About Us

On West Street, opposite the entrance to Warwick Castle, you will discover Flamenco - a unique venue in Warwick.


Some may recognise the building not as the Tudor House   but as the 'Mucky Mallard', the Stratford-upon-Avon pub on the BBC drama series 'Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Investigators'.


Following an extensive refurbishment, you will experience contemporary Mediterranean-inspired dishes in the surroundings of one of Warwick's most historic and atmospheric buildings.


Choose from a range of award-winning cocktails, draught beers and wines with our selection of tapas from around the world in the Henry VIII Cocktail Bar, or sample our signature steak cooked on a lava stone at your table and our variety of paellas in La Boqueria - our restaurant.


We look forward to welcoming you at Flamenco soon.


Click below to find out more about the history of the 17th Century building.

Articles and Reviews

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Businesses surprise Warwick doctor and partner forced to cancel wedding

Eating in is the new eating out: How to make the most of restaurant-style takeaways

Eating in is the new eating out: How to make the most of restaurant-style takeaways

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Eating in is the new eating out: How to make the most of restaurant-style takeaways

Eating in is the new eating out: How to make the most of restaurant-style takeaways

Eating in is the new eating out: How to make the most of restaurant-style takeaways

Read about our sister restaurant Tasca Dali in The Independent

Owner and founder of Flamenco

Putting it all on a plate for the vulnerable at their time of need

Eating in is the new eating out: How to make the most of restaurant-style takeaways

Putting it all on a plate for the vulnerable at their time of need

Wasps Rugby players cook paella

Wasps Event Creates a buzz in Warwick

Tapas and the Tudors Collide at Flamenco Warwick

Putting it all on a plate for the vulnerable at their time of need

Plate of morcilla: Spanish black pudding dish

Tapas and the Tudors Collide at Flamenco Warwick

Tapas and the Tudors Collide at Flamenco Warwick

Tapas and the Tudors Collide at Flamenco Warwick

Cornfield magazine cover love issue: ppaella at Flamenco

Flamenco: A Return Trip

Tapas and the Tudors Collide at Flamenco Warwick

Tapas and the Tudors Collide at Flamenco Warwick

Molly Olly charity lion mascot

Music Event Strikes Right Chord in Community

Historic Tudor venue brings the warmth of the Spanish sun to the town of Warwick

Spanish flair of Flamenco is breathing new life into historic Warwick building

Pan of mussels and other seafood shells cooking in pan on an open flame

Spanish flair of Flamenco is breathing new life into historic Warwick building

Historic Tudor venue brings the warmth of the Spanish sun to the town of Warwick

Spanish flair of Flamenco is breathing new life into historic Warwick building

Table in La Boqueria restaurant

Historic Tudor venue brings the warmth of the Spanish sun to the town of Warwick

Historic Tudor venue brings the warmth of the Spanish sun to the town of Warwick

Historic Tudor venue brings the warmth of the Spanish sun to the town of Warwick

La Boqueria restaurant area of Flamenco with stairs leading to rooms

Serving up wonderful Spanish flavours in heart of historic Warwick

Serving up wonderful Spanish flavours in heart of historic Warwick

Historic Tudor venue brings the warmth of the Spanish sun to the town of Warwick

Close up of Flamenco sign outside the restaurant

New chapter for Historic Warwick business

Serving up wonderful Spanish flavours in heart of historic Warwick

New Spanish restaurant retains plenty of the old spirit(s)!

Old photograph of 17th Century Tudor House

New Spanish restaurant retains plenty of the old spirit(s)!

Serving up wonderful Spanish flavours in heart of historic Warwick

New Spanish restaurant retains plenty of the old spirit(s)!

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the Tudor House, West Street

Join us at the Tudor House where we have retained many of the building's original characteristics.


One of the town's oldest inns, The Tudor House at 90-92 West Street is a Grade II* listed building, dating back to the 17th Century.  The half-timbered exterior boasts a variety of framing patterns and the design on the attic story frieze of quarter rounds and gables is very similar to buildings on Swan Street which date back to 1634. Inside, as well as authentic oak beams and stained glass windows, a section of the original wattle and daub wall can be seen in the Salsa Room.

The Tudor House was one of only a few buildings to survive the Great Fire of Warwick in 1694. Following this devastating event, which spread quickly due to the close-packed nature of the town and the building materials used at the time, building regulations were reviewed. The Fire Act of 1694 established new architecture rules which saw the end of jettied facades and timber-framed construction - both of which are features that make the Tudor House stand out today.


As with many buildings of its age, the Tudor House has a supernatural reputation and is said to have a resident ghost known as Jennifer. She apparently announces her presence by switching lights on and off and by rattling iron gates. Rumour has it that footsteps and the sound of singing have also been heard in the Cocktail Bar. Perhaps Jennifer is a fan of award-winning cocktails?