This place is packed with atmosphere and histories. Six metres to the ceiling and a décor that looks like a mix between a local refuge and a dance hall for fine people, and they have their own orangery. Come early and enjoy a beer while just being present. And then eat: The portions are generous, the prices low and the bacalao posada is truly amazing. The outstanding features on this menu is however vegetarian; their reinterpreted coleslaw, their plate of various grilled fungi and the greatest of all and unique for Cordoba – their Parrilla de Verdura, plate of freshly grilled vegetables. Outstanding.
They make their own white wine, which is actually better than most wines served on cafes in Spain. Their chef is a local tv-star (their homepage informs), but it is the team of Mario and Lourdes that embed the spirit of this place: vibrant, warm and engaging. This is a place not to be missed.
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