The restaurant is decorated with pictures of famous toreros, bull farmers and many other famous related with toros.
The food is not bull, but service is great and food is very very very good
Favorite Dish: Sopa de ajo blanco
Any meat of fish
There is a menu so you can taste many dishes.
The restaurant itself is completely tiled with the typical azulejos, but you normally eat in the patio that has a little fountain in the middle and plants all around. The ambience is magnificent and the food is excellent.
Ask for the local specialities and you can't go wrong!
Prices are good too, which is an extra advantage.
Favorite Dish: Just ask the waiter for the local dishes, whether you prefer fish or meat you will find something here.
I had a pasta with mushrooms, my husband the typical porc "churrasco", both delicious
We found this restaurant recommended in a few different guides so we thought we'd give it a shot. Luckily it was about a 5 minute walk from our hotel so it was very convenient. The service was great, the food was out of this world and the price was just right. We let the waiter pick our wine and we got a great ¬8 bottle of local wine.
English menus are available upon request
Favorite Dish: I can't remember the Spanish name for this dish but it basically consists of spinach and garbanzo beans that are kind of stewed together. We also had the potatoes, gazpacho and anchovies and a wonderful bottle of wine. This place comes highly recommended.
The owners of this historic restaurant near the Alcázar deserve as much credit for their renovations of a decrepit 15th-century palace as they do for the excellent cuisine produced in their bustling kitchen. Fronting the river in the old Jewish Quarter, La Almudaina is one of the most attractive eateries in Andalusia, where you can dine in one of the lace-curtained salons or on a glass-roofed central courtyard. Specialties include salmon crepes; a wide array of fish, such as hake with shrimp sauce; and meats, such as pork loin in wine sauce. For dessert, try the not-too-sweet chocolate crepe.
El Caballo Rojo
Within walking distance of the Mezquita in the old town, this restaurant is the most popular in Andalusia, and except for La Almudaina , it remains the best in Córdoba. The place has a noise level no other restaurant here matches, but the skilled waiters seem to cope with all demands. Stop in the restaurant's popular bar for a pre-dinner drink, then take the iron-railed stairs to the upper dining room, where a typical meal might include gazpacho, a main dish of chicken, then ice cream and sangria. (The ice cream, incidentally, is likely to be homemade pistachio.) Try a variation on the usual gazpacho--almond-flavored broth with apple pieces. In addition to Andalusian dishes, the chef offers both Sephardic and Mozarabic specialties, an example of the latter being monkfish prepared with pine nuts, currants, carrots, and cream. Real aficionados come here for the rabo de toro (stew made with the tail of an ox or a bull). The cookery is robust and flavorsome.
Dining in Cordoba is more expensive than in Sevilla, probably because Cordoba is a more tourist place.
This tapas is less tourist and the price of food are more reasonable, although also located in the Jewish quarter.
Seafood at least for me. Although my friend had the tenderloin and both were delicious. This restaurant is really close to the mosque. In fact it is right behind it if you are walking from the river. It is a little hidden but most locals know where it is and I am sure will be happy to point you in the direction. In fact the locals recommended it. A lovely restaurant for fine dining.
Favorite Dish: The only 2 I tried the Swordfish (just mouthwatering) and the tenderloin. Both were incredible.
Excellent food and service. Like it. It gets crowded starting at about 9pm. I think it is cheap as compared to restaurants in Singapore for the excellent quality of the food and impeccable service of the waiter and waitresses. It opens at 8.30pm.
Favorite Dish: Everything we tried are delicious. Probably we asked the waiters for 'recomiendo'.
El Churrasco Restaurante in the Juderia
The atmosphere was perfect. You feel like you have walked into a different world - an extra special touch was the heater at the base of the table hidden under the tablecloth - wonderful for a chilly November evening. Service was impeccable!
Favorite Dish: Churrasco Cordobés con Salsas Árabes - mouthwatering pork loin with two choices of dipping sauces.
RESTAURANTE 'MESON DEL TORO': Excellent service and meals.
Address: C/.Fuente de los Picadores,1
Tel.: (957) 28 05 03 - 27 05 47
Eggs mixed up with onions and cod(fish)
This restaurant is nearest the Mosque of Cordoba, the most famous building in the town, and the most visited.
Favorite Dish: Menú mozarabe: destacan de primer plato el revuelto siglo XI, de segundo plato cordero a la miel, y de postre suspiros de Almanzor.
At the bar you have quite reasonable drinks (€1,30 for a glass of cherry, local variety of Jerez, quite dry) and tapas (some come with the drink), inside you have also Flamenco.
Favorite Dish: Tapas
Nice ambience, good tapas and good wines. What else do you want? :)
Well, if you aren't satisfied yet, there is also good beer, reasonable price and friendly service.
Favorite Dish: Salmorejo
The place is not so nice, but the dishes are very fine and welldone
Favorite Dish: Salmonejo, gambas al ajillo Iberico and chorros...Very tasty and tapas are quite 1/2 racion...
Vino de la Casa/ fine too.
Browinie de Chocolate y Avellanas.
Ensalada de Frutas.
Pantait de Avellanas.
Arroz Con Leche.