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Since 1867 this big old house has been established in the historic center of the City. In 1920 it was founded as a bar and then, in 1992 restored; it is now considered by the Museum of the City of Buenos Aires as a “Living Evidence of the Civic...more
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A very good tango show ! The show gave the history of the dance and how it had developed to be the dance it is today. The pre dinner meal was not the best but there was a good selection of meals.
The dancers were...More
I was basically dragged along here by my wife with no real interest in tango dancing but I must say I had a thoroughly good evening. The dancing was excellent and the theme of going through the history of tango gave the show a structure....More
The dinner was before the show and it was pretty dismal. Staff disinterested, food non-descript and service not great. The whole place lacked atmosphere and we felt like we were just another load of tourists who had to be fed.
The actual show was great...More
We put alot of effort and research into choosing a place to watch a good show and be fed well, have ample drinks and enjoy ourselves and this was by far the best decision we had made.
The show was fantastic from start to finish....More
Had visited this place while on holiday in BA. The place was recommended by the Intercontinental Hotel. We could not have chosen a better show. Although we had only selected the 'show', without dinner, they had given us a table right in front of the...More
The dancing was really mesmerizing, but there was far too much singing numbers that made the show really long. The show started after dinner, which meant that we were there till 10:30; the amount of singing drew out the show too long and were not...More
Located in San Telmo the oldest neighborhood of Buenos Aires . The restaurant conserve the spirit of the old cafes of Buenos Aires. The food is acceptable, service good and the Tango show recomendad . The stage has a structure column that block the view...More
We went to this place as part of a pre-arranged visit and despite a number of reports that such places are a tourist rip-off, this one was excellent. The show traced the history of the tango through dance and costume. Very professional and a good...More
Overall, I was hoping for a better experience. If you are having dinner there, it is definitely overpriced for the event. The dancers were very good and so were the singers. I know some reviewers claimed there was too much singing, but that was to...More
I loved this tango show, It was absolutely stunning. The dancers, the orchester, the singers, the costumes, the waiters - Everything for me was absolutely astounding. I loved the storyline from 1905 - to the modern.
I found the food really nice, the wine was...More
Date of experience: April 2019
ElQuerandi, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at El Querandi, responded to this reviewResponded 23 April 2019
Thank you so much for your visit!
Response from ElQuerandi | Property representative |
We would love to receive you again in our house, other than this say that you should not feel obligated to leave a tip and that if a waiter does please ask him to let the manager of the restaurant know that same... More
We would love to receive you again in our house, other than this say that you should not feel obligated to leave a tip and that if a waiter does please ask him to let the manager of the restaurant know that same night. As for the food we have more than 20 options where you can taste typical Argentine dishes. we hope your visit is to your liking.