We have a home in Denia and on advise from our firends went to see the show and have a meal at Viva Espana. We were enthalled with the show, I inparticlar just love flamenco, but we did think that the service needed atention. However, that was ten years ago! The dancing is still amazing - just the costumes are a sight to see. The food has improved significantly on the last visit and the waiting staff appear to be engaging.
There has been a significant improvement which has been welcoming. I want to add though that we have been going to Viva Espana for over 10 years and will continue to go. It is a great place to get a feel for the 'Spanish flava'. The family Moralles work hard, especially during these finacial timesand have a task now to fill the large resaurant. Please don't be put off by these negative comments and be patient (the dancers sometimes do service). You will not be disappointed. It is not the Ritz but it is not a cafe either - if is just a great place to go to watch a great show, have good food and the main point is to have a good time - live is what you make it after all.
I am 53 years old and my partner is 57. We have brought over friends and family over the years here and are planning on bringing back family in April (who have been before and asked to go to Viva Espana). We are planning a trip in March and will pay a visit as well. Hope this helps you plan your visit.
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