Founded in 1980, Taberna Góngora is a casual neighborhood tapas tavern serving typical Cordoban cuisine. Averaging around 10 euros a person, you and a group of friends can enjoy glasses of local Montilla Moriles wine while sharing plates of fried anchovies with lemon, lamb skewers, venison meatballs, or fried eggplant. Be sure to try some local specialties like flamenquín, a long piece of pork loin wrapped and deep-fried in slices of jamón Serrano and breadcrumbs; salmorejo, a cold, thick tomato soup garnished with diced ham and boiled eggs; or cochifritos, a dish of fried lamb or goat meat with a mixture of rosemary, spearmint, garlic, and other seasonings. Taberna Góngora is a great place to grab a bite before hitting the streets for some nightlife, or breakfast in the morning.
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