Geared toward a tourist clientele, this place is always packed, noisy, and fun. Antiques and some wonderful old oil paintings fill this three-floor labyrinth of rooms just around the corner from the mosque, near the Judería. There is live Spanish guitar music most summer nights. A full selection of tapas and house specialties includes tostón de cochinillo con palmentier de patata (crispy suckling pig with herby roast potatoes) and the solidly traditional rabo
de toro (oxtail stew). The cured ham croquettes are reputedly the best in town.
Calle Romero 1, off Deanes, Córdoba, 14003, Spain
Sep 10, 2001
We enjoyed a dinner here. The food was quite good. The atmosphere is a little more formal than some, but not high end. Very good service.