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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 21 reviews)

Food 3.6 Value 3.4
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

(646) 692-8762
(646) 692-8767
Visa, MC, AmEx Happy Hour Daily: 5pm-7pm Thu-Sat: 10pm-12am
Dinner Sun-Thu: 5pm-11pm Fri-Sat: 5pm-12am Brunch Sat-Sun: 11am-3pm
Dinner, Brunch
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 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.

  • Andanada

    Posted by Rob Smith on 12/09/2012

    Too much of a good thing

    Some things are better left as a memory. We expected the same quality of food and service that we experienced with Gastroarte. We didn't expect such a radical difference in the overall dining experience. Andanada 141 tries too hard and falls short of its predecessor. Every dish was over seasoned and competing with the next. The service was officious...staff was inexperienced and intrusive. We recd appetizers with no plates, flatware incorrectly set...dishes crashing to the floor around us...all set to a backdrop of a brightly lit, loud room. If you are going to place tables so close to each other, then please apologize in advance for the guests that are about to intrude on your dining table as clients squeeze into their seats.

  • Andanada

    Posted by George on 12/03/2012

    We were waiting for disappointing food!

    I was at Andanada a Wednesday night, there were 15 people, we were 3 in the table and ordered 4 tapas, teh fist two arrived 25 minutes later, the fried calamari very dry and croquettes subpar, after 20 minutes asked for the other two tapas and the waitress said she would check, arrived 10 minutes later with the other two tapas, octopus, was hard to eat and sardines too fishy. After that we asked for the manager but no one came to the table, we ordered the check and left. It's a new restaurant but is a bad restaurant .I donĀ“t recommend it.I will never come back.

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