My husband and I went here on a Friday night. We paid the extra $10 (each) to sit in the area where the live music and dancing was going to be (they have a Flamenco show on Friday nights). The show was great: there was a guitarist and vocalist, and four flamenco dancers. Apparently, one is the resident flamenco dancer of the restaurant (she was the best one!), and the other three were visiting from a studio - it sounds like they invite dancers from different studios every weekend. I loved the music, costumes, stomping, and props. I'd go to the restaurant again just for the show.
The food was good. Not mind-blowingly great, but good. We ordered a variety of warm tapas dishes. Nothing stood out, but nothing was outright disappointing. We also ordered a bottle of wine and some sangria. Now, the sangria actually DID stand out! Some of the best I've had.
The service was okay. Again, nothing that blew me over, but nothing to complain about. The atmosphere of the restaurant was very cool: vintage chandeliers and the like.
Overall, I'd probably go here again, especially on the night with live dancing. Note: tip is incorporated into your bill, even if it's just two of you (i.e., not discretionary or optional, even if you have bad service).