Where do I start? Ventana cram you in to a small underground space with 2cm between your table and the next one and begin by serving what I can only describe as the worst meal I have ever (attempted to) eat. I could stomach about 3 spoonfuls in total of the onion soup (they'd thrown in so much cornflour last minute that all you could taste was floury lumps), pork chop and yams (I think the reason they charge so much is because they've invested in a high tech machine that literally sucks the flavour out of root vegetables. It's the only explanation) and creme caramel (I could make this when I was 3. Ventana served me a viscous lumpy tastless mess), all washed down with the rancid wine. Then the tango started. To give them thier dues, the dancers were ok. What we saw of them. The rest was traditional music, a guy twirling some ropes and, the piece de resistance, a flag waving, terrible rendition of 'Don't cry for me Argentina'. A man sitting at the table next to us collapsed half way through (probably hoping to escape) but the show just continued. Don't go near this place unless you want to pay $140 for inedible food, throat-burning wine and average local entertainment. This is not a tango show - you get about 30 min in total. Laughably bad
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