My best friend came into town for his birthday and decided a group of us would treat him to dinner at the very tasty but not-so-cheap Andalu. Naturally, I had a mini heart attack and considered severing all ties just so I wouldn’t risk facing the embarrassment of getting my card regretted when it came time to pay the bill.
God bless San Francisco restaurants for catering to my broke ass’s bourgeois needs. Our waitress filled us in on Andalu’s prix fixe menu for parties of 6 or more: for $20 a person, they bring you plate after plate after plate of absolutely amazing food. They brought out two huge servings of everything (save the fondue) and we all had to be rolled out of the restaurant by the end of the night.
For an additional $15, they supply you with all-you-can-drink beer and sangria. Trust me when I say that sangria is totally worth it. Make sure you have the foresight to throw down the extra cash; you may not think you’ll drink that much sangria, but you will.
3198 16th St at Guerrero
San Francisco, CA