Andanada, the first Spanish restaurant to earn a Michelin star outside of the country, is tucked away underground, in a quiet street on the Upper West Side. 

Named for the highest seating area in a bullfighting arena, we opted for the grand selection tapas at Andanada. The selection of tapas ranged from vegetarian to meat-heavy dishes, that took over three hours to complete. 

A non-nonsense exterior opens to a beautiful space half-way underground, featuring a rather magnificent mural depicting a bullfight in action.