Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes

Currently Closed
  • Address: C/ Corregidor Luis de la Cerda, 73, 14003 Cordoba, Spain
  • Timings: 12:30 pm - 11:59 pm Details
  • Phone: +34-957107859
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Restaurant, Winery, Family And Kids

Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes - Review

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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TripHobo Highlights for Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes

  • Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes Address: C/ Corregidor Luis de la Cerda, 73, 14003 Cordoba, Spain
  • Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes Contact Number: +34-957107859
  • Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes Timing: 12:30 pm - 11:59 pm
  • Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes Price: Free
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  • 56% of people who visit Cordoba include Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes in their plan

  • 32.5% of people start their Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes visit around 4 PM - 5 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes

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Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes, Cordoba Reviews

  • There is no shortage of restaurants in old Town, if anything there may be too many spots creating an overwhelming sensation when choosing a spot to eat. I suggest you just go for it when you run into a place that looks right. That was the case with Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes for us. Great atmosphere, knowledgeable and very friendly service (Alberto was amazing and very accommodating with food allergies request and wine pairing suggestions) and delicious food. I'd recommend gazpacho and cinnamon pork. The price point is very attractive as well.

  • We went as part of a tour party and were well looked after. The food was excellent - we all had the fixed price tapas deal which was 6 dishes for about 14 euros - I was stuffed by the time I got to number 5, so I passed on the dessert tapas. Really worth a visit.

  • Despite being right in the middle of the tourist area, this restaurant had reasonable prices, and good traditional tapas dishes. Waiters and waitresses were friendly and spoke good English. Oxtail stew was very good, so was the mushroom croquette.

  • The waiter at the bar, Alberto, was very knowledgeable and friendly. He suggested all my tapas and each one was different and delicious. Great food, friendly service, and a nice atmosphere. I recommend you try this place.

  • Our last night in Córdoba and we did not know where to eat there is loads of choice and all the restaurants look so inviting. We chose the Bodegas Mezquita on Calle Cespedes and could not have chosen a better restaurant for our final dinner in this great city. Our waiter was fantastic he recommended what we should have for dinner and took into consideration the fact that my wife can’t abide garlic and we had a dining experience I will never forget. The squid was perfectly cooked, our tapas of potato croquets were flavoursome, the cheese selection was amazing and my main of rabo de toro was to die for. However the absolute show stopper was the tuna we had. I don’t know how it was cooked but the taste and flavours just blew both our minds, it was fantastic no other word for it. We shared a pudding that was light and tasty we had a bottle of rose that was produced locally that was dry and delightful and all for less that 50 euro including a tip. I could not believe it!! If you visit Córdoba go to this restaurant it is brilliant.

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