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  • Spanish, Small Plates/Tapas
  • 141 W 69th St, New York NY10023 40.7762311 -73.981539
  • (Btwn Columbus Ave & Broadway)
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  • (646) 692-8762
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User Ratings (Based on 16 reviews)

3.265
Food 3.4 Value 3.1
Service 3.0 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(646) 692-8762
Fax:
fax
(646) 692-8767
Website:
www.andanada141.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx Happy Hour Sun-Wed: 5pm-7pm Thu-Sat: 5pm-7pm+10pm-12am
Hours:
Dinner Sun-Thu: 5pm-11pm Fri-Sat: 5pm-12am Brunch Sat-Sun: 11am-3pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Prix Fixe, Pre/Post Theater, Live Entertainment, Happy Hour, WiFi, Online Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Andanada

    Posted by abbygirl100 on 02/07/2013

    The Food Comforts of Spain are here!

    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!

  • Andanada

    Posted by Jackie on 02/06/2013

    Generous -- FUN! -- Great for Sharing

    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.

  • Andanada

    Posted by SJONYC on 02/06/2013

    Wonderful, Elegant Spanish on UWS

    I loved my dinner experience. The setting is gorgeous and makes for "best romantic Spanish" in NYC. The food was the most elegant, modern Spanish offering I've experienced compared to downtown restaurants. Worth the splurge here, especially if trying to impress.

  • Andanada

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/31/2013

    Very disappointing

    We adored Gastroarte and were surprised to see the change. Apparently the chef and decor have changed, but the restaurant is still similarly decorated - it is truly lovely inside - an pleasant escape from the city. That's where the positive comments end, unfortunately. Gastroarte was tapas - Andanada has tapas on the menu, but it's more entree based. We enjoyed the beeter gazpacho (unique and delicious) but it was the size of a shot glass. The calamari was tasteless and lacked texture - mushy! The monkfish was undercooked (gross) and unexceptional. The steak was truly awful - fatty and underseasoned. It was our mistake not to send anything back, but our waitress was very distracted throughout the entire meal so we had to flag her down to get anything. The entree portions are really small - other reviewers have called this restaurant expensive, and I agree. For the same price you can walk five minutes to Boulud Sud, etc. and have a far superior meal. I've dined in Spain and this restaurant certainly did not resemble excellent experiences I've had in that country... and $28 for an undercooked piece of monkfish that's the size of my palm doesn't fit the bill.

  • Andanada

    Posted by Jose Martin on 12/28/2012

    We were in Spain

    We heard about this restaurant, but we didn't expect what we found. Many Spanish restaurants in NY don't represent the current cuisine in Spain. However, Andanada 141 does. Food is very fresh and creative. It was delicious. We tried Patatas Bravas, Pulpo, Croquetas... We felt like being in Spain. This is a truly Spanish restaurant. Thanks!

  • Andanada

    Posted by robert on 12/18/2012

    Marvelous tapas

    I've been twice in one week I liked this place so much, and I think I've tried almost all of the small plates. The pulpo is fantastic: smoky, immersed in a potato puree with tiny chopped chives. Likewise the pumpkin salad -- greens, light dressing, yellow raisins for sweetness. The papas bravas are very good: roasted tiny eggshaped purple and gold potatoes in a bed of black olive "earth." You dip the potatoes in either a garlicky mayonnaise or a tomato ketchup, then roll them in the powdery olive. Yum. Good sausages and ham, and nice cheeses. The drinks are large, the wine choices are good. Better than its predecessor. I recommend sitting at the bar, particularly if you get the charming Spanish bartendress who gave me a glass of her homemade cava sangria on the house. We're going back tonight!

  • Andanada

    Posted by Yefo on 12/13/2012

    Forget it

    Every main course is the size of an appetizer. Imagine - only 2 scallops served as a main course - I think it came to about $14 per scallop. Prediction - gone in 6 months or less.

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