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About Andora Cranberry
Treat yourself to delicious meals at Andorra Cranberry. This restaurant serves American cuisine in elegant settings that include intimate dining rooms, an airy bar and a sun-covered dining patio. Chef Jamie Irvine helms a menu that offers an extensive range of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and entrees. Order the ahi tuna, for a light salad made with mixed greens, carrots, daikon and wasabi dressing. For heartier fare try the restaurant's fish special for the day or some seared pork tenderloin.
Andorra Cranberry's standout menu feature is its specialty crab cakes and it also serves a small but carefully selected list of wines to complement its meals. Andorra Cranberry has private rooms that can be adapted to a wide range of events including dinner parties, birthday celebrations and business events.
Mars, PA 16046
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm, Saturday & Sunday: 11:30am - 4:00pm;
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Andora Catering combines culinary experience, knowledge and attention to detail, qualities that ensure your event will meet your every expectation.
We have catered events at some of the regions most desirable venues, as well as at our clients homes.
Whether you are planning a grand occasion or are looking forward to a more intimate event, we specialize in tailoring our menus and service to meet your style and budgetary needs.
If you want to show your appreciation to friends, family, co-workers, or customers, Andora Catering is the way to do it.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Andora Cranberry - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
Very disappointed in Andora after reading the reviews, which suggested this was going to be an excellent restaurant. The portions were overpriced and small. Our waitress was not particularly friendly. Although attempting to be polite, she did not go out of her way to make you feel welcome. This was a huge disappointment and one the "Sharp Knife" will cut out of his list of places to return.
Food was delayed a really long time for unclear reasons. The waitress kept needing to apologize for the delay, which eventually became annoying. The food finally arrived warm (not hot) including the sides. We were reluctant to send anything back. We never saw a manager to offer any explanation nor attempt to adjust the bill.
So the two of us arrived at 6:45 on a Friday thinking we would have a nice dinner and be out by 8:15. No such luck--it was 9:15 when I took my last bite. The service was excruciatingly slow and it wasn't because the place was crowded--it was only about half full. Our drinks came in a reasonable amount of time but everything else took forever. At one point we even thought that our server had gone home. Once we got some food, it wasn't bad. The buffalo chicken flat bread appetizer was actually delicious and the pork/rice soup was good, as well. The entrees were fine but nothing to write home about. I might have enjoyed it more if I wasn't so irritated from being ignored. I may actually go back for the an appetizer at the bar but, with the number of options in the Cranberry area, you won't catch me having dinner there again.
I always find the food at Andora to be high quality and high value but I must say the dining experience is enhanced when the servers pay attention to the details. This was this case in my most recent experience. Our server knew the menu, made recommendations, seemed to find the right moment to refresh beverages and be present without being intrusive!
The food is good, the ambience is somewhat crowded, but the service is excellent. Our Valentines reservations were ready and waiting=in a prime dinner time ! The restaurant was noisy, although not overly crowded The calamari was perfect (SUPER CHOICE OF APPETIZERS) and the entrees very good. My only negative is that the choice of entrees is somewhat limited..what they offer is excellent but hasn't really changed since our last visit about 6-8 months ago..we will return when outdoor dining reopens...a real nice outdoor setting 1
To sum it up I was disappointed. My main disappointment was where we sat...When we came in we waited to be seated. (We were 10 minutes early) The hostess seemed confused as to where our table was, she kept motioning to the bus boy that there was a table in the back... I made reservations 6 weeks ahead and we sat in the 2nd room in the very back against a wall facing a folded up partition around something in the corner of the room. No ambiance for Valentines Day.. When you plan for a special occasion way ahead of time and get "stuck" in the back....makes it a disappointing experience. The food was really really good as we had the restaurant favorite crab cakes and had zucchini ribbons as our appetizer which was very delicious...Our server was the best part of our experience there. He was very attentive, courteous and did a great job. We would love to try this restaurant again and possibly sit in the front or in the bar area...I hear they have an awesome patio outside....
My wife and I have eaten at Andora for 2 Anniversary dinners, a Valentines dinner and 2 date night out dinners and we have been pleased every time. The food has yet to disappoint (except for the bread pudding dessert on this last occasion, which they changed for some reason and it was not the wonderful same it used to be.) and the service is always excellent.
The atmosphere is very nice and the noise level is quiet to moderate, but the acoustics of the room make it easy to hold a non-shouting conversation.
Kudos to Andora.
The four of us were out to celebrate Valentine's Day with a nice dinner. We had never been to Andora before so weren't sure what to expect. My husband and I arrived early so we had a drink at the bar. The bartender was fantastic. He was knowledgeable about his cocktails and beer selections. He offered samples of what was on tap and explained each in great detail. I was pleased that he wiped off the rim of my wine glass before pouring.
When the rest of our party arrived we went to our table. The menu had a nice selection with what I would call average prices for steaks, seafood, etc. I ordered the filet with potatoes and green beans, my husband, the spicy seafood pasta, and the other couple ordered the Andora chicken and mushroom ravioli. Everything else is a la carte so we each ordered a soup or salad as well. We were all extremely pleased with our meals and plan on returning. We ordered coffees and dessert which were delicious as well. Overall we had a very nice experience and would recommend Andora to anyone. On a side note, our server was subpar. She constantly forgot to bring us things we asked for, had to be reminded that our drinks were waiting at the bar, and after several attempts gave us the correct bill.
