Eat at the Jewish Quarter

Tavern at the Mosque of Córdoba

Are you looking for a place to eat at the Jewish Quarter of Córdoba?

Undoubtedly, the Jewish Quarter of Córdoba is one of the most attractive places to eat or enjoy some tapas among friends and family. Its ambient, steeped in centuries of history, its charming locations…

The issue here is, sometimes it’s hard to tell a true typical tabern apart from a «tourist trap». Here at Taberna Rafaé, we would like to give you some key concepts to take into account if you want to eat at the Jewish Quarter.

What you should know if you want to eat at the Jewish Quarter of Córdoba

As you may possibly know already, not everything that glitters is gold, nor all restaurants are equal. That’s why we want to give you some guidelines to ensure you make the right choice!

  • Typical gastronomical offer: Any restaurant worth its salt will offer its clients dishes that are typical of their region, better yet if the ingredients are fresh and locally-sourced. Flee from «typical spanish food» restaurants whose offer goes no further than paella and spanish omelette. Probably a tourist trap.
  • Well-kept: A typical restaurant at the Jewish Quarter is usually well-kept and with a very specific look. Avoid places that look shabby or like tourist attractions.
  • Terrace: Even if it isn’t a must, a terrace improves your experience of eating at the Jewish Quarter quite a bit.
  • Well-trained Staff: A restaurant should rely on a team of professionals with the necessary experience and know-how. It’s usually not a good idea to visit places that seem understaffed or with a reputation of bad customer service.

Obviously, this is just a rough outline of things to take into account, but here at Taberna Rafaé we take our job very seriously, and we’d like our clients to avoid making mistakes.

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