The only way I would recommend people to go to this place is just to go to the show, and not pay for the meal. The only delicious food from the whole menu was a cheese empanada. The rest was either luke warm or, in regards to the meat, very tough...not what you'd expect in beef city! The dancers were... 更多
Cheaper than the most famous houses Catulo is a good option. We paid 600 pesos for the show with food and beverage all included. The woman who served us first told me that we could drink only 1 bottle of wine for free. But I talked to the manager of the house and he allowed the 2nd bottle for us... 更多
We loved this attraction, especially since we were picked up at our hotel and dropped off afterwards. The three course dinner is very nice with choices of steak or chicken and an entire bottle of malbec to share between the two of us. There is a small live band that accompanies the live singers who sing for the tango troupe.... 更多
We made a last minute decision to go for dinner somewhere we could watch a tango show. We tried to book at some of the places that seemed to have larger seating capacities, however, they were all fully booked. This ended up to be a good thing for us though, because we found this place. I wasn't expecting much from... 更多
The food was awful. The pink sweet sauce on the steak and the steak itself was very poor to say the least most of us left more than half in our plates. But then again you do not go to these places for the food. Wine was a reasonable Malbec. The show was more singing than dancing really. It was... 更多
My first night in Buenos Aires, mostly locals here! This was such a great experience! Dinner and a show. Show was fantastic same for dinner. Awesome service, phenomenal experience overall!
This was my first tango show, and I was extremely impressed. The meal was above average, the service very good,... 更多