Time Out says
Posted: Mon Apr 21 2014
A firm fixture on the scene, this frenetic flamenco bar plays a mixture of flamenco and rumba tunes, often to thundering effect as the crowd dance, stamp and clap both on and off the diminutive dancefloor. On Wednesdays and Sundays there's a great variety of live flamenco and rumba acts. It was featured in The New York Times and while it aims to be a meeting place for the best Spanish artists of the genre it’s more frequently a meeting place for tourists. You can also have dinner here and there are tasting menus featuring gazpacho, paella, stewed oxtail and homemade tarts. Prebooking essential.