The ALMUDAINA RESTAURANT, is located in the historical setting of the Jewish quarter of Cordova, near the Mosque-Cathedral and opposite the Fortress of the Christian Kings (Alcázar). The restaurant is housed in a small 16th century palace built by Leopold of Austria, bishop of Cordova and uncle to Emperor Charles V.
The charming interior courtyard, illuminated by the daylight passing through the traditional leaded glass of its windows, or any of the seven dining-rooms are an ideal place to try our imaginative cuisine based on locally purchased products.
The prizes and special mentions awarded particularly by gastronomes and chefs alike have made the Almudaina a point of reference when it comes to local cuisine.
A long list of associations, of which the Almudaina is a member, testifies to the restaurant's top quality. These associations include the Club de Oro de la Mesa Andaluza (Golden Club of Andalusian Dining), Asociación de Restaurantes de Buena Mesa' (The Association of Restaurants of Excellent Dining), Cofradía del Ceinto (Brotherhood of the Hundred), Serenísimo Capítulo de Caballeros del Vino (Most Noble Brotherhood of Gentlemen of Wine) or the International Gastronomic Association Chaîne des Rotisseurs.
A warm and welcoming establishment in which to savour one of the finest ingredients of our heritage: the essence of authentic Cordoban cuisine.