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Posted by joey on 11/25/2010
needed a quick bite near macys. heard good things about this place so figured to check it out. walked in the place smelled of two day old burnt kitchen grease...eeh figured is was diner-greasy spoon...sat down. ordered a simple egg white omlette and side of cucumbers with skin off, for my wife and a burger for myself. the burger came looking like it was cooked last week and the cucumbers had the skin on with the waitress stating, "they refused to take the skin off". After commenting on the food and the manager looking at the food, as if he was asked to explain einstein's theory of relativity , we picked ourselves up and left...
Posted by !phil on 05/25/2009
The Cajun Burger is awesome. Juicy, just like a burger has to be, not too sloppy not too neat. I've been through a lot of burger joints in this area and this one is top in midtown for me for now... Pompom's is the close second. Kilauea at Island's in California is the best by far in the universe, but that's another story!
Posted by Tracy on 06/04/2008
We visited NYC last week and we ate at Andrew's since it was near our hotel. I had already found it on this website so I knew I wanted to try it. I was very impressed with everything. It wasn't the perfect experience but it was very good. The food - very good, the service - good, the price - reasonable, the atmosphere - relaxing, homey, fun. We are planning another visit to NYC and we will definitely go back to Andrew's.
Posted by Nice place on 05/05/2008
I went to Andrews for a quick brunch. The service was excellent. The waiter was really attentive. The food was average but the price was great. Where can two people go for a meal in New York City and it be under $20.00. The atmosphere was like a typical coffee shop. I would definately come here again.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/10/2007
All I have to say is I can't believe I just dished out 7 bucks for a greased out COLD tuna *melt* sandwich - oh and they just happened to throw in a 'free' soda along w/ a pickle wrapped in a sandwich bag and a scoop of coleslaw.. (woo-hoo!)
Posted by Carib Mark on 08/07/2007
This is not a fancy place. It's not a fpart of a fun national chain. This is a NYC coffee shop in the best and most classic form. Yeah they added a brick oven for pizza but it comes down to this: a counter or a booth...a waitress who offers coffee in hand with the menus...delicious breakfasts...low prices by any comparison...and one of the few places that, even though they aren't on the menu, you can ask for hash brown potatoes and they give you a nice order of those shredded pieces, soft to crispy, a bit of onion. If you want to have breakfast like a New Yorker who holds onto the old traditions, this is the place. Lunches are great too by the way.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/26/2007
I went to Andrew's for lunch once. The server was rude and didn't seem to care about us. The burgers we ordered were big and fresh, but the service was really bad. From time to time I will order eggs for breakfast and they are great! Because I get it delivered, I don't have to deal with the servers and the food gets here generally quickly.