Tablao Villa Rosa
Time Out says
This is a place of pilgrimage for flamenco lovers. Founded in 1911, this restaurant and flamenco venue started out as an Andalusian fried-food spot, and before that it was a chocolate factory. Its facade is decorated with tiles that date back to 1927, and the whole place has still got that authentic and traditional air about it. Great personalities from the worlds of music, art and politics have stopped by to take in live flamenco shows. The menu is full of tasty and traditional dishes such as Iberian cold cuts, fried fish, grilled prawns, paella and Spanish omelette, among heaps more.
Plaza de Santa Ana, 15
|Transport:||Antón Martín (M: L1), Sol (M: L1, L2, L3)|
|Opening hours:||Daily 7pm-11.45pm|