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Posted by SRH on 01/05/2007
Eat there when in the City. Always know we can safely entertain guests & visitors we refer will be satisfied. Just wish they would let me order my favorite Shepherd's Pie at the tables. I don't like to sit at a dark bar lined up in a long row with my guests. Love the Cockaleeky Soup and the Nips & Tatties!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/31/2006
St. Andrew's has a great beer and whiskey collection, and their wine choices are sufficient. Great place to eat and try different types of drinks. The salmon appetizer was very good, but the entree (bass) was not that great. The service was also a bit off, though it was a Sunday evening. The atmosphere is very nice, and the prices are affordable (~$20 for entrees)
Posted by pgva on 07/30/2006
Ribs fall of the bone...haggis good.. every thing great
Posted by Surprisingly-pleased customer on 06/21/2006
If you are in the theatre district and want a great experience, stop by St. Andrews. The long bustling bar is enticing as a place you would like to hang, rather than move on to the show you have tickets for. The dining area is comfortable and pretty, and although you may be in a rush, as we were when we happened into St. Andrews last week, you never feel rushed. The food is imaginative and there's plenty of it. Many beers and ales and lagers are on tap at the bar. The desserts are worth the extra calories. The staff, who were all very friendly, were dressed in kilts. We have vowed to return.
Posted by Boinie on 06/16/2006
My family and I had tickets to see a broadway show on June 15, 2006 and made 6:30 reservation at this restaurant. We figured we had plenty of time to eat slowly and relax. Unfortunately there was traffic driving in from NJ. We didn't arrive until 7:00. Our curtain was at 8:00. Fortunately the restaurant was directly across the street from the theater. We figured we could have a drink and appetizer and still make the show in plenty of time. We were promptly seated and explained our predicament. The server said we still had time to order a full meal. She was not kidding. It took 15 minutes to serve our meal if that. The food was hot, delicious and plentiful and we even had time to order dessert. The restaurant has an extensive beer selection both bottled and on tap, most of which are from Scotland. The servers are adorable and are dressed in kilts and all had a scottish accent. For dessert we had sticky toffee pudding which I highly recommend. This place is a must for pre-theater.
Posted by Steve&Elspeth from Croydon England on 05/27/2006
We booked this restaurant, our first ever restaurant in New York, the week before, whilst in England. On arrival at about 7.55pm on Saturday 13th May, we found that booking for this time is not necessary. It did fill up later though. The restaurant is to be found at the back through the boisterous bar, which sometimes has live music. The restaurant was quiet and pleasantly decorated in wood panelling. The food was terrific, both the filet mignon and the trout for entrée and the desserts too were fantastic. Wines by the glass were most pleasant and the Canadian waitress was most friendly. We would certainly go there again and would recommend it to anyone.
Posted by Dallas Girl on 05/19/2006
This was so nice, walking in you might think it is just a bar however in the back there is nice seating. We really enjoyed the food, drinks and dessert. The service was so-so but who really cares if you are eating delicious food. Try it you'll love it!!!