Very disappointing. Very average tapas. No idea where the positive reviews have come from. Tasteless stuff.
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A busy wee place, with nice friendly staff,and good central location. It was a bit dimly lit through the back. However, the food was nice and straightfoward, and honest. We had the secreto iberico, which had a great paprika hit. Very pleasant, and a good...More
this restaurant is close to the Almodovar gate, beautiful place and not very touristic, full of space and with air con. We loved the Salmorejo and their auberguines with honey. Nice place for lunch
Small bar with several rooms inside but great atmosphere. The barman was very helpful and good humoured. He showed us a good time and even brought us a free chupito with the bill. The tapas were very nice (and big) and I would definitely go...More
Sad...we had read wonderful things about this restaurant, so thought we would give it a try on our one day in Cordoba. Staff was friendly, menu looked good. Ordered Sangria first...it was more like red colored 7-up than anything else. Ordered a couple of tapas,...More
After a long day of travel, we didn't want to search all over to find a good place to eat. We stopped at Taberna Salinas, which was very near our apartment, and conveniently located on one of the main shopping streets in the old section....More
The restaurant is in the old Jewish Quarter. The portions are generous, the prices are very reasonable and the service was excellent. Although the wait staff did not speak English they have an English menu if needed so ordering is not an issue.
Had the choice of 3 dining rooms to eat (rainy, so not on the patio), pretty decor Staff was immediately friendly and helpful. They have an English menu. Had the mixed vegetables, salmorejo and fried cod croquettes. All delicious. They offered us a complimentary taste...More
Nice atmosphere, friendly staff, good value and brilliant value. We ordered a half portion Pisto (mixed stew vegetables), and a portion of flaminqin (the classic local dish of pork & ham rolled up in a fried sausage like thing. ). We love the Pisto, but...More