Wonderful location. Food is fresh and the fish dishes delicious. I come here at least once a month. Crowded on weekends.
VERY Casual - Great seafood - love the Calamari and you can substitute salad instead of fries. Busy but worth the wait. My family has been coming there for years - favorite place to eat for out of town guests!
Coming from Scotland, I grew up on fish & chips. It's difficult to find any on our travels, but when we visit Ventura (frequently), Andria's is always on the list of places to stop. Located in the beautiful Ventura Harbor, you can spend a day there -- boat outings, shops, and more restaurants. Andria's sells fresh fish too and it... More
I have been going to Andria's since childhood, and by far, this little establishment knows how to do seafood. With fresh seafood used in every dish, this is definitely a place to stop by when in the Ventura area! Get their classic fish & chips as well as the clam chowder. They given generous portions for the price. Once you're... More
Andrias is a small quaint seafood place in Ventura Harbor. A local haunt for Venura residents. Its simple, small town ambiance with large tables inside and an outside porch (w/heaters at night) its totally worth a visit with family and friends. Its not a black tie event (wear your jeans and tee shirts) but a great place to see the... More
Great casual restaurant with fresh made to order seafood right from the water into their back door! Sometimes long lines, but worth the wait.
We used to like to eat at Andria's when my wife lived in Ventura. The harbor still provides a nice atmosphere, but the food has gone downhill over the last twenty years. All of our dishes seemed bland.
Andria's is situated in a great spot in Ventura Harbor. It is located right on the water but takes no advantage of its location. I have eaten at Andria's many times over the last few years and what amazes me is the number of people who flock to this restaurant for food that is just OK at best and mediocre... More
We read the reviews and were looking forward to good seafood. We both tried the clam chowder (I ate a spoonful from my husband's) and it was not very good. My husband had the fish and fries. The fish was not very tasty and the large portions were quite greasy. The fries were limp with oil. I had a white... More
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