My memories of Flamenco will never be the same after witnessing this sensual and powerful Spanish dance in Sevilla, Espana. However one can easily reminisce about that tiny dark bar in Sevilla’s narrow and confusing streets at the Kino Cafe on Cambie Street.
It’s a great date spot for something inventive and sexy. Ambiance-wise, the left side of the restaurant kinda looks like a sports pub but you can easily drift into the mood of the moment once the lights go down. The menu is somewhat confused between tapas and bar food. I recently sampled their Tomato Bocconcini and Lasagna and it was quite good.
Check out some of the photos below. Oh and by the way, bring some coins or small change as the dancers come around after each session for donations. A small fee to pay for the amazing entertainment! Ole!