I have a serious crush on their Special Pizza (qepapa meatballs, onions, and feta cheese) and I don't care who knows it. My advice: Stick to their pizzas and Albanian specialties. The apps can be pretty hit or miss (pass on the mac n' cheese), and the service can be glacially slow if there's a full bar. But the prices are right and the portions are good. Plus, these guys are always so awesome to let our neighborhood association have their twice annual parties here. And any restaurant that keeps the pizza, salads, pasta, and drinks coming while hordes of kiddos run amok and cover tables with construction paper is a-ok with me.
3661 N Elston AveChicago, IL 60618
From Business: With a history spanning over three decades, Little Bucharest Bistro has a new face in Chicago's Old Irving Park area. Originally opened in 1970 and closed in 2004, …
I love this restaurant. The 8 course prix fixe is a phenomenal deal and super delicious. each dish was like a dining crescendo. it just kept getting better. amazing scallops, calamari, spinach cigars and of course the best bread pudding ever. pretty space along with kind and prompt service.
I recommend Andalous to everyone it has the highest quality and standards and some good prices. They are one of my fav chicago stops