At Cuevas Romanas, recommended entrées include cod confit and sautéed zucchini with mushrooms and sirloin tips. Although savory Cordoba delicacies should be reason enough to dine here, most customers are really here to breathe in the amazing history and archaeology that lurks in the establishment. You’re not going to find any other dining experience in Andalusia quite as unique as this. The impressive 2,000 year old excavation site consists of a large underground gallery system which is partly excavated and accessible. It consists of a large hall and several galleries, which is where you’ll be dining. During the summer, guests may also enjoy their meal in the beautiful garden next to the house. So go check it out yourself; we promise you won’t regret it.
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