Unlike having bicycles, apartments, and guard dogs, having many small plates can be just as effective as one big one. Savor shareable Spanish flavors with today's Groupon to Andalus. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get $60 worth of fine Spanish cuisine.
- For $55, you get $120 worth of fine Spanish cuisine for a party of four or more people.
Andalus' chefs populate small plates and large pans packed with classic Spanish flavors from an artful, bilingual menu, earning recognition from the Miami New Times as the Best Spanish Restaurant in 2011. The tapas-sized red piquillo peppers overflow with mixed seafood in a white cream sauce ($11) to warm up mouths chilled after a cold plate of thinly sliced cod carpaccio ($15) garnished with grated tomatoes and olive oil. The cuttlefish-and-prawns black rice ($16) simmers refreshing seafood with olive oil and squid ink collected from terrified cephalopod audiences at screenings of It Came From Above. Parsley, garlic, and wine coat the hake filet ($23) with a piquant green sauce, complemented by white asparagus, clams, and shrimp. Chefs stuff the cordon-bleu chicken ($17) with serrano ham, swiss cheese, and pictures of B.B. King. Separate courses with refreshing hot or chilled soups ($6–$8) and go home with a lingering sweet kiss from a slice of almond marcipan cake ($6) or scoop of nutmeg-almond ice cream ($6).
Vested servers stroll from table to table refilling beverages and doting over guests lounging at polished wooden tables or along plush white banquettes. Bright lights illuminate a wall of liquor and wine bottles behind the bar, and an exposed kitchen treats diners to rich aromas and tasty zoning permits of meals under construction.
35 NE 40th St.
Miami, Florida 33137Get Directions