Great food, ultra friendly host. Reservation required (only a few tables). Luque entertains and spoils the customers, his wife Maria takes care of the kitchen. SUPER!
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Walking through the hellish hot streets of Córdoba to find this bloody restaurant only to find it was was closed when you were clearly saying it was open!! Thank a lot for nothing...
We hadn't reserved a table (one would recommend you do) but luckily a couple were just leaving as we arrived for lunch. I ate bulls tail which was cooked to perfection, meat just fell away from the bone and the sauce was extremely flavoursome. My...More
We reserved a table for two persons for Saturday evening at around 9pm. We arrived and were kindly greeted by Antonio, the waiter and owner, and were shown our table inside. The restaurant is air-conditioned and feels authentic. The décor is really nice and makes...More
Went to this restaurant late like at 2120 2130 because it was all reserved. Politely asked in how much time a table would be available. A old male waitress who looke reall nice and kind with its coatumers told me about half an hour, then...More
My wife and I decided to try Taberna Luque for a quick lunch after our tour of the Mezquita. Thankfully, there were a couple of free tables outside on our arrival at 13:30. Within a couple of minutes of our arrival, Antonio, the owner and...More
The food was very delicious. If looking for something light, the scrambled eggs are a must try. The server was extremely accommodating and very nice. The salmorejo was very interesting to taste but should definitely give it a go as it is a cordoba special....More
We enjoyed a lovely lunch at this restaurant. The waiter Antonio was one of the most friendly and efficient we have ever seen, dashing from table to table in an extremely busy little restaurant. Our food was excellent, including a complimentary hors d'oeuvre of tomato,...More
Even on a very warm day sitting on the patio was a delight. The street is charming as is the waiter/owner. My bf and I enjoyed the refreshing vermouth aperitif with the Salamorejo and gazpacho sopas. Next we tried the anchovies salad and the much...More