Monday, June 02, 2014

Andres Restaurant

I've been wanting to go to this place a long time. My co worker was the one that told me about it.

 It's Cuban and Puerto Rican Cusine. We haven't tried any authentic ones and since we havent had a decent restaurant eat out recently, might as well go for this.

This is how I like my menu. Simple and direct. No fuss and limited in a right way.
We came in on a Sunday at lunch, so i can't really tell whats for dinner.

 The ambiance is laid back. Very limited tables but that works to the customers advantage. The place doesnt feel like its pack and you dont have that feeling like youre in a can. 

 If you're in a hurry or really hungry, you wont like it here. They cook their food the moment you order them. And the Mofongo takes 20mins to make.

 Now off to the food. We ordered the Mofongo, Ropa Vieja, picadillo, ground beef empanada and palomilla. These came with beans and rice.

 An entree would range between $8-$13 and for us, it would be enough for two, considering that we order extra rice. Food was decent and a bit close to Filipino cooking. Was full of flavor and did stuffed us. We love the empanada, it was freshly made. You could tell by just the look of it.

 Overall, this is a place that i would come back but i wont eat here all the time. Maybe once a month. 

Food: 3.5/5
Customer Service: 3/5
Ambience: 3/5
Parking: 2/5


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