We were told of this place by an American ex-pat and so it was no wonder that the upstairs was filled primarily with ex-pats when we visited though the table next to us was 4 Brits. We loved Andy and Andy's because he understands what people with celiac disease can eat and he helped us navigate his menu. We loved the fresh crab legs and the fried chicken that's coated in rice flour and fried in it's own oil to avoid cross contamination.We also had a great, fresh green salad which you often don't find while traveling. A fun time in a fun atmosphere run by a nice gentleman.
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