Andiamo's outstanding feature is the fish bar, so this is what we tried. We liked the opportunity to try different fish at once, something that you will unlikely do at home. The list of fish and seafood varies as per market availability, but they do have classics (salmon, red snapper) and mediterranean fish whenever possible (mackerel, sardine, dorade). At the first pass we had a piece from eight different fish, plus shrimp and calamari, all cooked the same way, grilled on oil. Side dishes of Ratatouille and risotto, plus some sauces to make your own seasoning. This is an interesting experience because you can compare and enjoy the different textures and tastes. I will be more daring at my next visits to the fish market.
This is a european-style place. Do not expect a Michelin-star experience, because this is not what they claim or try to be. The atmosphere is nice, bistro-like, not too noisy. You can talk at moderate levels and be heard. The service is good enough, not invasive. We did not feel pressed to finish our meal.
We gave it a try because of a Tuango deal, which made the bill quite acceptable. I'll surely return with my wife. I'd recommend it to anyone who likes fish but is shy to try something different.
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