Resonating with the romance of the Mediterranean, Andaluca Restaurant’s food and design have been a winning combination since 1996. Celebrating our 21st year, we feature seasonal Northwest foods combined with the flavors and spices of Spain, Greece, Turkey and many other Mediterranean countries. Chef Tiffany Layco and our culinary team create flavorful, distinctive cuisine that has drawn rave reviews from travelers and locals alike.
Whether it be our signature Paella or Za’atar-rubbed pork chop, the menu provides a wide array of tempting items. We look forward to seeing you as we celebrate 21 years of serving the very best the Northwest has to offer.
Seattle, WA 98101
Mediterranean, Spanish, Basque
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: (No reservations required for breakfast) Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:00am;
Saturday & Sunday: 7:00am - 12:00pm;
Dinner: Sun: CLOSED- Tue - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Monday: CLOSED
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please contact the restaurant for details.
Complimentary Valet parking through the Mayflower Park Hotel when dining in Andaluca.
4th & Pine
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Please contact Private Dining for details
Andaluca Ratings and Reviews
This is a nice restaurant though a bit drafty, no matter where we sat there was a cool draft.The place was always busy and the staff worked very hard but the food took a while to come.The vegetarian option ( only one) for dinner was not good , breakfast offered lots of choice.I have been here a few times and it has been better on my previous visits.I'll be willing to try it again.
First time visit for all 4 of us. We enjoyed the ACT Matinee and walked to Andaluca. ‘Tis the Christmas season and there were just the right decor to make it festive. The Sangria was perfect. We had numerous starters, sides and all ordered different entrees. Days after we all are still talking about the amazing flavors we enjoyed. Truly the best food experience and we will be back. Bravo!
Wonderful evening starting with complimentary valet service. We were seated promptly and shortly thereafter two glasses of complimentary champagne arrived to toast our anniversary. We enjoyed every one of our food selections. Afterward we agreed that the service was excellent, always there to cover the next step but never in an obtrusive way. The wine list is comprehensive although one is unlikely to choose this restaurant strictly for the wine. The experience is capped off by walking out the door to your waiting car.
Andaluca is a delight.
What a pleasant surprise. The service was fantastic, the drinks unique and tasty, but the food...OMG...the food was amazing. We chose this restaurant to have dinner before seeing a show at the Paramount, and the staff was cognizant of the time and rushed to get the bill for our group so we wouldn't be late for the show. I will definitely be back.
I have dined at Andalucca on a number of occasions . It is the perfect choice if you want to be able to catch up with a friend as you can hear one another and aren't rushed. BUT the food was disappointing. The portion of the roasted chicken was very small and the carrots were Particularly soggy and tasteless. I'm not certain I'll give them another chance.
Andaluca has been a favorite restaurant for years, but this time we had the unfortunate timing of eating there soon after the new chef took over. The kitchen has some real issues that need to be cleared up. Chicken skewers coming out overdone and dry; crab tower tasteless (someone forgot to add salt). Paella just adequate. In their defense, they apologized and comped our food which we didn’t expect. For that reason we will give them another try in a few months. The bar is high. Hopefully they can get their act together.
The food at Andaluca was excellent! The Rib Roast and the Duck were fan favorites at the table. The particular server that we had was inattentive, scattered and not very knowledgeable regarding the food or wine. He did not read any specials to us even after we were sitting there for 20 minutes without him coming over to our table. Furthermore it took over 20 minutes to receive two glasses of wine and an old fashioned during a time that it was not busy whatsoever. It actually took the man bussing the tables to overhear our displeasure and he intervened. Overall I would recommend Andaluca for the food and the atmosphere. I just hope you don't get the same server we did.
We have eaten at Anduluca's a couple of times, both excellent. This time we had the paia which was really wonderful, AND you didn't have to order it an hour in advance. Dinner for two, two glasses of wine, shared salad, soup (amazing) and desert for under $100, plus free valet parking. I will be back and I recommend it to all.
This place has great food in a very comfortable setting with very nice decor. It is attached to a hotel. You drop your car at the front door, your parking is validated and your car is waiting when you are done. This is very nice and safe on a cold rainy night.
I tried out Andaluca since, on the surface, their menu appeared most vegan/vegetarian-friendly and I needed a hospitable place for my friends. I am also used to Seattle's high interior bar for a fun and cool ambiance. Their decor is Cheesecake corny at best and our waiter scoffed when my friend asked to substitute goat cheese with another veggie or non-dairy something.
Overpriced and not very pretty.
Perhaps it shouldn't be so special that a restaurant serves excellent and interesting food, has attentive, warm and helpful service, comfortable seating, an attractive setting and is quiet enough for unstrained conversation, but that combination of attributes is rare in today's dining scene, and Andaluca has them all. The wine, the salad, the entrees and the dessert were all delightful. The busboy who ran after me to give me my leftovers was the icing on the cake.
We had dinner at Andaluca before a concert at the Moore Theatre. The location was perfect, as it was an easy two block walk away. We ordered the beet salad, which was beautifully constructed, and the traditional paella. The paella was full of all the classic ingredients and was delicious! We also ordered their wonderful sangria. Our server was outstanding - friendly and professional. She helped make it a memorable experience.
I will add here that we also had brunch at Andaluca the next day, which didn't turn out so well. We literally waited 45 minutes for our food, and there was no communication from our server during that time. In her defense, she did offer a free beverage for our patience. Overall it was not the delightful experience we had had the night before.
We had a very enjoyable evening at Andaluca thanks to excellent food, a very pleasant ambiance and gracious service. The pork belly appetizer was especially good and the bread service with babaganoush and hummus was very tasty. Two of us shared a paella dish and found it to be sufficient, while the other members of our party had chicken and halibut -- all first-rate.
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