Cuisine & Style:
International - Neighborhood Restaurant
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More about St. Andrews
The rolling glens of Scotland come to Manhattan at St. Andrews restaurant. Dedicated to serving traditional Scottish recipes, the surroundings transport diners across the Atlantic, while the kilted barmen will gladly recommend one of the fine whiskies on offer.
The St. Andrews menu proudly serves a selection of Scottish delicacies, and is the only restaurant in Manhattan to offer homemade haggis. Scottish ingredients are used wherever possible, such as the premium seafood selection which includes horseradish-crusted Shetland Isle salmon, and the Brook trout stuffed with crab meat and Scottish oatcakes, served with a whisky sauce. There is also a hearty grill selection, and brunch menu served on Sundays.
St. Andrews New York City proudly serves an exhaustive list of fine whiskies from around Scotland, including single malts aged for 25 years. Private dining rooms are available for a variety of special occasions.
Bringing the Scottish spirit to NYC, St. Andrews restaurant is 3 minutes’ walk from 49 St Subway station.