Andre’s Italian Restaurant

Review by: Roadfood Team

Andre’s Italian Restaurant- hidden gem in Los Angeles

Usually when Angelenos are in the vicinity of 3rd and Fairfax, the obvious stop is the Farmers Market. However, there is a hidden gem just across the street. Tucked in a little patio between buildings at the shopping center on 3rd, Andre’s Italian Restaurant has been pleasing customers since 1963.

What should I eat at Andre’s Italian Restaurant?

Served cafeteria-style, the specials of the day rotate. The secret find at Andre’s is their handmade ravioli and tortellini. The pasta is delicate, wrapped around delicious fillings. And they are a bargain to boot. A half-order of cheese ravioli is a steal at $5 and the meat tortellini is a bargain at $6.75 with enough to take home.

Andre’s Italian Restaurant has recently started serving gelato, and the banana in particular is worth a little extra change. The restaurant may be a challenge to find in the little courtyard, but Andre’s is definitely worth it.

*Original Post by EliseT*

What To Eat

Ravioli

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Tortellini

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Spaghetti with sauce

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Lamb Shanks

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Roassted Chicken

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Salad

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Spaghetti

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