Mainly Spanish appetizer's (aka Tapa's)
I didn't catch any dancing, but the waiter said they sometimes have performances like Flamenco and Salsa during Dinner
The service was great, very friendly staff
Favorite Dish: Calamaris, eggplants
Give everything a shot, the food is cooked in style
Mi Luna is a fun tapas restaurant. For those who may not know, tapas are spanish appetizers, i.e. small portions of food, cold or warm, typical of what is served in bars in Spain. You can get various forms of calamari, fried goat cheese, eggplant with spices, lamb dishes,... This restaurant's tapas are excellent, the waiters are very nice, the service good, the atmosphere great. Accompany that with a glass of nice spanish wine.
Some evenings feature a flamenco entertainment after 8 pm.
If you enjoy tapas food, and want a great atmosphere, this is the place to go. Located in the Rice Village, this restaurant serves excellent Spanish tapas dishes, which are usually smaller portions. It is nice to order a few different ones and share with everyone in your party. Most nights they have flamenco dancers, and Thursday night is salsa night, when the restaurant turns into a small dance club with a live salsa band. A great atmoshere, just like if you were in a tavern in Spain. Give it a try if you enjoy great Spanish food with a great ambiance!
Favorite Dish: Gambas al Ajillo. It's a shrimp dish, with garlic and some other stuff! :)
Mi Luna is this wonderfully dim and loud tapas restaurant. If you haven't had tapa's.. it means something like everything is an appetizer. You come with friends and all order a little something and share between yourselves!
OKAY! That was how it was BEFORE! It is horrible now! The portions are smaller, the taste is no longer as good.. and what the heck.. they run out of bread (you need it here to fill the void between the 6 clams they give you to share) on a Saturday night?! Thats like Taco Bell runnning out of taco shells?!
I regret that what was once one of my favorite restaurants is just awful now.