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El Caballo Rojo

El Caballo Rojo

2016
Address :
Cardenal Herrero 28 E - 14003 Córdoba14003Córdoba
Phone :
957 47 53 75
E-mail :
oficina@elcaballorojo.com
Website :

Cuisine Regional

Menu 26/60 € - Carte 35/55 €

A place that stands out. A large café, outstanding dining areas and a terrace on the second floor with a view. Regional cuisine with Andalusian, Mozarabic and Sephardic specialities.

Useful Information

Main services

  • Meals served in garden or on terrace Meals served in garden or on terrace
  • Air conditioning Air conditioning
  • No dogs allowed No dogs allowed
  • Private dining rooms Private dining rooms
  • Hotel garage (additional charges in most cases) Hotel garage (additional charges in most cases)

Payment options

  • American express
  • Diners Club
  • Visa
  • Master card

Ratings summary

El Caballo Rojo

Score average

3 opinions

3/5

Review

Summary of opinions

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      beltman

      3/5

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      • Language: gbr
      • Position : As a couple

      Pros

      Food is good. Salmorejo cortobes and the solomillo very good. Friendly traditional staff.

      Cons

      The interior incl. music is outdated

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      2/5

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      • Language: gbr
      • Position : With friends

      Pros

      The restaurant is really central, just opposite the mosque.

      Cons

      Beware, it was like a time travel. The decoration was already old fashioned in the seventies: fleecy green chairs and courtains, balaustrade inferno and family portraits. The menu is the standard in the region (fritura, rabo de toro, alcachofas con miel) with some moorish specialities. Not badly cooked but really nothing special. You can have it much better at any tapas bar for much less money. Waiter forgot us after serving the main course.

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