Austin >Andiamo Ristorante
Andiamo Ristorante. One of the best options for fine dining north of highway 183. Get the most bang for your buck during lunch or their monthly wine dinners.
Good food but building and ambience not worth $$$. Party of 4 on Saturday night. We shared an appetizer, three of us had an entree and one had 2 very small salads ($10 each). Total of 5 glasses of house wine. The bread was great, the food was good and the service was fine. Honestly, I just hate paying $210 plus tip for dinner in a room where the false ceiling panels move up and down when the central air comes on. If they want to charge those prices, they should consider a more upscale place.
Top Italian Food.
It's a little gem without all the pretentiousness of some other claimed top Italian restaurants.
The pace is calm and professional, loud adults and misbehaving children are thankfully absent.
The food is competently prepared and well presented. The wine list is fairly comprehensive and well priced when there are specials.
I could go on, but I would like to preserve its secret nature and keep the rowdies out. I am sure you understand.
I was expecting to be blown away by the meal. I was NOT. The bread before the meal was very tasty and probably the best aspect of meal. I had the Gnocci, ...It was ...well I didn't even eat it. My friend stated her lamb chop was "marginal' at best. Service was good, desserts were tasty also. Atmosphere: there was no atmosphere. For the price tag you would expect the food to be good. We did not find that to be the case.
It almost felt like we were supposed to say it was tasty just because it's so pricey???
We would not reccomend it and will not eat there again. We would rather visit Vinny's for lack of pretense..
Great Italian find!. I would never have guessed an amazing Italian restaurant lay hidden in the slighty sketchy strip mall. Once inside, you forget the surroundings however. While not luxurious by any means, the ambience is nice, even quaint. The servers are extremely friendly and well versed with the menu. Service is never rushed and I guess can be perceived as a bit slow. We LOVED the delicious bread they started out with and asked for 2 extra baskets :). The pastas we had were wonderful and the chocolate mousse, cannoli and tiramisu we all shared for dessert were divine. I'm already dreaming about our next visit!
Best Italian in Austin!. Best Italian in Austin! We have been here many times and are never disappointed. The food is always excellent, the music makes for a very romantic dinner and the service is just as good. We have tried several different items on the menu and have always been very happy with our selections. Who cares that this is in a strip mall? Once you are inside, you don?t even think about the outside. Great romantic Italian dinner!
Little Italy in North Austin.
A quaint Italian restaurant situated conveniently for us north Austin dwellers. Andiamo delivers a true escape into the flavors of Italy. They made room for us on a busy Saturday night and the ambiance and food were a wonderful escape from the weekly chaos.
NW Restaurant. Quaint restaurant in Northwest Austin. Quick service, great food with reasonable prices. Located at 2521 Rutland Drive.
Strip center restaurant with ugley decor. We were disappointed with the service, seating (we were seated in direct line of site to the kitchen door, even though there were only two tables in the entire restuarant.) and mediocre food. We would rather not go back, if our friends don't make us go back! Please, no!
Good food - flawed service.
We have been to Andiamo 3 times.
-The first time I was served the wrong dish.
-The second time, the bill listed a more expensive wine than what we had ordered.
- The third time the bill listed the correct wine at a much higher price than indicated on the menu.
Sorry, but while the food is good, the substandard service made us decide never to go there again.
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