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Mercado Victoria is the first gastronomic market in Andalusia, housed in a nineteenth-century forging building and surrounded by lush gardens.Here you will find the best fresh local products, as well as more exotic ones, take them or try them in any...more
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We had nice fried seafood and good wine at this hopping food court-style place. Being Americans, and suspecting that the place could get crowded, we got there early. My friends wanted to look around, but I insisted that we first secure a table. Sure enough,...More
Even tough Mercado de Victoria has a lot of traditional Spanish options, it has so many other types of foods. As an deprived exchange student the hummus from the Arabic stand was just exquisite and the samosas crispy and super flavourful. I would definitely recommend...More
We ended up here on New Year's Eve for lunch and it was completely packed. Was quite fun to see lots of Spanish families enjoying drinks and meals in this informal market/food stall environment. I don't know how but we managed to get a couple...More
With numerous purveyors of freshly prepared meals it's easy to find some good food here. Try different dishes from different sellers and have an assortment this way. Then grab a chair at one of the tables throughout the venue and enjoy. It's a fun place...More
Mercado Victoria is a building converted to house many outlets selling sort of, street food. You can buy from a sandwich to a pizza to fish delights all from different vendors and wash it all down with a variety of drinks. Great lunchtime snack venue.
From the outside it doesn’t look like much. Once you step inside there are a bunch of restaurants to which you can grab tapas or a full meal. We tried a sushi place(2/5) wasn’t the best sushi we had and rather expensive for what you...More
We were walking around Cordoba , when it started to rain, we needed shelter so we went in. This is a place where they serve food and drinks , a gastronomic world experience..a mix of types of foods... We tasted a little bit of everything...More