Description: Cozy Cordoba three-story tavern located in the Center of Córdoba, which combines tradition with innovation. It has an exclusive wine list of the land (D.O. Montilla-Moriles) that perfectly matches with each of its recipes. Mandatory stop for demanding palates.
According to chroniclers of the city, Taberna la Montillana was inaugurated there by 1940, specifically, the teacher Francisco Solano, an illustrious journalist and writer, already spoke in 1976 that this tavern had been open for at least 30 years. Note that in the seventies it was a meeting place for university students of the time.
Type of cuisine: The menu of this Tavern-Restaurant, combines traditional cuisine on the one hand, with seasonal and seasonal cuisine through daily suggestions. Its gastronomic offer is based on more than 80% of products of the province, using oils, cheeses, honey, wines, vinegars, liquors, meats, chacinas, milk, vegetables, fruits etc. (KITCHEN KM 0). Many of these products are protected, as a quality mark, under one of the 7 Protected Designations of Origin of Córdoba. With his project “75 PEOPLES 75 WEEKS. A TRIP THROUGH THE GASTRONOMY OF CÓRDOBA ”, takes us fully to travel through the traditional cuisine and heritage of each of the towns in the province of Córdoba.
Specialties and suggestions:
Oxtail to the smelly
Fried eggplants with Montoro honey and Zuheros goat cheese
Bacalo fried or low temperature
Almond Mazamorra, bitter orange coulis and smoked cod
Iberian ham croquettes.
Grandma's cake (aniseed cookies, custard and chocolate).
Open every day from 13 to 24 hours.
Average price: 15 - 20 €
Payment in cash and credit card (Visa / Mastercard) is accepted.