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Andy's Mediterranean Grille
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Ranked #1,219 of 1,969 Restaurants in Cincinnati
Price range: $0 - $31
Cuisines: Mediterranean
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Dining options: Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Transit: Metro Bus Stop numbers 69,16,4,11, and 1 up the street
Description: Small corner store quickly grew as Andy, with brother Majed, infused the establishment with authentic family recipes developed and lovingly served for generations. Andy transformed the once modest neighborhood deli into a fun and funky restaurant offering unique Mediterranean dishes with his own personal touch. Best of all, Andy's tasty creations are handmade from only the freshest ingredients. Today, the Hajjars are proud to serve the most authentic and traditional Middle Eastern cuisine available in the Tri-State. Receive a warm welcome from Andy himself as soon as you enter the cozy restaurant to begin your meal. Complete your dining experience with dessert and Lebanese coffee or enjoy on final Middle Eastern tradition in the form of a relaxing smoking pipe. Enjoy the finest Middle Eastern cooking from our family to yours! Award winning Restaurant: Best Entree, best of Cincinnati, best belly dance, silver spoon award 2010, best greek
Indianapolis, Indiana
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Reviewed August 8, 2010

The appetizer was fair, The fellafal worst ever had. Steak had more gristle and fat than meat.Drove from Indy for the bellydancer,(told stereo wasn't working and she was busy having dinner) Guess the never heard of a boom box! Paid $50 for a total Bad meal and when I complained the owner (Andy) followed my wife and I outside yelling that It was his best strip. Some fine example for a supposed American Businessman!!!

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Reviewed July 2, 2010

Arrived at the restaurant and sat at the bar. I was given the coke I ordered and that was it. I had to ask for a menu. After waiting about 10 minutes for someone to take my order I ended up throwing 2 dollars on the bar for the coke I didn't drink and walked out the door.

The staff was too busy BS with each other. They couldn't bother getting up from the table they were sitting at to take care of the only customer at the bar. 2 people were sitting outside eating, and they had dirty dishes sitting on their table. That should have been a sign. What a huge disappointment. And the prices were absurd. $22.00 for a dinner. Are you kidding me?

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BWesley
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“Dinner menu absurdly overpriced”
Reviewed May 4, 2009

Andy's does a fine job with a very basic Med-Middle Eastern menu, and its grilled meat entrees are superb. For an area of the world in which salads are a strong suit, however, those here are a bit underwhelming and overpriced.

In two visits, the service has been a bit absent-minded. The decor is charming, but oddly enough it somewhat resembles a ski lodge. Given that the service and decor are unexceptional, the dinner-time menu is outlandishly overpriced, e.g., something like $18 for a chicken-kabob or shishtakwook dinner. I have eaten very similar meals of equal or better quality at very similar restaurants for $11 or $12.

The lunch menu is a better deal.

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“Love the local flair of...”
Reviewed October 26, 2008

Love the local flair of Andy's. Perfect for lunch. Great hummus.

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“Mediterranean-style cuisine in a funky little restaurant in Walnut Hills. Belly dancing on weekends. Plenty of choice...”
Reviewed August 2, 2008

Mediterranean-style cuisine in a funky little restaurant in Walnut Hills. Belly dancing on weekends. Plenty of choice for vegetarians, and their homemade hummus and falafel is well worth trying. Good lunch menu includes the option of a 3-course meal for $10. Dinner entrees run $15-30. Nice year-round patio has overhead heaters in winter so smokers can enjoy the restaurant's hookahs. Full bar.

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