It was a good experience but at 50 dollars just for the dinner, food was sub par. Hardly any options and not impressive. The show was good. But I would recommend spending a lot less money somewhere else.
This was just ok. The dancers weren't great and one of them seemed really bored and not present. It seemed very touristy.
Show was fun. Food not so good. Preferred the tapas and flamenco. Otherwise go on your own.
So I went with the viator option of a drink and show for two. The show did not disappoint and the dancers were mesmerising, however am glad we did not dine here as the menu did not look particularly appetizing. In addition, the website states the show starts at 9pm and ends at 12.30am which is not true as the show ended at half past eleven. In addition, for our drinks we ordered a sangria each as part of the viator option and a sprite on top. They charged us an extortionate 6 euros 66 cent for the sprite- absolutely obscene!!
Would not recommend this show. The dancers are elderly and can hardly move.
The show was VERY, VERY nice, but the workers/waiters were not so nice. They squeezed us into a table right at the stage and we could hardly see because we were too close to the stage, so much so that the performer's dress flung across our table. When we asked to move back to an available table, we were told no.
Beautiful Dance and great performance, but not much space to sit. Dinner was not good. It was too pricy but so dry and hard to swallow. They should change the menu and offer better selection. I could have much better dinner with half price in a nice rerstaurant.
The show was fantastic but what ever you do don't buy drinks at this place. A soft drink cost 8 euros! What a rip off.
The show was excellent but as we didn't have dinner we were treated poorly. Put in back row when the place was half empty.
The room is beautifully tiled and decorated, giving you a very traditional Spanish atmosphere. The flamenco itself was wonderful. The dancers were very much passionate about their craft and they were very talented. The staff, however, seemed annoyed... especially with English-speaking guests. I would recommend to other travelers, but be aware the staff did not seem to keen on English-speaking guests.
Dancers at a decent level. The charming interior. The average kitchen
Laurie W USA
This is a wonderful experience. Unfortunately, it goes on all night. You keep thinking it is over, but it just keeps going. We left early.
Jerry C USA
After two hours we felt we had experienced all the flamenco we needed to appreciate this form of expression. The family show was interesting but the food was substandard. Canned fruit cocktail for dessert????
The place was clastrophobic, and the show was to short and average.
Very enjoyable, thank you. We only had drinks, but enjoyed the performance
Good show. The show was 3 hours. It was also within walking distance from our hotel. There are so many choices for Flamenco shows. Wondering if there is an easier way to decide which show to choose.
Was good, loud and long, but enjoyed it for the culture. Very crowded seating.
The show was good, especially the male dancer. The food was really bad
The show was authentic-no Las Vegas bells and whistles or extraneous actions; however, if you go for drinks- be prepared ot be seated nderneath a portico where the view is only partial.
The show was wonderful...just avoid the meal and any extra drinks. We got cokes later in the night for 7Euro each...about 6 ounces of coke including the ice. Those who got the dinner said it wasn't very good. Stay until the end of the show, as it is very fun.
The performance was a real treat -- especially for someone who has never seen anything like it before! The staff were friendly and made me feel right at home. I would have preferred a front view, but the side seat is not bad.
Good, but as first time visitors to Madrid, we had a lot of problem finding the place.