El Aura restaurant in Cordoba – Review

El Aura restaurant offers an array of carefully prepared creative Andalusian classics. Aura is sleek and minimalist. The food takes inspiration from classic Andalusian home cooking. They serve innovative and creative dishes, prepared and presented with care. The biggest drawback of Aura is that it is located slightly outside of the city center.

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Location of El Aura    

The restaurant is located slightly outside downtown Córdoba. It is about 15 minutes from the world-famous Mezquita, and the cities Real Alcazar. If you are looking to explore a bit more of the city, or just find yourself in the area, EL Aura is an excellent dining option.  

Menu of El Aura   

The restaurant serves a modern take on classic Andalusian dishes. If you are looking for a quaint, traditional Andalusian tavern, this is not the place for you. However, if you are looking for something a bit more adventurous and different then you are in luck.  You will find all the classic Andalusian dishes you might expect, with a twist. 

Value for money – El Aura  

We would suggest El Aura for more of a special occasion or if you are looking for a more modern dining experience in Córdoba. 

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Q Which attractions are near restaurant El Aura?

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Q Which dishes are typical from Cordoba?

A dish is really local when, if asked about it in other regions, people can connect without a doubt the name of the dish with the province or city This is for sure the case of Cordoba, with some names always associated to Cordoba. Among them, salmorejo is probably the best know case. A tomato soup made with olive oil, bread and ham and boiled egg toppings. Simply delicious. Flamenquinos are also associated to Cordoba. These are battered pieces of ham (sometimes also pork) with cheese inside. The Rabo de toro or bull tail is normally served as a stew. Regañas is the local shape bread takes here: dry, crispy and perfect with tapas. Last but not least we should mention the local wines of the Montilla Moriles DOC

Q How much shoudl I tip at this restaurant?

There is no precise rule as to how much to tip in Spain. Spaniards only tip if they consider the service to be good. A 5% is normally considered a good tip. Having said this, some local waiters know tourists tip more than local Spaniards do and may expect more from foreigners.

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  • Price Range 24 - 48