There are numerous places to eat in Córdoba, a city that can boast a nationally recognized gastronomy and hospitality services that live up to its reputation. The restaurant Choco, winner of a Michelin star, offers a cuisine resulting from an attractive union between tradition and modernity that has made it one of the most popular places in the city.
One place to take into account when eating in Cordoba is El Churrasco, specialized in grilled meats, cooked to the eye of the customer, and other Andalusian specialties. Very good Iberian charcoal prey.
Casa Pepe de la Judería keeps intact the essence of the old taverns of Cordoba and offers its customers a specialized menu in the traditional recipe book of the area. Its clientele qualifies it as outstanding and some of its dishes you will find in the form of a tapa. We suggest you ask for a salmorejo yes or yes.
El Envero restaurant uses seasonal Andalusian products to create a tractive menu where recipes from the interior of Andalusia go hand in hand with the best fish from its coasts. A place with delicious dishes like its duck cannelloni or cod.
Taberna Salinas is another establishment of traditional Cordovan style, as much for its decoration as for its wide gastronomic proposal.
The Puerta Sevilla restaurant is located in a Cordovan-style house and presents a classic culinary proposal adapted to the demands of recent times.
Another classic to eat in Cordoba is Bodegas Campos, where in addition to enjoying Cordoba cuisine in its purest essence, you can celebrate all kinds of family or business events.
There are more places in Córdoba where to celebrate special occasions. These establishments also have large capacity rooms, so finding a table in them is relatively simple. Some of the most popular are the Bandolero restaurant and Cuevas Romanas.
If you want to enjoy good seafood, La Gamba de Oro always has a fresh and quality genre.