It is always a challenge to find good and cosy restaurants in a new city. In this article, you will find an overview of some nice places to eat and drink in Córdoba, so you no longer have to spend hours searching on Tripadvisor!
We stayed one night in Córdoba in Laprin Appartment and had breakfast, lunch and dinner once in Córdoba. The apartment is about 15 minutes’ walk from the Mezquita and is very spacious and affordable.
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Churros at Churreria Santos Martires
I’m pretty sure you know them: Spanish Churros. Churros are sweet snacks that are also called Spanish doughnuts. They are made of deep-fried wheat dough. Did you know that there are two different types of Churros? The first variant is the Churros as I know them in the Netherlands, but there is also a thinner and rounder variant.
Churreria Santos Martires is a small shop near the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, where they sell the second variant. Naturally, you have to eat Churros when in Spain and Churreria Santos Martires is a great spot! They prepare your churros on the spot, so they are really fresh. However, there can be a (large) queue, as the local Spaniards will order big batches!
Tip: After eating the churros, pay a visit to Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, as this is less than a two-minute walk. Curious about the other sights in Córdoba? Read more here!
Breakfast or lunch at Breakfast Club & Co.
Breakfast Club & Co is a nice restaurant in the center of Córdoba. The restaurant is characterized by a combination of both London and Córdoba atmospheres. The Breakfast Club & Co serves street food and is known for its poached eggs and great hamburgers. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner and cocktails here. I can really recommend the bagel with salmon and a fresh smoothie!
Eating tapas at Canadian Bar and Tapas
When you are in Spain, a visit to a tapas restaurant is not to be missed! A nice tapas restaurant, which was close to our accommodation, is Canadian Bar and Tapas. This restaurant is located just outside the center. They serve delicious, traditional tapas. You can sit inside as well as outside.
Note: The restaurant serves the tapas as two different portions as tapas and as a main dish. If you want to share tapas, go for the small portions.
Tip: Arrive just before the Spaniards start eating, as it’ll guarantee you’ll have a spot. Later in the evening there will be quite a queue!