Variable cuisine, good to moderate, delivered expensively in a fine building by meseros of a lugubrious disposition.
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The decor and service of this place is great and relaxing. The Ox tail was really excellent! Meatballs were also the best. Make a reservation ahead of time and you wont regret it.
Really interesting restaurant with a varied menu and reasonable prices. We didn't book so we were not sure if we could get in it gradually filled up so booking is recommended.
This restaurant was recommended to us by our hotel owner. He made the reservation. Initially I was a bit reluctant given the mixed TA reviews. But, the experience and foremost the food proved excellent. It is indeed not the cheapest place, but very good seafood...More
Food is ok, nothing fantastic as advertised, especially the price is more than the other restaurants. The personnel greeted us upon arrival, however it was another matter once eaten and paid. The customer is just another foreigner.... In fact, it is worth mentioning that we...More
I am conscious that if your are visiting Córdoba you must visit La Mezquita, but what I am conscious too is that if you do not visit Bodegas Campos probably you have not been in Còrdoba. You can choose whatever you want from the menu,...More
Went here for lunch on el dia de Andalucia a bank holiday when the rain was pouring down. It is a bit more expensive for food but the drinks are not. Had lovely seafood ravioli and steak dishes. Really tasty. Then wandered round the place...More
It looks like a restaurant trying to survive on some past glory it can not sustain. Most dishes are small and way too expensive for the cuality of the cuisine they offer. For what its worth, waiters are professional and very friendly.
Everything was perfect! we ate at the taberna with my parents and even though we did not have a reservation, they helped us out and arranged a table since it was a bit earlier. Try the orange ice-cream and the salmorejo!
We were walking pass this old establishment after visiting Palacio de Viana and decided to pop in for a bite to eat. Quiet when we sat down but it very soon got very busy and I would think you would need to book for a...More