An unpretentious little taberna with someone who really knows what they're doing (probably la abuela) in the kitchen. I would especially recommend la carrillada en salsa (pork cheeks in sauce) and the abanico ibérico (pork cutlets). The bacalao frito (fried cod) and rabo de toro (oxtail) are also very good. Very unusually for a Cordoban taberna, the chips that accompany the meat dishes are excellent. Wi-fi is available.
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