It was a good marketing idea - open a Jewish themed restaurant in the city where no Jews have lived for 500 years. In this sense the restaurant is unique.
Anyway, if you are looking for good food, it is a good place to have a break from wandering the old Cordoba.
Make sure to visit the nearby Casa de Sefarad - a small private museum of Jewish life and Maimonides.
On some evenings, Casa de Sefarad offers flamenco shows - highly recommended. Preorder your tickets because usually the show is a sold out for days in advance.
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