There are a couple tricks to enjoying Andy's that must be mentioned... the first being ignore the buffet table and dollar menu. If you don't walk in speaking Mandarin, the friendly people here will probably direct your attention to it, but look away. It's all crap. The second thing is to make sure to get the second menu, the one without all the standard westernized Chinese staples. Don't come here for General Tso's chicken!
Ok, now we are ready to eat Taiwanese food. You've been wanting to try "stinky tofu" so now is the time as it's actually quite tame here. It is called crispy smelt bean curd ($4.95, below) and is not too pungent. The crispy texture is just right and the spicy sauce it comes with hides any undesirable after tastes.
Our group of three ordered many appetizer-like items to share, and these six things came to $30 and was plenty of food. The table favorite was probably the pork roll, while the oyster pancake was probably the most unique and a must try. Here was everything:
Oyster thin noodle soup, $3.25
Fried baby oyster, $5.95
Pork roll, $5.95