Pre theatre dinner at Cafe Andaluz before heading to Concert Hall to see Ultimate Eagles. Staff were nice & welcoming, food was delicious ( see photo ) , nice surroundings. We'll be back again soon hopefully.
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I do prefer the West End venue however the menu is the same and the vibe is still good albeit, in different surroundings. Great food, good wine list and excellent service and value. Recommended, worth a visit if you are in town and enjoy our...More
I went with a group of friends for a tapas lunch - 3 tapas dishes and dessert for £16.95 from the 5pm website. The restaurant was fabulously decorated with a holiday feel. Originally thought 3 mini plates would never fill me up - WRONG!!! I...More
Our second visit here, because the first was so good the first time & yet again, Café Andaluz didn't disappoint. We booked ahead (actually while we were still at home in Newcastle) & were told we could have our table for 2 hours. We ordered...More
It's a buzzy place near the centre of town, decorated in Andalusian style with a sound-track to match. A nice selection of tapas and wines at reasonable prices with some special deals available, and prompt service. It is popular, so booking is recommended.
Cafe Andaluz serves a good choice of tapas, not quite what you would get in a traditional Barcelona tapas restaurant bit still very good.
It was pleasing to see how many Spaniards were dining here when we visited for a pre theatre lunch. They clearly felt at home! The menu is extensive and we ordered 6 dishes between two of us. The scallops and prawns were delicious. The patatas...More