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Posted by Mark Sanchez on 11/24/2013
A wonderfully diverse menu, excellently prepared with a well-selected wine list. I'm looking forward to returning.
Posted by Stuart Hahn on 11/12/2013
Sophisticated ambiance, excellent food, great service. We definitely be returning.
Posted by Max on 11/06/2013
We shared several appetizers and a bottle of wine for dinner. The staff was professional and attentive. Excellent selection of wines. Overall, a lovely dinner and experience!
Posted by anonymous on 07/08/2013
I have been living in the city for six months and I really miss the spanish food, therefore I am so happy to have found Andanada because the have the best spanish food of the city and the service is awesome! I really recommend this place to anybody who want to experience Spanish ambience and taste the best food ever!
Posted by Abi Kramer on 02/08/2013
Servers were not able to explain the tapas, the manager was nowhere to be found. And the food was not well presented and late. Poor choice, will def not return to this restaurant in our neigborhood. Far from a tapas place.
Posted by abbygirl100 on 02/07/2013
I HAVE ALREADY TOLD MY UWS BUDDIES TO TRY THIS RESTAURANT OUT! I will even make the trip across town again for another meal here! The food & staff will NOT disappoint. Excellent tapas. Definitely try the patatas bravas and the albondigas- best meatballs I have had in awhile!, but go outside your comfort zone and order the Pulpo al a Gallega. Perfectly grilled octopus nestled under a pillow of potato puree. Also, try the Pate de Cabracho- scorpion fish flan! The flan was light and perfectly seasoned, but the it was the eggplant caviar that gave it that zing. The bartenders know their wine- they suggested a grenache that went with everything. I even sampled their spring cocktail, the Andanada, definitely wakes up the palate!! Can't wait to see what they come up with for Sunday brunch!
Posted by Jackie on 02/06/2013
We went Andanada for date night. This is a nice place to graze because the portions of the tapas were really generous for the price. We loved the presentation of the potatoes bravas. The aioli was nice and garlicky and the texture of the olive powder was fun. Anytime I get to play with my food I'm happy! I was pleasantly surprised that the salsa brava had a bit of bite. Other things we loved was the roasted pumpkin salad with the Manchego and Spanish blue cheese although I would have toasted the walnuts. The beef carpaccio was delicious. It had my boyfriend's favorite things: cornichons, caper, olives and cheese scattered across it. Another hit was the gazpacho! It looked like a cocktail, but was only $4.00 so nice and refreshing -- the boyfriend loved it. The meatballs and the garlic shrimp were decent. I thought the pork croquettes with goat cheese béchamel needed some spark to tie them together like chili or tomato jam or rouille… The deconstructed rice pudding had these rice crisps that looked like clouds over the cinnamon ice cream and the pureed rice pudding. I loved the look of the dish and crunchy crisps and the ice cream. The pudding was not for me because I don't like pureed foods. Oh and the service was quite good too.