Very nice little humble place to get your cordoba burritos, just as the name implies. I was lucky to meet 2 local people having their siesta lunch in there. I wanted to taste sth local and so I didn't limit myself for trying out their local white wine, rather strong an saurrish, followed by another (more common) red wine mixed with soda and a sirup(?). I ordered a salmon burrito and sardines-bun, both very simple but tasty.
The crew trio (including the owner) was super friendly and funny, invited me for a drink, not giving me much room for negotiations. I don't have to mention I was leaving bit tipsy, full of good food, learnt unusual information and with a selfie in my phone :)
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