MY STEPDAD WAS THE OWNER OF THIS RESTAURANT HE RECENTLY PASSED AWAY DECEMBER 17TH 2009. hE ALWAYS TRIED TO KEEP HIS CUSTOMERS HAPPY AND TRIED TO FIND OUT WHAT WAS THE FAVORITE FOODS FOR A PLACE.....HE WAS ALWAYS THERE TO GREET YOU AND WAS VERY OUTGOING AND FUN......NOW IT'S NOT THE SAME.....WALKING INTO THAT PLACE FOR ME FEELS EMPTY NOW THAT HE IS GONE......NO ONE CAN RUN THAT BUSINESS LIKE HE DID. THE BARTENDER IS NICE AS WELL.....FOR THE PERSON THAT CANT WRITE, IT IS A SPAIN BASED RESTAURANT HAVE YOU TRIED THE PAELLA FROM THERE....IT'S GREAT......IT HIS OTHER ITEMS THAT MAY NOT BE SPANISH BUT THAT'S CAUSE HE PUT ON THE MENU WHAT PEOPLE WANTED.....EL VALENCIANO WAS A GREAT RESTAURANT ALL THANKS TO MY DAD. REST IN PEACE MISS YOU!
We were here last week for a celebration with a big group of friends and were seated in the back. I think we actually ended up ordering everything on the menu and it was simply delicious! The service was great and the food was amazing. the Sangria, which I think we ordered at least 10 pitchers! were simply the Best I have ever had! I would say a lovely place with lovely food and reminds you straight of SPAIN!
I had heard many good things from friend about Andalu so I finally decided to give it a try. We had several of the tapas plates and they were all pretty strong, the fried macaroni and cheese tapas were a standout. The mojito I had wasn't mashed enough so their was to many be leaves of mint in there but otherwise it was really enjoyable. The waiter was very friendly and helpful in choosing tapas plates.