Though coveting thy neighbor's wife or underground sprinkler system is beyond the pale, longing for a mouthful of their cuisine is an understandable desire. Today's Groupon satisfies desires to eat from the table of our nation's neighbor: for $10, you get $20 worth of Mexican cuisine and drinks at Andales Tex-Mex Cantina, located in the KingsPointe Village Shopping Center.
Pass beneath Andales' neon palm-tree sign and enter into a festive, lively dining room where vibrant decorations and a spirited wait-staff foster a fiesta-like atmosphere. Following traditional recipes that were brought to the United States during the Mexican Revolutionary War, Andales serves a myriad of Tex-Mex classics, concocted with freshly ground spices, hand-cut meat, and crispy vegetables. Sip a specialty beverage such as the peach margarita ($3.99) as you decide on something solid, or take a nonchalant weave through the tables on the outdoor patio to quickly compare an assortment of windblown whiffs before picking out your own plate.
Topping the menu is spicy white queso dip ($2.49-$6.99) and the veggie quesadilla, packed with jack cheese, sautéed peppers, onions, tomatoes, grilled squash, and tender zucchini ($8.99). Health nuts can nosh on one of Andales' salads or wraps, such the skinny fajita-chicken wrap served in a low-cal-and-carb (but high self-esteem) tortilla ($7.99). Come suppertime, meat mavens can plow into the carnitas, packed with slow-cooked seared pork ($10.99), or exercise epicurean ambidexterity by double-fisting two chicken or steak tacos-al-carbon ($10.79). Show your appreciation for your dinner plate by adorning it with one of the eatery's homemade sauces, such as the spicy cilantro-infused verde sauce or the meaty chili con carne—both potent enough to jumpstart a lifeless 1987 Cadillac DeVille. If your tummy still yearns for more, finish the job with a sweet order of bunuelos, cinnamon-and-sugar-dusted tortillas topped with lithe whipped cream and a smattering of chocolate and caramel ($5.49).
Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item.
- The Puff Taco came as two fried corn tortillas filled with beef (or chicken) and topped with lettuce, tomato and cheese. These were very different but attractive to the eye and very good in taste. – Katharine Kelly, Urban Tulsa Weekly
- Stopped here on way through town. Burritos and Enchiladas were good. My son remarked that we have to come again. Service was also excellent. – Tad L., Yelp
5966 S Yale Ave.
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74135Get Directions