We stumbled upon La Noria on our second day in Priego and returned day after day. The fish was just amazing - especially the beautifully prepared hake - and the enormous fresh fresh salads (which we usually shared) sometimes containing pithless pieces of still glistening orange segments or tiny pieces of fig and much more just drew us back - even after a superb elegant lunch in the old part of Cordoba (Taberna, Puerte Sevilla, calle Postera 51) - in the evenings. It is a very Spanish little restaurant and bar in a beautiful location, just opposite the flood lit castle, and we were the only tourists. The really kind and extremely efficient waitress is still there but we also got to know a little the extremely talented and spotlessly turned out chef and owner. Towards the end of our visit we were often treated to amazing puddings to share or a freshly baked tapas or two. The whole atmosphere was extremely friendly and we loved it there.
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