Had a midweek catchup with girlfriends at Casablabla and being a Wednesday, during dinner time 2 flamenco dancers came out and performed a couple of numbers for the venue which was quite enjoyable to watch. We wanted everything on the tapas menu because they all sounded so good, but we settled for 5 dishes. We really did want pizza but unfortunately they dont do pizzas on Wednesdays - that was a bummer. We did enjoy the tapas dishes we ordered though, the twice cooked pork belly was so good, but we found there was a lot of fatty layers that it was a bit off putting after one piece just thinking about and looking at it, if it was less fattier it would have been perfect. The Eye fillet steak was amazing. The plate of haloumi with eggplant topping could have been better, found that it didnt have much flavor to it. Quail was cooked perfectly and the wedges were awesome, I wanted more! Price wise, we found it to be quite pricey and we left hungry. I would come back again as the place itself had a good atmosphere, is spacious and the staff were friendly and helpful.
Casa Bla Bla is not a place to sit down and enjoy food with conversation. It is a bar with very loud - but good music that happens to serve food. A very good (but not extensive) selection of beer and cider available, nice cocktails (I didn't bother checking the wine list - though it was lengthy).
The atmosphere is good for drinking and 'watching the goings on' - with nice lighting, music and furnishings. The floor shows have set starting times (e.g. 9pm till late) - if you are interested in those check out when they start (the ad I saw was misleading - indicating that the whole evening was occupied with various floor shows to be watched while food was consumed).
Don't book a table for less than 4 people. Couples tend to want to chat over their meal, this is near impossible with the dominating music (while I liked the music the sheer volume was off-putting). Tables for 4 or more had better positions than smaller ones.