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We serve an excellent choice of tapas and drinks, which our clients can savour while enjoying the best flamenco show in Madrid. We do not only invite famous artistes to perform alongside our in-house musicians, but, due to our desire to keep...more
Touristy. Yes, but these guys were top of their game. Orders were taken before the start of the show and the waiting perfectly paced delivering all three courses during the 90 minute show. The food quality was in my view good and there was certainly...More
Initially we wished to go for lunch to La Bola, but as there were no tables available we were invited to have lunch at Cafe de Chinitas it is owned by the same owners.
The idea was have "callos" (tripe). We have had callos at...More
This flamenco show was great. The cafe is quite small so it is very intimate and you get a great view of the show. We didn't eat there but the food looked good. The only thing is that the food was served while the show...More
We booked for the show at 8.30pm before we arrived in Madrid and are so glad we did!
Although €36 per person seems a bit expensive at first,it is standard for Flamenco in the city.
But it was well worth it!There were 2 male singers,2...More
We had a 3-course meal, drink & show deal and to be honest, we'd have paid the same price for the show alone.
Starter was a simple salad, for main we chose the salmon and then what a blast from the past - they gave...More
Year ago this was better. This time it lacks energy. Not energetic flamenco dance, tired. If you get a good table near the stage it could be little bit better but usually many tables are so far and no good view. Dance was "soft" and...More
If it’s your first time in Madrid and first time to see a flamenco show, then Cafe de Chinitas is the place to go. But if you want to see flamenco with its warts and blisters, you must go to Sevilla, Granada, or Cordova where...More