of tapas and beverages. Do not serve coffee-an excuse to visit yet another bar after your meal for coffee lovers :-)
I visited Cordoba in October with my wife. On Sunday afternoon we were feeling peckish and found ouselves outside this little bar. We decided to give it a try and we were not disappointed. The bar is small but there are tables outside also. Good selection of authentic tapas. They also serve good local wines including the excellent local fino... More
I traveled to Cordoba on my own from Seville and came across this little restaurant by accident. I walked in and was greeted very warmly by the bartender and the owner of the restaurant. They made excellent recommendations (Tortilla de patatas & Solomillo con salsa de tomate).
Nice little raciones bar near the mosque. Get there early to get a table. Very friendly and welcoming.
Tucked away on Calle de las Comedias, is a treasure of reasonably priced tapas dining. The house wine is cheap and eminently quaffable, the service attentive, and food is awesome with a wide choice and plentiful portions. It is a great opportunity to watch the world go by as you perch at tiny tables on the 'road' side. No traffic... More
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