My husband and I stumbled on this bodega at midnight after leaving the Hammam on the same street. In Spanish fashion, I decided to have a glass of wine and a tapas. The chicken tajin was so delicious that we ordered several more items. This is not a fancy spot, but casual, with Cordoban flamenco groups performing on the TV. The space was clean and modern, service was quick, which was perfect as we just wanted a quick bite. We were able to compare the tapas to other restaurants bc we ordered some of the same things we had had elsewhere. Our feeling was that, bc we are not particularly fond of traditional Spanish cuisine, we found the arabic influenced dishes here very well seasoned and clean. When I asked for a glass of wine that resembled an Albarino, I got something that tasted similar. At other restaurants, i was not successful at getting the kind of wine I prefer. The prices were very reasonable.
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