Andanada

Row 1

Details
141 W 69th St (at Broadway)
New York, NY 10023
(646) 692-8762
Spanish, Tapas, Paella
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Fri: 5:00 PM–Midnight Sat: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • For brunch, try the the trioan assortment of miniature sandwiches including smoked salmon toasts, chicken salad on sourdough and pork belly with pineapple and habenero chutney on flatbread.
  • Cinnamon sangria and rose cava sangria are delicious twists on a traditional drink. Pan con tomate - simple, but not to make it this good. Loved the sardinas marinadas and chipirones a la romana.
  • Presa Iberica (Pan-seared Iberian pork shoulder in pastrami style with pearl onions in vermouth, chickpea puree and Piquillo peppers). One of the most popular tapas Andanada #upperwestside #tapas
  • We came here w/ a Living Social deal
  • New to the list of 2015 Michelin stars, Andanada serves up a solid selection of Spanish plates. Come for brunch on Sundays for live flamenco dancing.
  • Order the Berenjenas Asadas and the Calabaza y Queso de Cabra. Literally melts in your mouth.
  • Craving Ikea meatballs but don't want 2 assemble cheap furniture? This is 4 U! Understaffed so service moves slow-the kitchen gets food out fast maybe b/c it's all frozen & thrown in the fryer?
  • The best Party's Always happen at Andanada
  • Spanish servers are a nice touch. Decor and vibe are much hipper than neighborhood. Sardinas marinadas and calamari w/squid ink aioli are both delicious. For dessert, the poached pear is incredible.
  • The portions are bigger than you'd expect if you're used to other tapas places where you split 6 dishes between 2 people. I'll definitely return for the pan con tomate & deconstructed arroz con leche.
  • I didn't feel the typical Spanish noisy atmosphere that I was expecting. However, the place is very nice and the food is great! I loved the paella with black rice and the sangria.
  • Came here for summer restaurant week. Good selections though everything tended to be on the salty side
  • Tomato toast is really good!
  • Pretty good if you're in the area
  • perfect: croquetas, scallops, jamn 5 jotas (worth the $30, trust me). good/decent: pulpo, patatas bravas, nidos. pair w. a manzanilla sherry for the meal and top off with a brandy for dessert. heaven
  • very good: croquettes, octopus, potatas bravas, scallop
  • amazing: pulpo gallega, andanada Classic scallops. decent: andanada Classic huevo, champines rellenos, pear dessert. skip: patatas andanadas (wish we'd gotten the bravas). also: riojas and a sherry
  • Modern taps!
  • Very good tapas. You'd rather order 2 than 3 of you're not that hungry ; portions are big
  • Shark appetizer, four Iberian sausages, every single dessert. Phenomenal authentic Spanish cuisine in breathtaking environment served by friendly, well- informed staff. And the owner is there too!