This traditional bodega is well worth seeking out, friendly and great sherries. We enjoyed our visit.
While my wife and I were wondering the streets of the old town we stumbled upon Bodega Guzman and had our first lesson on Spanish Vermouth - not sherry from this region but vermouth. Served from wooden kegs, many selections.......... very different and more enjoyable that Italian or French vermouth. What a wonderful experience drinking vermouth and eating wonderful local... More
Cordoba is full of restaurants and bars for turists. You can read multi-language menu's everywhere. When we passed outside the door of Bodega Guzman we were intrigued by its "non turistic" approach. Dark, austere, simple. We got in and were delighted by some of the best tapas in all Andalusia and by their wine. Yes, bodega means that they produce... More
Having read about this place we were keen to try it. The sherry was great, but the food choices limited and the quality much lower than we expected. Interesting place for people watching.
Bodega Guzman doesn't try to entice you from the street like many of the other (touristy) places in Cordoba, preferring instead to remain with a subtle entrance that may have not changed since the regulars who prop up the bar first came (many years ago I would suspect). This is certainly one of its main benefits - It isn't unfriendly... More
Great sherry, atmosphere, service and JAMON!! We only stayed 1 night in Cordoba but Guzman was the most memorable place in the city for me. Lots of locals, sat around sipping fino sherry and chattng gave the place a really authentic feel and the service (despite my limited Spanish!) was excellent. A real find and if you want to see... More
If you like proper Spain do not be put off by the seemingly austere external appearance of this place I first visited 12 years ago and I am delighted its still there. Its a sherry bodega and makes no concessions to tourists (excellent in my opinion) Only stayed one night in Cordoba so could only visit once for a few... More
We hesitated the first time we passed this Taberna as it looked and smelled like a serious drinking establishment! How wrong we were the second time around when we darted in to get out of the heat. It was great! Really good montilla wine and an excellent range of tapas - some quite unusual. We loved the berenjenas Almagro.
My father took me to this place because he knows I love local wine. It is indeed one of the best tabernas in Cordoba. We just had some cheese which was good so I cannot tell much about the food
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