I am so sorry, Spain, but I can't seem to get my stomach to agree on this. But I have tried! A couple heartfelt, honest intents.
The snails are very common tapas in Spain, unlike Norway where it's not really eaten at all. When we found this little restaurant in Cordoba filled to the brim with loud locals enjoying their snails however, a last intent was in order.
Really inexpensive and I will admit that it was smelling rather nice!
A glass like the one on the picture above was just 1 euro. For bigger ones and spicy ones 2 euros for a plate, and a beer to accompany it at just 1,20.
Great ambience and supposedly great snails! Actually this restaurant is said to serve the best snails in Cordoba since 1965. I really can't judge that, but it might be worth a visit if you're up to trying Cordoba style snails!
The restaurant is called Caracoles la Magdalena and is located at Plaza Magdalena in Cordoba.
Can one learn to like snails? Tips would be greatly appreciated!