This restaurant-flamenco venue first opened its doors in 1970, in a lovely 18th Century palace, with decor inspired by Federico García Lorca and the world of bullfighting together with Manila shawls. This flamenco venue-cum-restaurant is an ideal spot to lose yourself in the magical charm of flamenco and Spanish gastronomy, particularly its star dish of paella.
Café de Chinitas, as the name indicates, looks to transport its customers back to one of the golden ages of flamenco in Spain, the age of the Singing Cafes. The mid 19th Century was a golden age not only for the thousands of salon cafes where writers, intellectuals and all kinds of people would gather together to chat and discuss thousands of topics, but also the golden age of the Singing Cafes where in the evenings people would enjoy a performance whilst they sipped a liqueur or their favourite tipple. It was an age when Madrid attracted bullfighters, artists and countless other colourful characters beloved of romantic travellers, and that is what customers see when they visit us at this cafe. All together with sculptures by artists such as La Chunga, Serranito, along with bullfighters that were extremely popular and sculpted by Sanguino (who carved the doors of La Almudena Cathedral).
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