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Posted by Anonymous on 12/11/2012
The service here is poor. I ordered take out and asked a couple questions, not only was the waitress not helpful whatsoever, she did not smile one time and rather seemed mad that I was there at all...i reluctantly went back again and a different waitress was just as rude. as for the food, the hungarian dishes are quite good, but the sandwiches are more unappetizing than a deli sandwich not to mention more expensive.
Posted by Max on 04/07/2012
I have been here several times and have only good words about this nice Hungarian island in NY City. I loved everything I have tried here (some unusual and delicios things like cherry soup), prices are very reasonable plus some my personal favourits like sugar free apple strudel. Will come back again and again.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/22/2012
The cabbage strudel from Andres takes up quite a chunk of an essay in Nora Ephron's book, "I hate my neck." it's just about the only place left to get cabbage strudel and it's a blast to an earlier era-- the last of the Mohicans.
Posted by anonymous on 03/15/2011
I have only had pastries from Andres. I totally recommend the poppy seed strudel and anything with chestnuts. Beware though that the pastries are heavy, dense, rich, and will live bulges on your thighs. Butter and cream are used with a generous heart and portions are Texans. Don't worry the one exception to this rule is The Strudel, which is light and crisp and perfect (the portions are large though, plan on sharing one "slice").
Posted by Anonymous on 10/26/2010
We were looking forward to the strudel but found the apple strudel dry, burnt on the bottom and with very little taste. The cherry strudel was not good. After one bite we threw it out. At $6 for each piece of strudel it was $12 down the drain.
Posted by UESGirl on 10/02/2010
I've been there a couple of times, usually to have some of their great espresso and delicious fruit pies. Everything is very fresh and natural, not too much sugar... the right amount. I've even got their pies when I had friends visiting and everyone loved it. Also like their pastries in general and had great meals. My friends liked it very much too. It's a small place with a good ambiance even though the servers are not always in their best mood.
Posted by Steve SZ on 09/07/2010
Sunday September 7th my wife and I went to Andre's and when we arrived there, there were a few empty tables and one large table that was empty and when we wanted to sit there because it is seat yourself service, the waitress said that table was reserved and that we would have to wait for the other big table to get up if we wanted that table. Look that restaurant is small, you have to sit at one of the big tables to feel comfortable. I know she was lying because I have been here before and they like to do that for what ever reason and finally after a 30 mins. waiting we finally sat down and as soon as we sat down the so called reserved table was occupied by 2 people and a baby and we asked them did they reserve that table they said no they just walked in and sat there, but they left because they had no baby seat for the baby. Finally when we wanted service the waitress that was suppose to take of us didn't because she probably knew that she lied to us about the other reserved table so we got served by the other waitress. The food was ok, my veal goulash was a bit burnt, my wifes stuffed cabbage was oily, the goulash soup was luke warm and we didn't get the bread until we got our soups. The desert was great it was a poppy seeds baked into a flakey crusted strudel topped with powder sugar and a side of whip cream.