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Posted by Rtg from holbrook ny on 04/30/2006
This gem of a restaurant has an off menu (specials) menu that will knock your socks off. the chiefs must love to cook and the presentation of their specials cannot be topped in any restaurant in nyc for twice the price.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/21/2006
A place has to be really good to get me anywhere Times Square, but St. Andrews is definitely worth it. The food is delicious (albeit somewhat pricey, this is Times Square after all) and the beer/Scotch selection is good. The best part is definitely the service. In addition to the awesome kilts, they are some of the friendliest servers I have had in Manhattan. They are also great about throwing in an extra drink or snack if you order a lot.
Posted by Bob from Maryland on 04/11/2006
Being from Salisbury, MD we know chicken. The honey thistle chicken is the best. Try the oysters too. Service and atomosphere are great. Space is tight.
Posted by CMS on 03/27/2006
We had the pleasure of dining at St. Andrews on St. Patrick's Day (probably one of the most hectic days of the year in the city). The staff welcomed us like we were "regulars." They could not have been more hospitable. The food was great--fresh, well-prepared and presented. We enjoyed it all. Our waitress was truly "grace under pressure." She made us feel as though we were the only patrons in the restaurant that night. We look forward to returning!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/25/2006
This was my first dining experience here. The food was very good, from salad thru dessert. The wine list is fairly extensive and the scotch menu is fantastic! I'm sending my Scottish friends here, now.
Posted by Usually a fine time on 03/03/2006
Many of the wait staff have Scottish accents which adds to the charm, and of course the kilts are nice. I took some friends here for lunch once and was disappointed, but dinner is usually very good, expecially the fish. It's a comfortable, solid place, not pretentious at all, and a warm and friendly atmosphere. There isn't anything quite like it in Manhattan.
Posted by SLR on 02/26/2006
I had the thistle honey chicken and my husband had the crab and oatmeal stuffed trout. Both meals were well prepared and presented. Both meals are on the menu full time. The trout arrived with bones removed making for an even more enjoyable meal. A very small flaw was the maple whiskey sauce served with the trout, though delicious, was thin. The chicken was tender and the potatoes fantastic. GREAT prices for location of restaurant so near Times Square. Fine selection of whiskey and wine to compliment any meal. Also go with the oysters for an appetizer, they were fresh, firm and delicious with a cocktail sauce that bit back.