Cafe Andaluz

12-15 St Vincent Place, Glasgow, G1 2DW Directions

   Now closed Open today 12:00 - 23:00

Business overview

Lunch Offer from £10.95!

Café Andaluz is an authentic Spanish Tapas restaurant in Glasgow serving tapas, paellas and a huge range of Spanish wines and cocktails in a relaxed and bustling atmosphere.

Perfect to share for couples, families and large parties alike, tapas are more than just appetisers. When savoured at lunch or dinner, with a glass of sherry or red wine, a full array of these tasty morsels can be a meal in themselves. The ingredients that go into the making of Spanish Tapas are limitless and the combinations can stretch as far as the imagination.


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Jumbo king prawns with chilli, ginger & sweet soy.
Freshly made paella with saffron, mixed fresh fish and shellfish.
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Seared king scallops with basil creamed leeks and crisp Serrano ham.
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Grilled goats cheese with Seville orange and chilli marmalade.

Products & Services

child friendly

credit cards accepted

fish & seafood restaurants

mediterranean restaurants

tapas restaurants

Large Group Set Menus

High chairs available

Gluten Free Options


Slow service but food was good

The quality and taste of the food didn’t disappoint. The prices were also reasonable but the service was a bit slow.
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Pretty good place to eat and drink . we took our 2 and 6 year old there and was really happy with the service we got for the kids.
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love this place.

love this place, if you like tapas ten give this place a try..
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great time!

Visited on new years eve great atmosphere. food was lovely few different dishes from most spanish restaraunts. Lovely staff nice location to short walk to byres road for drinks.
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Saucy Spanish

Great tapas bar (s). I agree with the previous reviewers that the one in the West End is the superior, not that there's anything particularly wrong with the City Centre branch, but the one just tucked below and behind Byres Road has a particularly nice atmosphere. As with all tapas restaurants, the thing to do is split a variety of dishes between you all and the waiters seem helpful enough assisting your choices. The tables are a little small, but I can't fault the decor which is carved wood and decorated brocade. Don't forget the patatas bravas!
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