They’ve been doing flamenco for 50 years and it shows – the performance is one of the best known in the world. This is what’s called the rich man’s flamenco, but it’s a good thing. The oldest flamenco restaurant in town is loacated in a fancy area, can seat one 150, gives an absolutely rousing experience and is interior decorated to play up every spine-tinglingly good cliché you might entertain about the flamenco. The best of the best of the best world artists perform here. It’s also listed as one of Madrid’s top sights or experiences.
- You will need to reserve your seats online at their website. The tickets will have to be printed out. If you can’t print it, then mail the managers immediately upon purchase, and they’ll arrange for your entry upon the presenting of a Photo ID when you arrive.
- Smoking strictly not allowed.
- EUR 47 for show plus dinner with one fixed menu (dinner at 7:30 pm or 9:55 pm).
- EUR 47 show plus dinner a la carte (dinner at 7:30 pm or 9:55 pm).
- EUR 50 show + 1 drink at 8:30 pm or 10:20 pm.
- There are two shows a night at 8:30pm and 10:20pm.
- Line 5 stop Puerta del Toledo.
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5.71% of people who visit Madrid include Corral De La Moreria in their plan
6 PM - 7 PM
93.15% of people start their Corral De La Moreria visit around 6 PM - 7 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Corral De La Moreria
54.72% of people prefer walking in order to reach Corral De La Moreria
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The whole evening from the amazing food to the exceptional flamenco show was 10 out of 10. The staff are very professional friendly and charming. If you have not seen a flamenco show before this is one of the best. Our group decided the food we had there was one of the best meals we have eaten for a long time, the whole evening show and dinner not cheap but we'll worth it. My advise don't just go for drinks and show go for the dinner too. Best to book first and you are allocated a table when booking, two shows an evening..... enjoy the experience.
I only went for the show, not dinner, but the show is amazing!!! The dancers are phenomenal, the musicians are incredible, and the singers will blow you away. Although we didn’t include food with our reservation, we could smell from the other tables that it must’ve been delicious. We also spoke to some of those patrons, and they confirmed it was indeed a fantastic meal. I recommend this show/restaurant to anyone who may come to Madrid.
A must place if you wanna see real flamenco. Top artist and a nice location. I would recommend going for drink and show option. The food is over priced and small portions. Better get a food somewhere else
The performers, waitstaff, and food were fabulous! Everyone working here was very nice, and we enjoyed interacting with them! My husband read several reviews about the high cost of the dinners, but the food is worth it! The quality and presentation rivals many high end restaurants. This is not your typical “dinner theater” food. The service is top notch. Everyone was polite, friendly, and helpful. They had menus in English, and they spoke some as well, since our Spanish was not that good. We had a bottle of their house wine which was tasty and inexpensive. The performance was fantastic and passionate. They put on a wonderful show despite having to shush the loud table behind us. The table told us they came from Cartes and were friends/family of the performers. They talked through the entire show despite the staff, performers, and other patrons constantly shushing them. I cannot understand why you would pay 120 Euros per person (1,200 Euros for the table) and talk throughout the entire time especially when your loved ones are performing! These individuals were not young. They were in their 40s, 50s, and 60s. Perhaps this is the Spanish culture? Management took care of the situation very delicately, professionally, and made our night worthwhile. While I thought the performers, staff, and food were wonderful, I am giving this establishment 2 stars because the owner was more concerned about his friends and the performers’ friends’/family’s happiness instead of the happiness of his patrons. He did not do anything to ask the table of 10 to stop being rude so others could enjoy the performance. We were not the only table who were bothered by the obnoxious table. This disappoints me more than not being able to enjoy the show.
Amazing show with real artists in such a beautiful place. I was so captivated with the show that it was difficult to eat at the same time. Which says a lot with such delicious food !