- Uruguayan dinner and tango show in Montevideo
- Watch some of South America's best tango dancers perform on stage
- Try traditional Uruguayan food, such as barbequed meat, during dinner
- See dancers perform milonga and candombe – both traditional Uruguayan dances
What You Can Expect
During the performance, see exceptional dancers perform tango and other types of folklore dances including candombe, an African dance with complex choreography, and milonga, which is similar to the tango. The dining tables are set up near the performance stage, so you can enjoy your meal at your own pace while watching the show.
Great show and Dinner
This was an amazing night out very good value for money
The show was much better than what we anticipated since it wasn't just tango. The show also included typical Folk/Gaucho dancing as well as Candombe which is also a very unique music/dance from Uruguay with African influence. The food and the service was excellente as well...the price was very fair considering that is a show that you can only experience in Uruguay. If you visit Montevideo I would highly recommend this show!!!!
Cool, nice show good food.
Great show and dinner, we had a nice time.
I loved this show, the only reason why I did not rate it as 5 star is because the food (we all had steak) was pretty bad! the chairs uncomfortable and old and uneven, while the food was not great (except for the ice cream at the end) they had plenty of wine (not great but drinkable) the waiters and people at El Milongon were wonderful and the show itself was over the top. Great singers and dancers! Forget the food who cares enjoy the great show they put together.
Although there are better tango shows in Buenos Aires, this one was also interesting. The venue is in an out of the way neighborhood, but the place itself has its charms. The restaurant is atmospheric, and the waitstaff were very efficient and courteous. You will see a different form of tango here than in Buenos Aires that is more African-influenced and not as stiff and stylized. There is also a gaucho performance that you may not see in Argentina. I spent an enjoyable evening at this venue with tourists from many different countries.
It was advertised for a 4 hour event and we got 3 hours. The food was horrible. The service was good.
Tango dancers were excellent, the rest of the show was so, so. Food was poor as well as the service. Would not recommend this to anyone.