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Embrujo Flamenco Tapas Restaurant

97 Danforth Avenue, Toronto, ON
11 reviews
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By snowbunny on Dec 25, 2009
Great restaurant. Great food. Everything comes out piping hot. I would recommend everything. Great servers and atmosphere. We had a wonderful night out on Xmas Eve. Easy to find and parking on the street right at the door. Flamenco show was excellent. Exciting dancer and great guitarist.

This is the place to visit!!!!
By Cerulean Camel on Sep 16, 2009
The best tapas bar in the city, very autentic.
By Black Humpback-Whale on Jul 02, 2009
We went yesterday for dinner, without researching it too much. Bad move. The food was brought in very small portions and the prices were such that you'd think you were in a very highly regarded place.

We tried a lot of dishes, all were dissapointing. They weren't anything to write home about. Taste wise were ok, but really, we were thinking to find a place to eat after we let down about 250 bucks for four people.
By Chestnut Rattlesnake on Jun 11, 2009
Embrujo Flamenco should be number one on the list IMO having dined at all the places on your list...Embrujo Flamenco is my far the most authentic Tapas restaurant in the city.
By Amaranth Dove on Jun 11, 2009
Tapeo was a wonderful discovery. Sitting outside on the patio, watching people walk by, eating wonderful food, was just such a pleasure! The dishes were outstanding and interesting! Our waitress was lots of fun and energetic. more
By Samy123 on Jun 11, 2009
This place has delicious tapas! We were seated outside in the patio area in a shady spot (thank goodness!). We ordered the garlic shrimp, goat cheese with honey . Wow, it was all so good! We especially liked the jamon Iberico and the garlic shrimp! The bread is unlimited so dont be shy to ask for me. It also comes with a hummus type spread.
By Arial on Jun 02, 2009
Visited Embrujo for the second time this past week and I must say we didnt know until later that the original Chef was no longer there.....And it shows...the Paella we had was very close to beign discusting...Dry, over cooked and flavorless. The service has also taken a turn for the worst. It's too bad cause they had a good thing going.
By Orange Marmot on May 05, 2009
Well me and six of my girlfreinds finally decided to try out this restuarant that we have heard so much about. Wounldn't you believe that it was worth the hype. Food was amazing, the show was great and the atmosphere felt like we were right in Spain. Our cute waiter Peter was very knowledgable, friendly and very attentive. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone who is looking to have a real old world experience right here in Toronto. Thanks Embrujo Looking forward to our next experience.
By Copper Rhinoceros on Apr 18, 2009
The best paella I ever had outside of spain, very good service
By Mona on Nov 17, 2008
We visited Flamenco on November 14th to celebrate our friend's 50th birthday. It was a special day for us and we were looking forward to meet and have a great time. Instead we were very disappointed with the service and the waiter's attitude.
The bread basket was full of ants; when we mentioned it to the waiter he did not apologize but instead he killed the ants with his fingers. The dishes were chipped and we were asked to leave the restaurant right after we paid our bill. The rude waiter told us that we had to leave because they had another reservation. It was very pricey for the service they provided.
All of us (8 people) left the restaurant disappointed. Honestly we do not recommend it!!!!
By Paul6519 on Mar 12, 2008
We had a great time here..finaly a place in Toronto that serves authentic Spanish also helps that the chef is actualy from Spain.
Comment by jennifer on Mar 12, 2008
that's very cool!!
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Embrujo Flamenco is a restaurant that specializes in the regional cuisines of Spain. Spanish cuisine is centuries of traditional cooking and hundreds of regional recipes based on natural ingredients such as olive oil, lots of seafood, vegetables, game, veal, ham, and sausages to name a few.
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