A block east of the Plaza del Potro, this traditional old wine cellar is the epitome of all that's great about Andalusian cuisine and high quality service. The dining rooms are in barrel-heavy rustic rooms and leafy traditional patios (take a look at some of the signed barrels—you may recognize a name or two, such as the former UK prime minister Tony Blair. Magnificent vintage flamenco posters decorate the walls. Regional dishes include solomillo del Valle de los
Pedroches dos salsas y patatas a lo pobre (local pork with two sauces—green and sherry—and creamy potatoes) and dados de bacalao frtio con ali-oli (fried dices of cod with garlic mayonnaise). Vegetables come from the restaurant's own market garden. There's also an excellent tapas bar (from €3).
Calle Los Lineros 32, Córdoba, 14002, Spain