Just a few minutes' walk from the Plaza de las Tendillas and opposite the lovely San Miguel Church, this popular tapas spot—also known as the Casa el Pisto (House of Ratatouille)—was established in 1880. You can choose to squeeze in at the bar and dine on tapas (€2.10) or spread out a little more on the patio decked with ceramics and bullfighting memorabilia, where half and full portions are served. Legenadary toreador Manolete is particularly revered here. The menu is one long list of typical local dishes so expect to find oxtail, salmorejo (thick tomato soup) and flamenquín (breaded pork fillet with cheese).
Pl. San Miguel 1, Córdoba, 14002, Spain