Cordoba being birthplace of the creamy tomato soup with olive oil and garlic known as salmorejo, it is only fitting that there be a restaurant in the city dedicated to exploring and inventing new variations of this dish. Here you can find 36 different salmorejos, including dessert versions. Some examples include variations of salmorejo with beets, corn, and caviar, but this is just the tip of the iceberg. You will find other traditional dishes as well, like flamenquín (deep-fried pork loin wrapped in serrano ham) or fried aubergine, but the salmorejo is the real star of the show. A perfect fusion of traditional and modern cuisine make this gastronomic experience a one of a kind adventure.
Unlike the many traditional restaurants in Cordoba, this one serves a mix of Spanish, Argentinian,... Read more