Located in the center of Cordoba, this restaurant is where the spirit of the tavern -- meeting friends, enjoying conversation, and not worrying about time or responsibilities -- is preserved and respected. Naturally, this is accompanied by traditional Cordoban cuisine, including dishes like thick tomato soup (salmorejo), oxtail stew, and the ever popular deep-fried pork loin wrapped in serrano ham (flamenquín). Don't expect anything unusual or avant-garde here; it is traditional Cordoban all the way. In addition to the freshly prepared food, the artwork also pays tribute to the traditions of Cordoba, depicting bullfighting scenes and recounting the history of Cordoba's cherished culture. Make sure to dress up a little if you want to dine here. Reservations are recommended.
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