As a Bar it can be outstanding! Living close by, we had not paid it enough attention. We were invited by a Spanish friend one Sunday evening, mainly to hear some flamenco chill type music. They had a couple of guitarists on stage who were very good, one pure acoustic flamenco, one electric and a little more mainstream but they appeared to have a group of followers who joined them from the tables now and again. And this is when it got sensational! There was an extremely talented, obviously opera trained, older guy who looked a little like Yul Brynner. He belted out their version of such standards as Volare. He was totally captivating. A couple of female singers appeared now and again and it was nearly impossible not to get up to dance. Sometimes you would find yourself next to a professional belly dancer. It reminded me of Rio de Janeiro in so far as everyone got into the music (or left).
So we went every Sunday and found the music happened to coincide with happy hour where a large and extremely palatable wine was €3.50 for two.
At Easter this year, we had a guest staying and decided to try the food. Suffice to say we went for dinner 3 times in 5 days! As mentioned elsewhere, there is a bias towards eastern cuisine and generally it is all of a very high standard and not overpriced. For me it's charm is in the atmosphere, The staff are wonderful (especially Wellington who I discovered is from....Rio de Janeiro! He says he could never think of working anywhere else.)
Whether the live music will continue through the summer is open to question but if it does, this place will be seriously "rammed". Without, it is a very cool, friendly, sophisticated, bar/restaurant.
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