8625 International Dr, Orlando, FL | Directions 3281928.440378 -81.470085
Excellent food! Tapas were plentiful, atmosphere was excellent with lots of eclectic artwork to view! Had a great time!
Fun place to eat! – This is a great place to take friends out to dinner. Four of us each picked out something off the menu and shared. They have a great little bar and their is usually some form of live entertainment while you eat. The dinning area is filled with interesting art and great music. If you looking to start off a fun night on the town this is a great place!
the best food ever! – i highly recommend it!
get the duck salad (with chicken instead of duck) you wont regret it!!!!!!!!!!!!!
awesome atmosphere, great food – food was really good, different variety and small portions averaging around $7 to $8 a dish, they were a good size to order a lot to share with friends. belly dancers are definitely a plus although I couldn't see them from where I was seated. It was a bit loud but that was kind of expected being that it is a very festive and lively place. A good place to go to celebrate an occasion or just a fun night out with friends.
the art should be the only thing talking – the place itself was amazing. i even purchased a piece of art and felt that it was a comfortable atmosphere, that is until our server came. At first she seemed like a nice enough girl she even gave us free dessert but what was not okay was her constant nagging about ordering more. First off the group I was with are very picky eaters and her trying to force us to order was completely annoying. She was not even satisfied with the tip that we gave her which was rude. It's like don't beg me for money or try to guilt me into a tip, I felt the tip we gave was fine by the standards of what we bought. I don't think I will ever go there again or at least to that location in Orlando, Florida on International Drive. I love the art but the service was not welcoming. The food was okay , I guess I was just expecting something more unique.
The Place to Go! – The food was good. The service was great. Upon entering they gave us the scoop on the way the restuarant works and warned us that because there were several kitchens at the place that the food didn't always appear at the same time. If you don't like being married to one entire dish this is the place for you. Though they suggest picking 3-4 appetizers per person we were stuffed on just ordering 2 per person. The only thing is the price might get a little steep if you mix and match the more expensive dishes. But I loved the experience and wish there was one in my area. Next time I'm in Orlando I think I will have to go there again.
Looking for a different experience... – This is a quaint little restaurant full of trendy art, entertainment and food. The selections are Tapas or appetizers. We usually order a few and share. Great for a date or a moderate sized group. The sangria is not to be missed. A great choice if you're looking for something other than the usual chain expereince.
Eclectic, often wild atmosphere provides the perfect setting for munching on a wide selection of gourmet tapas. – The Scene
A funky retreat housing some vividly colored decor, reminiscent of a Saharan oasis retreat. Kids will be entertained by various performances (from sword-eating to belly dancing to live painting), and since this is a party atmosphere, they won't have to be constrained to a whisper.
The kitchen serves tapas, which are intentionally on the small side and meant to be sampled by everyone at the table. The multiethnic menu features chips, dips, breads and spreads, as well as soups, salads, fried delicacies, turnovers and Oriental rolls. Try the Cajun egg rolls, filled with blackened chicken, corn and cheddar and goat cheeses, and served with chunky tomato salsa and Creole mustard, or the pepper-crusted, seared tuna sashimi with crispy rice noodles and cold spinach in a sesame-soy vinaigrette. The dessert menu includes a creamy amaretto flan and rich guava cheesecake with strawberry sauce.
Cool place! – It was 9 of us, (4 adults and 5 children) and we all had a good time and the food was delicious. The kids had fun with Paul the Balloon Man. He made jokes and really nice ballon figures for the kids. If you go expecting traditional spanish tapas you will be disappointed. Their dishes are very innovative and they are an infusion of flavors served in small appettizer size. Everything we ordered was great and dessert was also great.
wow~! – This is really a place for the whole family to enjoy!! It has singers going from table to table & a lot to do in such a great restaurant! When I went there were magicians going from table to table as well. The kids will love it, an the parents will too. With an atmosphere like the one it has, I think it might be impossible to not enjoy it!!
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