Enthusiastic flamenco dancers with Spanish guitar musician & singer performed while we dined on Valentine's Day. The show was quite entertaining , and the upstairs mural of bullfighting added to the ambiance.
We've eaten here before and the tapas are very good. The Valentine dinner was not as good as expected. The paella entree was with shellfish & a lobster tail.
Unfortunately, the spicy chorizo overwhelmed the dish, and that was the predominant taste of the rice dish.
The acidity from a squeeze of lemon did help cut the oily taste.
Service was quick, as it was a set menu and everyone was seated for same time.
I would return for tapas and the lively dance show, but not the paella.