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All reviews around midnight start dancing talented musicians local flamenco spanish music first night small room an amazing experience tapas bar a lot of fun long line audience tourists icons clapping instruments spaniards
I’ve read the reviews that the owner is rude and I don’t think she is, she is passionate about what she does and makes a little fun of things so you should have a sense of humor. If you come here, you don’t have to...More
I had researched this place before arriving in Seville, so we turned up at midnight but were disappointed to see that Anselma was at the door, allowing only people who had arrived before us in. Disappointed, and with little Spanish, we were unable to understand...More
This place was recommended to me fore authentic Spanish music and flamenco. It ended up being the largest disappointment of our 3 weeks in Spain.
We were the first ones waiting outside the place, and waited for 45 minutes for the doors to open. They...More
Why to spoil your visit to beautiful Seville going to this place? We were a party of 4. Anselma didn’t arrive until past midnight (we were told to be there at 11:15) and randomly picked on us at the massive queue and talked very rudely...More
Franco is alive and well and is the senior lady running this establishment. We’re to start with how terrible the whole experience is??? If you like being mistreated, and yelled at and given terrible service then this is the place for you.
The night we...More
First the good, Casa Anselma offers beautiful Spanish music performed by very talented musicians. They seem to enjoy playing and create a lovely atmosphere, almost as if you are at a family gathering.
Unfortunately, the owner counteracts this and the whole lead up to the...More
There is lots of upbeat spanish music and some dancing, and the crowd joins in sometimes - a great atmosphere. You need to buy a drink as entry, but my friend and i shared a gin and tonic (i swear it was a triple) so...More
It was amazing to witness multiple generations of Spaniards singing and dancing to rumbas. Things truly don't start until 11:45pm so you must get in line early in order to guarantee entry and a seat. We preferred not to get too close to the front...More
Ok, so this place is like this secrete pop up you heard about in Chicago, LA or NY............ or at least its treated like that. No signs.... and also no idea if its going to open up the night you are there or not. Its...More
Visited tonight along with a crowd of about 20 other people in small groups. Most had paid for taxis and taken time out of their hard earned holidays to visit.
The bar was not open because the owner had decided to go away. No notices...More