This rustic and authentic tapas bar is tucked away in the beautiful Jerónimo Páez Square. Palm trees shade the terrace of La Cávea, and you can enjoy a tranquil meal with the calming sound of fountains and the lack of traffic passing by. The place offers many tapas and meals representing the traditional style of local cooking, prepared with ingredients specific to the region. Some of their specialties include the suckling pig, Salmorejo cordobés (a cold-served tomato cream), and Bacalao Rebozado (battered cod). Dishes can be ordered as either tapas or medium/large portions. If you’d like to try a variety of their dishes, ordering tapas is an excellent choice.
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