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Andy's Taverna is the perfect place to enjoy a selection of authentic Greek dishes as well as vegetarian options.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

12:00 - 23:30


12:00 - 23:30


12:00 - 23:30


12:00 - 23:30


12:00 - 23:30


12:00 - 23:30


12:00 - 23:00

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Andy's Taverna reviews

By G.

Andy’s is a lovely Greek restaurant near Camden Town tube, they serve lots of yummy dishes and dips and have a courtyard to sit in when the weather’s nice. Andy’s Taverna does kebabs the way they should be done – you’ll never suffer those post-pub atrocities ever again!

By Jason P.

I have been many times on that restaurant. It's an amazing place great food and atmosphere . the quantities are enormous and you are not gonna leave from there felling hungry but no chance. The service it's quite good and the staff are very polite..!! In an another popular review website the restaurant it's very popular. It was a surprise for me that there are not many reviews on view London which I like a lot. I can't recommend enought the restaurant..!!!

By Kelly R.

We had a lovely dinner at Andys Taverna. The staff are delightful and very helpful and the food is great. I would highly recommend the Afelia! Looking forward to spending some time in their garden too when the weather gets better! Definitely going back again....

By Jane D.

We had a lovely evening here. Having lived in Greece for years, I am a good judge of authentic Greek food and Andy's didn't disappoint. The starters were delicious - we had tzatziki,spanakopita, houmous, feta, taramasalata with lots of bread. We then had kleftiko, which was excellent. The vegetarian choices were many and my daughter loved her saganaki! Petros was so welcoming - nothing was too much trouble for him and he gave us lots of little extra things to try. He even opened up the lovely outdoor garden for us - I can imagine on a warm evening this area would be perfect to sit in and enjoy a meal. The restaurant is unpretentious and I did feel we had found a little piece of Greece in Camden! We ate very well and had very good value for money - the total bill for 3 people was £61 (including wine and coffee) I shall recommend Andy's to anyone who loves eating Greek food and wants a memorable evening

By Julie M.

My husband and I have been going to Andy's for a good ten to fifteen years (him fifteen, me ten). It's where we go when we have something to celebrate - our engagement, graduations, birthdays and even a hen party. The food is always excellent and well priced (the menu has gone up twice in ten years). If you order any of the special platters you'll get about 3-4 courses for £15 per head. The kleftiko is to die for and perfectly described in an earlier review, it really does melt in the mouth. The dips are homemade and served with piping hot Greek bread (the taramasalata is particularly creamy).The dessert platter served with fresh fruit and a selection of home made baklava never lets you down and is the perfect finish to what is always a delicious meal. However, the best thing about Andy's is it's atmosphere - it is unpretentious, friendly and relaxed. It's owner will go out of his way to accommodate you and to make you feel welcome; go there more than twice and you will be treated like a long lost friend. I really cannot recommend this restaurant enough!

By B.

Andy's Taverna is an excellent Greek restaurant. The owner is a very pleasant and welcoming person. The portions, both starters and main courses, were big and definitely not overpriced.

Now the food: wide beans and artichokes with a splash of olive oil and chopped onion was simple and delicious. Stuffed vine leaves had an interesting sauce. The lamb kleftiko at Andy's Taverna was one of the best I had in my life. Huge portion, the meat was melting, perfect seasoning with spices and sauce incredients perfectly blending.

Definitely going back and telling all my friends about it.

By E.

Andy's Taverna used to be an excellent restaurant when run by the previous owner. Since the new owner took over approx 18 months ago, 4 valued members of staff (including the two chefs) have now gone. To say that the food has gone downhill since is an understatement. I had been visiting Andy's Taverna for about 15 years and it's sad to such a decline.

Sloppy houmous and tara, and the main dishes fare just as poorly. Second rate food. Such a shame.

By Antonella C.

This small-scale, intimate restaurant in Camden has been in business for ages, and it's no wonder – there is something truly special about this charming dining spot that features some of the best Greek cuisine in town.

The Venue
Andy’s Taverna is easy to spot as it’s the only white-fronted building with a blue awning in the street. Indoors the decor is a bit understated (not the right restaurant to impress a date!), with very simple tables and chairs and plain white tablecloths. Somehow it feels homey though, and the white-walled courtyard is lovely in sunny weather.

The Atmosphere
Although service seems consistently slow and confused throughout the meal, don't let it spoil your dinner. Focus instead on the decor of the room, the walls painted in traditional white and marine blue and covered in family pictures and other memorabilia. Most of the customers are Greeks that regularly visit the venue and add to the buzz of the place. Soon enough, you’ll be completely absorbed in this Mediterranean atmosphere and it won’t bother you if the main courses take a bit longer than they should to arrive.

The Food
Andy’s Taverna offers a two course set menu for £6.95 weekdays at lunchtime. The same menu is available for dinner, but price goes up to £11, and there are also a la carte and party menus. From the a la carte menu, the endless list of starters will leave you spoilt for choice. Grilled Greek sausages, halloumi, vegetable and seafood dishes are all priced between £2.95 and £6.95 and come with bread. The vegetarian platter (£9.50) is also a perfect sharer for two and is an outstanding mix of vegetarian moussaka, grilled halloumi cheese, spanakopita, cheese-filled grilled vegetables, dolmades and Greek salad.

Fish dishes are a highlight on the menu and include sea bream and sea bass (£12.95). The grilled swordfish (£8.95) is perfectly cooked and delicious. Meat dishes include traditional moussaka (£8.95) and chicken, pork and lamb kebabs (£8.95) and the very popular baked lamb kleftiko dish (£9.95), the restaurant’s speciality. Main courses come with a refreshing Greek salad. Desserts, like baklava, havla and ice cream aren’t necessarily worth saving room for but are fine if you’re craving something sweet after your meal.

The Drink
The wine list offers a choice of Greek and Cypriot bottles starting at £12.95, including Retsina at £13.95. Continental wines are slightly more expensive but still priced well below £20. There is also the Cypriot beer Keo on the menu as well as a classic selection of liqueurs.

The Last Word
The service may be hit and miss but the authentic, laid back atmosphere and good value menu makes up for it.

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