Gallego’s restaurant in Cordoba

Gallego´s is a typical galician restaurant in Cordoba. In case you love Galician food, or if you simply would like to try a different style of Spanish gastronomy, this restaurant offers a small corner of Galicia in the center of Córdoba. Their ingredients arrive daily from Galician lands and are carefully selected, a guarantee for their freshness, texture, and authentic Galician flavors.

It is a secluded restaurant with decoration and atmosphere that recreates the maritime spirit from Galicia.


Its cuisine is known for its simplicity where the main protagonist is the excellent quality of ingredients. Gallego´s is also a restaurant that stands out for its generous servings.

Although the house specialties are octopus and cod, accompanied by refreshing glasses of cider, the menu includes many more Galician specialties like the Galician stew, ox meats, seafood and seafood rice, lacon with cachelos, and the famous empanadas Gallegas (savory pies)

Albariño white wines are the main wines present in the wine menu.  

Overall review

Gallegos specializes, of course, in Galician cuisine and is located in the heart of Córdoba. If you are looking to try another traditional Spanish cuisine while visiting Córdoba, this is a great option. The menu consists of traditional, homemade Galician classics, that do not disappoint. Do expect anything to elaborate just tasty, simple recipes.

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Other options to eat in Córdoba

 If you feel being in Cordoba you should try local food, we propose you below two of restaurants that specialise in local ingredients and recipes. 

Q Which attractions are near restaurant Gallego's?

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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 20 - 40