August 13, 2004
Live Flamenco shows are presented Thursday thru Sunday. We went to the second sitting on a Saturday night. The show was very close to the tables so you got a really good view. I had hoped that the flamenco would be more vibrant, hotter, sexier, but it was tame and seemed somewhat uninspired.
The dancers were talented. The food was excellent. We had tapas and our friends had paella. We all shared what the others had ordered. There was plenty of food. The show was free but there was a minimum price to be paid for your dinner.
We had Sangria and a bottle of wine. The deep fried potatoes in a spicy tomatoe sauce, "Patata Brava", was VERY hot, picante! Be aware of this before you order it.
From journal Taste of the Danforth, Toronto, Ontario, Canada