Ok so you are eating on the street, but excellent tapas (fried cod, patas moriscos - topped with curried mayonnaise - and berenjeras (aubergines) fried and then drizzled with cane sugar honey were a delight. So were the sangrias and cool dry white wine we knocked them back with. Nice location, overlooked by blue flower pots and white buildings give a real feeling of being in your 'quartier'. Early October, but helped by the balmy night air, we had sound tapas, good value and excellent service. Best, unpretentious, meal in 2 days in Codoba! NB has the 'Qualidad Touristica' sign - would be interested to know if all the places bearing this insignia are as good.
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