Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes

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

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).

Restaurants Near Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes

  • Hostel El Truinfo

  • Restaurante Amaltea

  • Restaurante los Omeyas

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  • 95% of people who visit Cordoba include Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes in their plan

  • 39.8% of people start their Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes

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Bodegas Mezquita Cespedes, Cordoba Reviews

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  • Super good food and fantastic, patient and passionate service. They serve most dishes in 3 sizes...tapa, 1/2 and full portion. The tapas are priced at €3.5-4 so you can almost try half the menu and only pay about €30! Amazing value and great flavours. Must at least try the fried cod bites and pickled hake dishes (€3.5). Small seafood paella for €8. Larger meat dishes for €8-12. These would all be priced at €18-20 in the expensive restaurants here.

  • Had a selection of delicious tapas, special mention to the Spanish omelette with aoli. Service was extremely fast and friendly. A very busy little place, highly recommend.

  • Food was delicious and affordable. I normally avoid restaurants nearby tourist attractions for obvious reasons, but after reading the reviews, we decided to go and were not disappointed. What is great about this place is that you can order almost all of their dishes "tapas" size and sample a lot of delicious food.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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