Andies Restaurant at Lakeview in Chicago, Illinois specializes in serving Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. The restaurant is family friendly and has an emphasis on vegetarian fare.
Andies Restaurant serves lunch and dinner daily and offers an assortment of appetizers, soups, salads, vegetarian and vegan entrées, vegetarian combos, chicken entrées, beef and lamb entrées, seafood, gluten free kabobs, risotto and pasta on the menu. Featured entrées served at Andies Restaurant include baked spinach and feta strudel, baked three cheese vegetable moussaka, curried vegetables couscous, Moroccan eggplant, chicken gyros, Mediterranean basil chicken, Lebanese style beef kefta and gluten-free beef and chicken biryani.
Food was excellent. We'd go back just for the hummus and kabobs. There were not a whole lot of people there, so maybe we stumbled on a hidden gem.
All was good , very good, I just do not understand why it was kind of empty.
Andies is a lovely restaurant. The service was excellent and the food quite good though not as good as their Andersonville location. Parking is a bit of a struggle but the overall evening was most enjoyable.
Excellent Chicken Gyro platter
Ordered one with basmati rice and one with couscous, AMAZING!
Affordable, flavorful taste of Middle Eastern Food, with lots of dishes catering to vegans or gluten-free. Nice, relaxed setting, attentive service, very friendly.
I have never had any dish that wasn't delicious. The ability to hold a conversation with your dining partner is a real asset. And the service is great; kudos to Shana, she's a delight!
Great place to eat tasty food and have conversation without shouting. The food is always perfect. I loose the Greek Chicken!
The menu was quite comprehensive, and offered an array of delicious food. Note that the menu online does not apply to the Montrose location. We opted for a couple specialist beverages, both delicious, and an appetizer of the Mediterranean "egg rolls." My date had the gyro platter and I opted for a phyllo saffron wrapped chicken with couscous. The meals where fairly large and flavorful. The restaurant was slow when we were in (late on a weeknight); but the service was not excellent. Our server only checked in 2-3 times total, including the service of meals and drinks. The appetizer was initially incorrect, then he forgot to bring our soup before the main course. So we were doing both the soup & entree at the same time... which was awkward.
The food was good; and we're fairly patient with service, so we'll likely be back. Thanks!
We dined at Andies Restaurant before a production at the Black Ensemble Theatre. It is only 2 blocks away, so we parked on the street and walked to both places. We informed the waitor that we had a time limit, because of curtain time. The service was attentive and superb. There was a water pitcher oin the table, which was promptly refilled, when needed. Courses came sequentially, but quickly, because of our time constraint. The food was tasty and the portions were ample. We can't wait to go back & try some more dishes.
Food was good. They are Byob however they charge even for beer per person to drink your own beer from a bottle. It's a joke. If you bring a coupon they charge you more for your wine!