The price of this dinner show was not cheap, $45 or so, not including tips.
The show is basically a father, his wife and their children doing some dancing and getting a few audience members to try along. There was a brief moment of about 3 minutes of fire dancing and that was great, but other than that-no real show. Dinner started 40 minutes after time it said it would start, plus they ask you to get there early. They then "performed" for 12 minutes, then stopped and started again after a really long break.
The food choices were slim and while I enjoyed my chicken, the veggies were the frozen kind that came out completely soggy, I was also served a baked potato. This would have been a better deal for around $20-25pp.More