Another reviewer said this was like dining in a medieval village in France. I've seriously got to wonder if he/she has ever been to France, let alone a medieval village there. Andre's is nothing like that.
We ate upstairs - street level. I'm not sure but there maybe a cellar room also. (and maybe that's where the medieval village is!) The staff is friendly (if a little saccharine). The ambiance is: tile floor, bead-board paneling, and polished granite. Lovely mix of music the night we were there - Flamenco and Tango.
The only alcohol served is local wine. Two vineyards represented; both reds and whites. We both drank the same wine, which was a Cabernet Sauvignon from Buckingham Vineyards. They waitress poured a nice glass but it was shallow and hot.
A $16 half antipasto plate was plentiful with olives, humus, fig jam, almonds, salami, pita - not exactly your typical antipasto plate, but tasty and a decent value. We shared this and then we both had "Naan pie" - basically a shortcut pizza using Naan as the base. Mine had chorizo, manchego, and fig jam. My partner's had salami, chèvre, and fig jam. Maybe it was just what we ordered, but you'll notice that every plate had fig jam! It's an interesting twist, but overdone. Sweet and savory can be a great combination, but only if well balanced. The Naan pies were too sweet. They both came with a side salad which was uninspired - just chopped greens with a sweet vinaigrette.
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