This little restaurant features the well-combined experience of a modern establishment serving traditional Cordoba cuisine. The small and simple space has its charm, with little accents of color which stick out against the neutral colors of the walls and the furniture. In terms of what to expect for food, you can find items like tuna tartar, pork confit with potato gratin, and a variety rice dishes and paellas. The staff has been noted to be attentive and multilingual. Reservations are recommended as space is rather limited.
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