It is definitely worth paying the little extra for the tapas. I wasn't expecting much but each couple received a bottle of wine, a huge plate of chorizos and jamon Serrano, croquettes, calamari, pan con tomate, mushrooms and then some crema catalana and coffee. The flamenco dancing was incredible and passionate. I studied flamenco years ago and have seen many shows and as a tab lap the dancers were outstanding as were the singers and guitarists. My only criticism would be that although we pre-booked like most, the queue was long and slow moving and a little disorganised when we got into the entrance. But a small glitch on what was a brilliant night.
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