Córdoba was once the premier city of the Western World, the greatest metropolis west of Constantinople, and the seat of Europe’s first university. Today, there’s a modern commercial center, but most travelers love strolling the town’s ancient cobblestone streets, peeking through gates for glimpses of lush flowers and beautiful tiled fountains.
Things to do in Cordoba
4.5 based on 606 reviews
The cuisine at the "Taberna San Cristobal" is rich and varied uses high quality products with the best professional worked. It combines traditional dishes from Cordoba who make the founders, eggs and mayonnaise salmorejo, medallions, pomfret and streets to the current recipe made with its own mess in the house, fried eggplant, oxtail, cod with tomato and spider from others. It is considered one of the best pubs and the best tapas in Cordoba.
An incredible lunch experience. The food, service, and ambiance were all excellent. My wife and I were warmly greeted by presumably the owner (very welcoming man), and taken to the nicely-appointed dining room in the rear of the restaurant. He realized my Spanish was quite limited, so he provided us English menus, and then patiently explained each of his recommended dishes, and he suggested we share these. We chose 3 of his suggested dishes. The first course was berenjenes (fried zucchini) -- truly wonderful, particularly with the honey syrup. The 2nd dish was [something?.. Arana] (fried white fish), also great. The third dish was Rabos de Toro (ox-tail) -- this too was tremendous, being so flavorful, with much meat and tender. The bottle of Rioja was excellent as well. The meal concluded with complimentary small sweet pastry and liquors. The final bill for these items, and the bread and 2-bottles of Perrier came to 54 euros. Service throughout was extremely attentive. We highly recommend Taberna San Cristobal.
4.5 based on 169 reviews
I visited this place by chance in a very hot summer afternoon looking for some refreshment in Cordoba. It was a revelation! Probably the best gazpacho I had during my Andalusian trip, but in general everything was prepared gently and with love. And incredibly tasty! The owner is a very friendly person. Yes, I do recommend this place!
4.5 based on 255 reviews
This charming restaurant, led by Francisco and Narciso brothers, is located in a traditional neighborhood of the city, the district of San Lorenzo. In found a cozy restaurant for a maximum of thirty people. We try to give the customer a feeling of comfort and tranquility so you can enjoy all the quality products offered in it. We were very clear where riding the restaurant, because this neighborhood is where we were born and gave us the opportunity to belong to it, we appreciate it with your name, LA CUCHARA DE SAN LORENZO.
The service is impeccable and the quality of the food is very high, a bit pricy bit acceptable as long as you stick to the menu. They offer daily specials that are not on the menu though, they sound great but turn out to be more expensive than you could expect so they become bad news at the end of the meal.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This place deserves 5 (or even 6) stars in every respect. Wonderful value. The Maitre'd is a dynamo, oozing welcome and bonhomie at a speed with is theatre to watch. And he gives every credit for the wonderful food to Maria the cook. It fully deserves its high ranking. But it is small, so book to avoid disappointment.
4.5 based on 305 reviews
Stopped here twice on our way to and from the centre of town, Excellent friendly service and traditional generous tapas. Highly recommended for the original Spanish experience.
4.5 based on 671 reviews
restaurant in Cordoba . Authentic Mexican Food, Nachos, Enchiladas, Tacos, Quesadillas, Vegetarian food, all top quality . Best Mexican beers, Cocktails.
Finally someone communicated in english! We were greated properly and was taken care of in a friendly non-intrusive style. The food was fresh and very tasty. The spicy salsa was indeed spicy and the coconut salsa was a lovely twist! Just a little gem this, hid away in an back alley. Well worth the look for and its high ranking on Tripadvisor.
5 based on 764 reviews
Whatever brings you to Cordoba, go to this restaurant. Wonderfully friendly staff, absolutely outstanding value for money, a theatrical performance and exquisite food presenting with imagination and style. We had the twelve course tasting menu with a 6 wine flight. Each course was exciting to taste and we enjoyed the anticipation of how each course would be presented. Exceptional. Worth going back to Cordoba - and its a long way for us!!
4.5 based on 309 reviews
Located directly at the river a bit outside the tourist center this restaurant is certainly worth a small walk.
Food. Tradional spanish, good Appetizers, very nice mains, freshly and well prepared and a very good look too. Very geerous with addional small bites and in pouring Drinks
Atmosphere: You will have enough to detect in the decoration for some time. Just look around it is funny.
Service: Very nice and attentive, a Restaurant I can fully recommend.
4.5 based on 747 reviews
We had a truly delicious dinner at La Cuarta just last week. The food was presented well and extremely tasty. Our waiter, Sami, was attentive and helped make for a memorable dinner experience. And when dinner is over, don't forget to walk across the plaza and check out the Roman Temple ruins. Cordoba is an amazing city, and dinner at La Cuarta was a great addition.
4.5 based on 555 reviews
total disappointment, we went to this restaurant on the recommendation of some friends, it is true that we went without reservation and there was no place, but we agreed with the waitress to wait for a free table with a beer (for her face it seemed that she didn't like the idea at all) , we waited for an hour or more watching how people who had arrived after us were served before , just for the reason of being 4 instead of 2, but that's not all, I found the quality / price excessive, small plates, big prices, really expensive for what It was. I did not like it very much
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