Let me start by saying $28 for 4 scallops, 4 asparagus and some risotto seems a bit steep to me. It was good but not $28 good if you know what I mean. This is the 2nd straight restaurant I've been to that insists on putting another table less than a table's width away from me trying to fit more tables into an area than actually fit. I really don't want to be closer to the person at the table next to me than I am to the person I am with. Otherwise, I really like this place. The server was probably one of the best I've had in the area in quite a while. Menu isn't as good as it used to be in my opinion. I think quantities used to be bigger as well, but I think most places are like that these days. I'll think twice before going back.
Service was VERY slow and disjointed; and this is not the first time. It took an hour to get a salad, and 20 minutes and a reminder to get a beverage refill. Love the food, but based upon Saturday I wonder if this location will be open much longer.
Let's start with the ambience... There is advertisements on each table...very tacky.
The food..calamari was okay. the Andora chicken tasted like a chain restaurant entree. The wine was terrible and $52 a bottle and the server couldn't open the bottle.
The service was just okay too... Felt very rushed. Entrees came out when we had only finished half of our salad.
We will not return to this restaurant. Sad we spent $160 and got a babysitter for this.
Absolutely terrible... We were sat in the bar area and when we asked/requested to be resat in the dining room we were told No. Not I'm sorry this is all we have, or were busy... Just No.
The bar/grill waiteress seemed more interested in her phone than doing her job, she had 3 tables and ignored all of them. She had no knowledge of the menu or how anything was prepared and had the bed side manner of a DMV clerk. Apps were watery and luke warm. Salads were nothing to write home about, the Brussels sprouts app was poorly prepared, boiled only and drowned in some watery sweet syrup... blah. Dinner was ok, I had the carbonera pasta but had to request the parm cheese that is supposed to be a part of the meal.
Plates were rarely cleared except when it was obvious that there was no more room for what was being served. Fresh silver was not brought for dinner, and when I asked for new silverware the waiteress paused, looked at me funny, and brought 4 new rolled up napkins with everything in it as if she was resetting the table... So now everyone has 2 napkins, etc.
This place charges on avg $20-$25 per plate... Yet no thought it care is taken to create a dining experience that warrants that price.
So I wonder, is this place closing? Cause this is exactly what happened at Echo when they went down the tubes.
Frankly I don't care, as I'll never set foot in this location again... And will think twice before going to the Sewickley location too.
Very very disappointed
The server was not much of a server. Nice young man but lacks in many ways. If the place was busy on this Friday night I could understand somewhat but the place was not busy at all. He did not talk about anything on the menu. Nothing about soup, salad what you get with each entrée. Took way to long to get the first rounds of drinks and so on. The food was slow to get to us. When it did we all got cold mashed potatoes and green beans that were basically raw. The filets were very good. I got my second Tito's and water and am not sure what I got. Whatever I got was nasty. I politely spoke to the server in private about what I got. He took care of it. He said he would tell the bartender about the problem. I suggested he tell the manager. My daughter also got Tito's and her second one also was not Tito's. If the bartender is trying to pass off rotgut for high end booze they have a problem. There was no one at the bar so there should have been no problem with he was too busy to make the correct drink. I would think the manager should have paid us a visit. The bill was 300+ The server got a 20% + tip. We probably won't be back and neither will our 4 guests. Any one that asks us about Andora Cranberry will also get the truth from all of us. Very disappointed
An evening out to celebrate my sons 17th birthday - wanted to try something new. Food was great, service was even better. Ryan and the others were prompt and polite, ensuring we had everything we needed for an enjoyable evening out. Definitely worth the visit - will absolutely go back!
We went for my birthday dinner, and the food was yummy as usual. Even better though was our server. He was one of the most pleasant and kindest servers I have ever had. He made our experience even better and I would love to request him each time I come to Andora if only I could remember his name!
Anyway, I had the chicken and my friend had a pasta with banana peppers and sausage I believe. We split an appetizer and both had salads. I ordered sangria and a malbec. Their red sangria is quite good! We sat outside and it was lovely out and quiet. I look forward to returning!
My husband and I were both disappointed in our soups -- mine the bisque, his the cream of broccoli. They were both the consistency of water and very little flavor -- I'd go back because the entrees were good.... But as an opener and fir the money... Skip the soup!!!
From the moment we walked in, the staff was so friendly and accommodating. We were able to dine on the patio which was delightful. Only thing to make it slightly better would have been a ceiling fan, but it was so nice on the patio, we stayed long after dinner was finished and no one minded. Dinner was delicious. I highly recommend the beet salad.
Have been to the Andora in Sewickley and Cranberry now and highly recommend both for any occasion.
Made reservations through Open table without trouble. Service was very slow. Server wasn't very efficient. She didn't communicate clearly, and it was difficult to understand her, at times. Food was good. We've never had problem with the food at this restaurant. This was the first time we had difficulty with the service.
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