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Tablao Flamenco Cordobes

Experience the fire and passion of Spain’s national dance at Tablao Flamenco Cordobés, one of Barcelona's top flamenco venues, located in heart of the Ramblas. Some of the greatest names in flamenco have performed here over the years, bequeathing the tablao with a legendary status. Enjoy an evening of spectacular entertainment in sumptuous surroundings that are reminiscent of the Alhambra in Granada.

The Tablao Flamenco Cordobés is an ideal setting for the intimate and intense language of this most passionate of art forms. You'll see how singing, dancing and music combine to provide a spectacle packed with fire, drama and passion. Improvisation is a key element of flamenco, with each artist individually interpreting the rhythm and communicating the beat to the other performers, giving flamenco the rawness that aficionados so crave. Communication between the artists and audience is a vital part of the performance.

If you choose the option with dinner, you will enjoy the fruits of a top-class kitchen in décor that reflects the Arab-Andalusian influence in flamenco. The interior was decorated under supervision of restorers and craftsmen from the Alhambra. Dine on a sumptuous buffet consisting of traditional Catalan and Spanish dishes with 33 different hot and cold dishes. A selection of drinks is also available during your meal, including wine, sangria, beer, soft drinks, mineral water and coffee. Experience the fire and passion of Spain’s national dance at Tablao Flamenco Cordobés, one of Barcelona's top flamenco venues, located in heart of the Ramblas. Some of the greatest names in flamenco have performed here over the years, bequeathing the tablao with a legendary status. Enjoy an evening of spectacular entertainment in sumptuous surroundings that are reminiscent of the Alhambra in Granada. Duration: About 75 minutes.

Start/opening time: First show: dinner at 6.45pm with performance at 8.15pm. Second show: dinner at 8.30pm with performance at 10pm. New Year’s Eve Dinner

Itinerary:

8pm – Appetizers

9pm – Buffet dinner

10pm – Flamenco Show

Midnight – Lucky grapes and party favors

12:15am – Disco Music

2am – Flamenco Show continues

3:30am – More disco music

Menu

Appetizers:

Scallops and vegetable tempura with a coral mayonnaise

Foie Gras bonbon

Vegetable crudités with hummus to dip

Starters:

Iberian ham cuts with bread and tomato

Traditional cold meat and cheese assortment

Assorted homemade bread

Seafood:

Mini Seafood cocktail with caviar

Prawn with avocado and citrus salad

Oyster from El Delta del Ebro with citrus twist

Salted Norwegian lobster with passion fruit emulsion

Boiled king prawns with tartar sauce

Traditional Galician octopus a Feira

Roast:

Homemade suckling pig

Roast beef with Cumberland sauce

Stuffed turkey

Beef fillets with mushroom sauce

Local Specialty Fish:

Fresh fish from the market with fennel and saffron sauce

White fish with lemon crumble and orange sauce

Traditional Food:

Homemade paella

Christmas cannelloni with mushroom béchamel sauce

Mushroom dauphinoise

Seasonal sautéed vegetables

Tablao’s Desserts:

Fresh fruit punch bowl with mint

Churros with hot chocolate

Mini macaroons

“Crema Catalana” crème brûlée with strawberry dust

Mini crepes assortment with caramel and compote

Chocolate truffles

Christmas Sweets:

Traditional King's cake

Assortment of homemade Nougat and Christmas desserts

Candy brochette

Drinks:

Served with the appetizer: Beer, Martini, Wine, Cava or Sangria.

Served with dinner: Sangria, red and white wine, Soft drinks and mineral water

Red wine: D.O. Somontano, Enate

White wine: D.O. Penedés, Viña Sol (Bodegas Torres)

Cava: Juvé Camps (Family Selection)