My husband and I stumbled upon this restaurant and we LOVED it. The restaurant was about to close for their afternoon siesta but they graciously stayed open a little longer to accommodate us (as well as other hungry tourists) - we were very thankful. The waiter was super nice and took the time to explain the dishes. This lunch was my favorite meal of my 17 day trip through Spain! I am no foodie but I know great food and service when I see it. We ordered the sangria pitcher to share (if you don't like sugar, ask that they don't add any - it is common in all of Cordoba that sugar is added to the mix). I ordered the morcilla (very common dish) and it was made to perfection! I had the chicken salad as my main course - it was so large I finished it later on for dinner.
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