Fantastic, intimate venue, dark and moody just as I imagined. The Salsa was fantastic and if you are a fan of the band, you really couldn't get any closer than the priority seats at the front. We paid £45 to sit at the front, this meant we had chairs rather than the benches which surround the sides. To be fair, there were no bad seats as far as I could see and if you are going just for the experience, the standard ones would be absolutely fine.
The one thing I couldn't spot anywhere, was a realistic dress code! I searched high and low and could only find the fact the they welcomed smart casual and no flip flops allowed. In reality, the girls in our group wore dresses and the men chinos, smart shirt and jacket. It was the kind of place where you would only look overdressed if in a ball gown but the majority were dressed for a city restaurant kind of night out.
Overall a great experience and one to be repeated on another special occassion.More