A wonderful find. The food and service is extraordinary. The falafel sauce was delightful. The desert of gelato with olive oil was a unique and delicious experience. What a wonderful find!
We enjoyed very well prepared Sephardic dishes (quite different from the usual Spanish fare) in a pretty courtyard to the restaurant, with a guitar player serenading us. Very nice!
Wanted to have some Jewish food as was in Jewish quarter, but was really disappointed. I chose the dish that they had won an award with a couple of years back. When the food arrived it was cold. I sent it back to be reheated - dreading it being zapped in the microwave. Dontas know what they did but meat came back warm but veggies etc still cold. Better Jewish food in London. Spoke to another Jewish lady in the washroom and she also said she was not happy. Maybe it was an off day for the chef, but it feels like they rely on the name and past reviews and have long lost any quality they may have once had.
Altogether a bad experience. We were there for New Year's Eve. The door was open all evening and it was freezing cold, people had to eat with their coats on. The tapas were nice, but the rest of the food nothing special. The staff was impersonal and inattentive, more or less threw the plates on to the table without a word, as for instance telling us what was on them, never offered us more wine, even when our glasses were empty. Not worth the rather high cost at all. We had to pay 20€ for each of us in advance, and it was not deducted from the bill.
The food is average. It is so conveniently located that people don’t care I guess. There was a guitar player in the court that played good music. The restaurant offers also kosher dishes, so that might be a good point for some people
Muy buena experiencia
Wonderful selection of dishes which I haven’t seen elsewhere. Also a refreshing lack of ham and shellfish! One page of certified Kosher options for observers. Food is well presented and tasty. Ambience excellent with a cellist and guitarist providing entertainment.
excellent food and ambiance, fantastic music
The food and environment were exceptional . There was a lot of selections and a live string duet that made for an enjoyable evening. I will recommend to friends if they come here.
A gem of a restaurant, hidden in a little side alley, not so easy to find. But it’s worth it! The food was excellent, staff friendly and attentive and two young guys played classical versions of common songs on the guitar and a cello, which was a fantastic back drop and unexpected. I recommend this place if you want to try something else than the regular tapas & Spanish cuisine.
I am gluten free the staff were very helpful, attentive and knowledgeable Lovely meal.
Awesome...staff very friendly and so welcoming. Guitar player was a fabulous addition to our dining experience.
As soon as we got close to the door we were welcomed by beautiful live music wafting towards us. Two musicians were playing in the patio area.They were amazing. Food exceeded expectations and service was warm and friendly. We were offered 30% discount as went at 9.00pm on Monday evening. Dont miss the champagne sorbet or trio of ice creams. Don’t think we will find anywhere as champagne
Super Birthday meal for five. The food was very unusual and delicious and the staff were nice. The menu had so many things to chose from we wish we had time to return, hopefully we can do so next time in Cordoba!
Wonderful surprising meals with unique twists and superb ambience within the restaurant. Excellent
Ottimo cibo e atmosfera speciale, staff e location impeccabili
Top! Posto stupendo!
Precioso restaurante, comida excelente y camareros super simpáticos y atentos. Música de ambiente en un patio cordobes. Sin duda volveremos.
Portate di qualità superiori alla norma
This place is really amazing. Unique dishes and wines, unique place, real sefadí areas. However, we booked some late for lunch, 15:00, and waiter retired the starters dishes very quickly, it seems they were in a hurry! For the remaining, very good experience. No doubt, I recommend it!!
Calle Tomás Conde, 3, 14004, Córdoba, Spain
El restaurante Casa Mazal, ubicado en la andaluza ciudad de Córdoba, es sinónimo de El tipo de cocina sefardí (judeo-española), andalusí (arábigo-andaluza) y tradicional andaluza, basada en productos frescos y de temporada.
Su propuesta no incluye recetas con carne de cerdo ni otros ingredientes vetados por la religión judía. Los diferentes cuscus, el Arroz con berenjenas, la Ventresca de atún con sésamo y el Pollo a la miel con dátiles y pasas son algunas de sus mejores propuestas. Al final, no dudes en deleitarte con las Pastas sefardíes.
El durante lo marca la selección de vinos nacionales y ‘kosher’. Este último es un vino puro que es apto por la religión judía. Además, podrás disfrutar de las melodías de Jristos Kanellos Malamás y José Arcadio López, autores de romances castellanos y danzas renacentistas, canciones sefardíes y nubas andalusíes. ¡Volverás!
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