Andre's Hungarian Cafe * Manhattan * Upper East Side

Andre's Patisserie Hungarian Cafe was a lucky find. We had gotten ourselves up to the Met Museum at 4:30 thinking it would be open until 9pm, but instead closed at 5:30. It was raining - we went over to 2nd Ave and walked up towards 85th Street and found a little Hungarian bakery restaurant. From the front it looked like only a bakery, but they have a tight little cozy restaurant in the back.  The waitress was very nice and gave the impression she really cared what we thought about the food. A Good Frugal Eats Manhattan winner. 

Andres Patisserie Hungarian Cafe  @GoodFoodManhattan
The Food: Hungarian Bistro/Bakery Menu
Good to Gets: They have this terrific dinner special of a bowl of soup, salad, entree of your choice and a dessert for $16.95. We were a little wet, but a terrific bowl of their slightly spicy cauliflower soup warmed us right up. There was a nice french bread and a tangy cucumber salad that followed. I chose the Wienerschnitzel served with potatoes while Roxy had the Chicken Paprikash with nokedli. Both were delicious and huge. We then had an excellent Napoleon and apricot palacsinta.

Good To Knows: Credit Cards. Prixe-Fixe Menu Available. Takeout.

When To Go: Breakfast Lunch Dinner Late Night Daily 9am-11pm

Where To Go: Upper East Side
Getting There: Map Directions

Andre's Patisserie Hungarian Cafe
1631 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10028-4464

(212) 327-1105

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