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About Cafe Andaluz City Centre
Elizabeth Docherty - 11/11/2014
Excellent meal! Attentive staff what more could you ask for?
'Delicious as always!!'
Roisin Harran - 10/11/2014
Food was absolutely delicious as always and so much to choose from on the big deal menu. Whenever I see this deal I snap it up as it is such good value for money. When I visited, I actually forgot to bring my printed voucher and the Manager could not have been more helpful, calling the 5pm office to confirm my booking rather than turn me away. I took my Mum and Aunt for my Mum's birthday and both enjoyed the trip and the food. definitely not one to miss!
Popular city centre Spanish tapas restaurant
One of the more popular tapas restaurants in Glasgow, Cafe Andaluz on St Vincent Place brings more than a little southern Spanish sunshine to the city centre. It certainly looks the part – tiled tables, beautiful carved wooden seats and Andalucian hanging lamps that would not seem out of place in a bodega in Seville. Step through the doors at Cafe Andaluz and Glasgow suddenly feels very far away.
Fresh, modern menu options
Glasgow’s diners appreciate the freshly prepared food and also the staff who are happy to pepper their explanations of the menu with personal recommendations. The tapas menu is split into meat, vegetarian and seafood choices with a separate section for paella. There are plenty of options, however Cafe Andaluz has wisely chosen not to risk daunting its customers with a ridiculously long menu. Instead, it features a select choice of classic tapas dishes.
Spanish omelette, meatballs in tomato sauce and chilli garlic prawns come under the category of old favourites. Dishes like the aubergine shell filled with cous cous, peppers, herbs, tomato and grated Manchego or the chicken fillet in a crisp batter, coated with Spanish honey and grain mustard offer a detour from the most well-beaten paths.
Prime city centre location, close to Queen Street Station
Cafe Andaluz opened in its prime city centre site in 2006 and seems to have been busy ever since. It is a short walk from Queen Street rail station, with plenty of nearby bus stops and taxi ranks.
Cafe Andaluz City Centre Reviews