- 4-course dinner and opera music at Madrid’s La Castafiore restaurant
- Sit back and enjoy the music performed by opera-singing waiting staff
- Enjoy traditional zarzuelas, comical Spanish songs and opera music
- Feast on classic Spanish dishes like Salmorejo, a chilled tomato and bread soup
- Listen to a rendition of an act from Giuseppe Verde’s La Traviata at the end of the meal
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What You Can Expect
Take a seat at your table and enjoy a 4-course opera-themed banquet with wine, while enjoying zarzuela – a satirical style of Spanish opera peppered with dialogue and powerful songs. Even if you don’t understand the language, the music is inspiring and instantly recognizable acts from classic operas like La Boheme are included, too.
After enjoying dinner, sit back to listen to the grand finale of your evening, a rendition of an act from La Traviata – the world-famous Italian opera by Giuseppe Verdi.
- Slices of cecina (cured and air-dried meat)
- Salmorejo served with Arbequina olive oil
- Fiochetti (thick pasta twirls) stuffed with Gorgonzola cheese and pear, served with a creamy mushroom sauce
- Andalusian-style veal (grilled) with mushrooms
- Sea bass with steamed potatoes and caviar sauce
- Yoghurt and cream with wild berries
Wine: One bottle of house red or white wine per table is included. Beer, soft drinks and water are available at your own expense.
Did not know what to expect when we got there. Prebooking got a fixed menu (two selection (meat or fish) for entree (and any dessert) rest was prefixed. Food was good, no limit on wine! Be prepared to stay the entire time. It says 9pm - 12:15am and it means it. Intimate setting and the waiters and waitresses do the singing (and they are GOOD). Music and singing during the meal and after. If you are in a hurry you miss a lot of the entertainment and fun. If you are in walking distance good idea to go on major streets and walk back as it will settle the food/wine. Also please note that the staff speaking limited english (one waitress spoke good english). We figured out that is was a special place since most of the guests were from Spain!