562 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9410237.789182 -122.409802
Mon-Sat 7am-1:30pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
Sun 7:30am-1:30pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
Neighborhoods: Northeast, Downtown
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Simple but fancy – Being inside cafe andree is like being in the center of french cuisine. Foods are very nice and I like when they serve it on time and hot. Price is kinda unfriendly though.
size doesnt always matter – given that the dinning room is the size a average living room, dont let it fool you.
the sevice is good, never crowded that table, they leave you alone yet give the attention nessisary.
menu is limmited but appropriate for the volume.
food was good, a bit salty (I had the scallops), salad was tasty, dressing was really good.
portion on the scallops was small.
Water glasses were always full and table cleared timley.
over all I would go back.
Best kept secret! – Cafe Andree is one of my favorite restaurants in the city.
Man Ray prints on the tables, bookcases and mirrors, comfortable seating, (never a wait) and friendly service: Kind of like eating in a rich friend's library, without the pretension. Very studiously, I have attended to the menu. It's Tapas-style (I LOVE small things served beautifully). I also love that romantic dining.
I won't complain to you about the Squash Blossom fritters: really unique, crunchy, and delicious. Or, the duck confit salad, or ahi tuna tartare with mango and and avocado: so fresh! The pumpkin, mushroom, marscapone ravioli is unbearably delicious -- large ravioli tucked in creamy sauce. And, I'm hesitant to admit this, should this favored restaurant get busier, but the chocolate cake is to die for! And it's quiet, unassuming, delightful dining.
Cafe Andree is located in the Hotel Rex, a small quaint hotel owned by Joie de Vivre Hospitality -- the name says it all... A joy to live, a joy to eat and drink!
Speaking of which, if you've got time before dinner, go lounge in the bar area (near the hotel check-in).I used to do this all the time when I first moved to the city; one of the best ways to know a city is to visit its hotels. That said, the lounge area has plump sofas and chairs, big tables 1920's style, kind service, and good drinks: perfect for after work drinks, dates, or moments post-shopping on Powell. Sometimes, they have performances in the room to the right, which is perfect if you want some time to lounge. Ahh, the joys of the city!
Intimate tapas-style restaurant serves up a rotating array of global, seasonal selections in the Hotel Rex. – In Short
Tucked into an annex off the lobby, this tiny space feels more like a library than a dining room. A large, chocolate-colored bookshelf, crammed with colorful hardcovers and antique globes, runs the full length of the back wall. The wine list, scrawled in crimson lipstick on a mirrored wall, is posted for hushed couples sitting along an extended red banquette. Vintage black-and-white prints of Hollywood stars are haphazardly collaged under the glass of candlelit tables. Menu-wise, the ever-changing roster focuses on global, seasonal cuisine, with typical offerings ranging from Asian seafood to handmade Italian pastas.
Have had a better breakfast at McDonalds – Quite ordinary to say the least. Maybe dinner is better than breakfast, but the waiter seemed as though he had been up all night. The toast was cold. The jam was Smuckers in a little plastic container that we had to ask for twice (and still didn't come). Ordered coffee that didn't come. Water arrived when we were preparing to leave.
Cute spot, great food – I've been trying to give up red meat I think the steak here was good enough to be my last. Fabulous. And the preparation was equal to the steak itself. I went with colleagues and they all praised the tapas. This is a really nice little room, and service was extremely attentive yet unobtrusive. Wine list was okay, but the qulity of the food was exceptional, especially relative to price.
Cozy, Quaint Space – I was recently traveling to SF for business and ventured out for a quiet dinner by myself at Cafe Andree (based on the good reviews I read). I was pleasantly surprised by the quaint little restaurant located in Hotel Rex and the attentive, but unimposing service. I had a wonderful churrasco steak (tender slices of beef atop trumpet mushrooms and vegetable ragout - braised to perfection, wonderfully sweet and tender chunks of a variety of root vegetables, interspersed with fragrant mushrooms) accompanied by a glass of pinot noir. I would definitely return to this place in my future visits to the City. One interesting thing of note is that there were a lot of women dining alone in this place - I suppose I can see why - good food, quiet, peaceful atmosphere, but still worthy of notice.
Hidden Gem in Union Square – I was shopping in Union Square with my girlfriend when we stumbled on a hidden gem on Sutter Street! It was this quaint restaurant, called Cafe Andree. It's an intimate restaurant with awesome food. The staff were very friendly, too. It's great to have a restaurant that's so close to Union Square and yet away from the hustle and bustle of shoppers. The food is California cuisine and really gooooood and unique. The price is so reasonable, too! You really can't go wrong. Why go to Scala's where each menu item is overpriced?
Great place for dinner after a day of shopping – I looked up this place on citysearch for a birthday dinner and the restaurant lived up to its 9.8 rating in all respects! The setting was very quaint - library/study room-like - and the service was professional, courteous, and efficient. We shared many small plates and each dish was flavorful and distinct. All of the ingredients seemed fresh and of good quality and the variety of menu items was also a plus. Definitely worth a visit.
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