Located on the ground floor of a modernist building, Gaudi Café has paired a splendid and chic interior with a lovely terrace that overlooks central Córdoba and the bustle of the streets. Current chef Celia Jimenez has developed an extensive menu that offers traditional Andalusian cuisine, and her commitment to best quality food is seen in the eminent method of home style food preparation. While at Gaudi, order their excellent tostaditas with blue cheese and caramelized onions as a starter, and tarritos with mushrooms.
Gaudi Café, Av. del Gran Capitán, 22, Córdoba, +34 957 47 17 36
Found on one of the busiest streets in Córdoba, Reyes Catolicos, La Antigua has been serving excellent breakfasts and coffee for the past 15 years. The interior features a classic rustic style with wooden furniture. Members of staff are amiable and will brighten up your mood with their impeccable service. The menu selection is based on traditional Andalusian recipes, and a delicious dish of eggs with potatoes and ham, alongside a cup of coffee will kick-start your day.
La Antigua, Calle Reyes Católicos, 1, Córdoba, +34 670 50 53 26
This coffeehouse was established by José Velasco Boquizo, who had followed his heart and worked hard for his dream to become reality. The name comes from his memory of working as a confectioner in Vienna, Austria, where he learnt the art of roasting coffee. Café Viena now provides a great variety of coffee imported from the most remote corners of the world. Their freshly made coffee, paired with their specialty toast served with natural olive oil, or delicious cakes including cheesecake, apple pie and almond cake, will make for a simple yet unforgettable breakfast.
Café Viena, 8 Angel de Saavedra, Córdoba, +34 957 47 10 31