We walked past this restaurant one evening and were attracted by the live music and sight of waiters dancing the salsa with customers! We tried to make a reservation but were told they weren't accepting them but there would be no problem getting a table. We went at 8.15 p.m. and had a choice of sitting inside opposite where the band would be or just outside, under cover. We chose outside as we thought it may be noisy whilst we were eating. The menu was varied with plenty of Cuban specialities. Our waiter recommended the Gambas, a special of the day. They were excellent and plentiful. The men had a surf & turf option, which was also very good. As we were ordering, we noticed that there appeared to be a line dance going on inside the bar. We were told it was a beginners salsa class and we could join in but our food arrived. It looked amazing with one guy calling out instructions for various dances (types of samba?) and the waiters joining in to partner when required. We didn't know about the class in advance or we would have had our food later and joined in. It was all very lighthearted and looked like great fun. The Cuban band came on at 9pm and we moved into the bar area to watch them. People (locals and visitors) were dancing to them. All in all, a great experience not to be missed. There is also a shop attached where you can buy t-shirts, bikes, etc!
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