Good flamenco with enthusiastic performance. Much enjoyed. Did not eat there but there was good wine.
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The food is very well presented and tasty. Then you have the chance of having your dessert and coffee whiles watching a traditional Spanish dance show with not too many people at close distance. Not a cheap place, but worth the one-off experience / night...More
Arrived late for lunch and was welcomed by friendly manager, ee had a lovely lunch and booked for the evening show. The show was excellent and enjoyed a supper after. The flaminco dancers were amazing.
We visited here last night on the hotel recommendation. The dinner was great in a outside area with blinds and heaters, well served and presented, friendly attentive staff, but not pushy. The show to follow was exceptional. The dancers dramatic passionate and wonderful at their...More
We went to 3 flamenco venues whilst in Granada and this was one of the better ones, especially if you want to eat before the show. Dinner is served in a beautiful courtyard and the food is actually quite good compared to other places we...More
Very traditionnal with great performers, very impressive and I loved the songs! What to say about the food except that it was perfect, the meat was tender and the veggies very tasty! Thank you again for the great show and the courses of guitar with...More
The food was very good, better than expected. All of the staff were friendly and helpful. The show was awesome. A great value and very enjoyable evening.
Emotional, expressive show with very professional and devoted artists. My child (10) loved it to and even got a rose as a present from the dancer.
Whilst wandering around sightseeing we were approached in the street by a charming young girl asking if we'd like to watch a dance show that evening. We had no other plans so booked dinner followed by the show. The food was good and we enjoyed...More
My husband and I wanted to see Flamenco in an authentic setting and came across Jardines de Zoraya while wandering through the old Moor Quarters in Granada. We made a reservation with a girl outside and came back the next night for dinner and a...More