Monday 12:00–10:00 pm
Tuesday 12:00–10:00 pm
Wednesday 12:00–10:00 pm
Thursday 12:00–10:00 pm
Friday 12:00–10:00 pm
Saturday 12:00–10:00 pm
Sunday 12:30–10:00 pm
- Families and Children Welcome
- Gluten Free Available
About Cafe Andaluz Glasgow | West End
Cafe Andaluz's Cresswell Lane branch is based in Glasgow's trendy west end. Set out in a slightly more open plan fashion than its city centre counterpart, the original Cafe Andaluz looks like the interior of a stylish, white-washed hacienda. Stained glass lamps, carved wooden furniture and alcoves filled with beautiful colour throughout.
Wonderful restaurant, great food , fantastic food lovely decor and ambience, authentic tapas bar , however one criticism , soft drinks were 3.50 this is far too expensive .I was annoyed but would recommend this restaurant and return .
Love the food here. I always find the staff helpful and friendly.
Brilliant food. Great decor. House wine was brilliant
Perfect sevice and food！ People are very kind，and I think I will recommend it to my friends！
Been a few times and will continue to do so. Food and service always been spot on. Thank you for a lovely evening
Excellent waitering staff, attentive but not hovering. Delicious meal
The staff were all friendly and helpful. The manager welcomed us personally and was delightful. The wine waiter was knowledgeable about the wines and the food (tapas) was delicious. I would not hesitate in going back.
Always good food and atmosphere
As always it was a pleasure to come here for lunch. The food is top notch and the service outstanding. The female waitress who served us was efficient and friendly and Michel was very nice and spent time chatting after our lunch about our son and his daughter. 10/10 again Thank you
Excellent food and great service. Lovely atmosphere.
Lovely evening. Room a bit cold. Staff helpful.
Excellent service by Gavin and team, great environment, great food. Made my sons birthday feel special, many thanks.
My partner and I ordered 6 plates of food for our lunch. 2 of them were tepid on arrival (Gambas a la Plancha and the Chorizo y Butifarra Negra) served on cold plates. The Albondigas were a heavy and stodgy offering. The remaining dishes were fine (Pinchitos Morunos, Chorizo al Vino and Patatas Gratinadas) with no complaints. This was not our first visit to Café Andaluz, but was certainly the most disappointing by far. Hopefully this was just one bad lunchtime.
We enjoyed an excellent meal at a very reasonable cost - we are long-standing 'customers' but this visit made us feel that we should come back again soon. Thank you.
My partner and I shared a number of small plates not all of which hit the mark I am afraid. The pastas bravas, butifarra negra, pollo rebozado and the vieiras serrano all got pass marks. However, the croquetas and salmon chorizo were badly lacking seasoning and the albondigas, always a favourite of ours for tapas, were compressed frozen and bland, which not even a reasonable sauce could save. However the wine was good as were the churros, fresh, crispy and light. Overall we like the restaurant, the staff were good but the food just wasn't consistent enough for us to rush back.
Service very slow then rushed at the end to get the table back
Great, fast and friendly service
Delicious food excellent service will be back.
Family had a great meal
Don't let the little entrance and staircase put you off going into Café Andaluz. It is a wonderful restaurant with an authentic feel. The tapas dishes are extremely tasty, we had 8 dishes between 2 and that was plenty. If you want a desert I would suggest 6 between 2. The jug of sangria was also lovely but they do have proper Spanish beer on tap as well. Well worth a visit.
Lovely place and service excellent!
We visited Cafe Andaluz to celebrate a friend's birthday and we had a fantastic night we couldn't fault it. The food was amazing and service was fab.
Everything highly satisfactory as usual.