Quite a few places closed on Mondays in Cordoba, at least it seemed so on this Monday night in February, so we were happy to find this place open and even open a bit earlier than many restaurants in Spain seem to be.
I had read a number of positive reviews in Spanish and my experience, with my decent but not fluent Spanish, was much the same as those reviews.
We had the Flamenquin, which is one of the specialties of Cordoba. It's basically a long thin piece of pork wrapped with ham, then coated with egg and breadcrumbs and deep fried - but better than it sounds. At least at this restaurant it was quite good and not greasy, and the fries they served with it were homemade and tasted great.
The price was very reasonable for the quality and quantity of the food and the service was good. Not sure how much English they speak, but if you know even a bit of Spanish you should be able to get by, the waiter made me feel welcome!
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