The place was small and intimate. The food was good, we ordered Tapas and drinks. Good for children since the show is short and you could actually see the performance on stage from the back without missing anything.
The dancing was okay but it lack the old world Flamenco dancing drama with castanets and colorful costume I was looking for. I hired a flamenco dancer for a work party once here in the US that was better. I think this is the modern version of it. There was more Spanish guitar playing for me than dancing.
The group that was having the dinner in front of us did not even watch the show and kept on talking which was distracting.More