This busy, buzzy and bold venue has a space for everyone and every occasion and the diversity of diners reflects that. What you’ll eat here is Spanish-style food produced for British tastes, with a sizeable menu featuring tapas, sharing plates, paellas and a good value menu del dia. The food hints towards a shortcut kitchen, with some items giving the impression of being pre-prepared rather than freshly made, but it’s all hearty and pleasing and. It arrives at your table in the blink of an eye, service is warm and efficient, and prices are reasonable for city centre dining. Café Andaluz is on to a crowd-pleasing formula and while it has a slight theme-parky feel, the whole experience is fun, filling and reasonable value.
George IV Bridge
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