The restaurant’s façade stands out among the buildings on Córdoba with its columns, arches and Arabic-style domes. Miguel is one the most traditional of its kind; since 1944 the capital's inhabitants have been enjoying Lebanese and Turkish cuisine at a very good price. Each of its corners honors the Middle East and on weekends they have belly dancing sessions. The order of jocoque, fried eggplants and sambusek are musts. It also has a buffet at affordable prices to enhance the dining experience.
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Miguel special dish, mutton shawarma, falafel and, for dessert, date pie + Turkish coffee (or the buffet to try a bit of everything).
hummus, eggplant with tahini, falafel, fried eggplant, fried eggplant
- Reservation: is not required, but can be done by telephone
- COVID Standards
- Open Spaces
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Social Actions On certain occasions, they bring food to the General Hospital.
Open spaces: it has two small tables outside; it is also part of the Ciudad al Aire Libre program.
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