Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes, Cordoba

Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes, Cordoba - Address, Phone Number

Address: C/ Corregidor Luis de la Cerda, 73, 14003 Cordoba, Spain

Phone: +34-957107859

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Timings: 12:30 pm - 11:59 pm Details

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About Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes, Cordoba

One of the best known tapas bars in the Jewish quarter of Cordoba, Bodega Mezquita deserves all the popularity it gets. Treat yourself to a delectable meal accompanied with some of Spain’s finest wines. With a diverse menu that pleases both vegetarians and non vegetarians, you will not be disappointed at this superb restaurant.

Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes Ticket Prices

  • An average meal would cost around 20€-40€.

How To reach Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes by Public Transport

  • Nearest bus stop: Ribera (San Fernando).

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Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes, Cordoba Reviews

  • Welcoming and authentic. I stopped here for dinner on my first day of solo travel and was nervous and a bit embarrassed about dining alone. I apologetically told the server that I just needed a table for one and he put me at ease. Anyway, the food was great. Their gazpacho was fresh and had just the right amount of spiciness, without overpowering the tomato. I also had a pork dish. I don't remember what it was called, but I think it is one of their specialties. The pork was so tender and in a light cinnamon sauce that was perfection. Prices were reasonable and the service was delightful.

  • We got custom service and the wait staff is very invested in what they serve. The caliph aubergine is the best I've put in my mouth. Best gazpacho I've ever had as well.

  • They promote the menu of the day and tapa menu, which we tried. It was expensive for what you end up getting. Although we left full, I don't feel good about how much I paid. Every plate needed salt and the meat was cold. The best part about the restaurant was the server we had. She was very nice and accommodating.

  • Excellent food. Excellent all around dining experience. Ask for Jose. He's warm and gracious with a great sense of humor. Our daughter has lots of allergies and he was especially accommodating and kind and wasn't the least bit bothered by the myriad of questions we had about what was in the food. He even got the chef to make her rice special so that she could eat it. You too will not be disappointed.

  • The food is really nice but unfortunately the restaurant was let down by some Spanish customers at the bar who made loud racist and mocking comments about other customers (who were people of color). The staff didn’t do anything to stop this (like have a quiet word with them) which I thought was not very good (I realize that staff can not control behavior of their customers but they can definately step in when necessary). So come for the food but caution around the customers/vibe

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