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Andaluca

Hotel Restaurants, Date Spot, $$

407 Olive Way

(206) 382-6999

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Tyler S.
Just had the smoked salmon eggs Benedict, had no clue it would be so good. One of the best breakfasts I've had in a while.read more
Wendy M.
Try the Un Paella, Crispy Duck Cake, Roasted Brussels Sprouts - Seattle Restaurant Week trio (via @Foodspotting)read more
Jennifer P.
Fantastic gluten free options, just ask your server for a copy of the seasonal gluten free menu.read more
Seattle Weekly
Dine around Seattle all month long. Get the Tomato Bread Soup, small plates of potato croquettes, scallops, and mushroom & goat cheese risotto, pear cranberry crisp, and a sangria.read more
Stacie S.
The sangria is delightful, complex and warming in winter, refreshing and cool during summer. The recipe is on the restaurant website, but you'd best be dedicated! Free valet parking as well!read more
Suresh
Breakfast: stuffed french toast, spinach frittata, ratatouille omelet, banana pancakes. Lunch: pumpkin risotto, Tuscan tomato bread soup, pear salad. Dinner: potato croquette, fettuccine sans seafood.read more
The Seattle Times
A palate-teasing assortment of small plates: dates stuffed with chorizo and goat cheese, paquettes filled with guava and mahon, or calamari three ways. Try the lamb burger at lunch or the fig tart.read more
Sarah D.
Best oatmeal ever - ask for a side of peanut butter to go with itread more
Gvn G.
Mussels are quite good. Quail was a bit on the salty side.read more
Geektastic W.
One word for breakfast: Bellini.read more
John V.
The granola is the best in town.read more
Suresh
Love this spot, everything is good.read more
James M.
Ask to sit in Gary's section, he's the best.read more
Adi
They have $30 bottles of wine for restaurant week !read more
Josue
Try the lamb...it was great. Tons of flavor.read more
Dave M.
Try the duck cake and sangriaread more

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