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Being Foodies in Cordoba

By Ingridd @cosytraveler

Lars and I have very good memories of Cordoba and especially of the food we ate there. Let us show you some mouthwatering pictures! By the way, most of the restaurants we visited are only a few steps away from the Mezquita.

The first restaurant we tried was La Tinaja. Lars and I shared a tapas menu here and it was heavenly!

This is the place where Lars and I discovered salmorejo, a chilled tomato soup with egg and bacon. It resembles gazpacho and is a speciality of Cordoba. Unfortunately, we forgot to take a picture of it. We had a second soup, also cold, which was based on almonds. We finished it before we could photograph it... Anyway, the salmorejo was without any doubt one of the best dishes we had last year. The aubergine with honey and the stuffed pork tenderloin were fantastic as well.

La Tinaja
Paseo de la Ribeira, 12

A few steps away from La Tinaja is Sojo Fusion. Cool and refreshing interior, great music and food. We tried the salmorejo again - Lars and I had fallen in love with this dish - and had tuna as a main dish. We would love to come here again.

Last but not least, Taberna del Rio is also located on the Paseo de la Ribera. Keyword: generous portions! And of course, great food. Salmorejo again, noodles with tuna for me and risotto with oxtail for Lars. Not bad at all...

In the next post, we will talk about a stunning nature park we accidentally found in the province of Granada!

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