The best-known restaurant in southern Córdoba Province is in an Andalusian-style hacienda outside Montilla—near the main road toward Málaga. Start with tapas in the attractive bar, then move on to one of the six dining rooms, where regional specialties include alcachofas al Montilla (artichokes braised in Montilla wine), salmorejo (a thick, garlicky gazpacho), perdiz a la campiña (country-style partridge), and pierna de cordero lechal (leg
of suckling lamb). You can also try local wines here; the fino is particularly good.
Av. Europa 3, Montilla, 14550, Spain