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Andina Shoreditch

Restaurants, Peruvian Shoreditch
4 out of 5 stars
(53user reviews)
Andina (© Paul Winch-Furness)
© Paul Winch-Furness

Time Out says

Bored with burgers? Tired of tapas? Then let Andina shimmy up your tastebuds with its Peruvian-inspired ceviches, street food, cocktails, and colourful smoothies. Peruvian food only started to make waves in London in 2012, when a couple of smart, aspirational restaurants – Lima and Ceviche – opened within months of each other in the West End. Ceviche is the more affordable of these two, a Soho bar and diner with a menu of dishes seldom seen on our shores. Andina is Ceviche’s second branch, but rather than imitating its older Soho sibling, it has new tricks, some of them inspired by the food of the Andes.

Peruvian food is regionally diverse, but ceviches are enjoyed everywhere. Raw fish is marinated in citrus juice which can then be spiced with chilli or have other dressings or garnishes added. Andina’s ‘Cheeky’ ceviche, one of six on the menu, comprises thin slices of hake and cod cheeks marinated in citrus juice with spring onion, and it’s a proper palate‑cleanser. New World staples are well-represented: the giant Peruvian popcorn snack called cancha is a must-try; and potatoes appear in many forms. A main course of three potato cakes was beautifully decorated – the spicy seafood toppings did a decent job of livening up what would otherwise be dollops of cold potato mash. Unfamiliar names and unusual combinations litter the menu, such as the chupe (seafood chowder) of black quinoa, king prawns, broad beans and giant corn – never a dull mouthful.

Andina is as much a bar as a restaurant, attracting a lively mix of well-dressed Peruvians on both the smaller ground floor and in the bar of the much larger basement dining room. The pisco sour (Peru’s national cocktail of pisco spirit with lime juice and frothed egg white) is peerless. The upbeat music is well-chosen; Andina’s owner is a former DJ and music biz honcho. On weekdays 8-11am (last orders 10.45) Peruvian-style breakfasts are served, while at weekends a brunch menu can be ordered from 10am to 4pm.

Andina Shoreditch says
Andina is where we celebrate the culture and cooking of the Peruvian Andes, bringing the diverse region to life through healthy but utterly delicious dishes, drinks and snacks that leverage the area’s unique produce.



Address: 1 Redchurch Street
E2 7DJ
Transport: Shoreditch High St Overground
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I found Andina decidedly average. Perhaps my expectations were set too high. Dishes were nicely presented, but flavour combinations were somewhat bland and lacked excitement. We shared 4 dishes for brunch, none of which were particularly memorable, and racked up a bill of £40 (with 2 coffees). It's worth mentioning that we were not full. The atmosphere is also lacking - we were sandwiched between other tables and didn't linger. 

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I visited Andina yesterday for dinner, I was really looking forward to it because I really liked the decor and I love Peruvian food. It was one of my worst experiences with a restaurant and believe I go out a lot... We arrived at 20.40 without a reservation and we were willing ofcourse to wait. The lady at the door told as that there is a 45' wait, which was fair enough! We asked if we could have a drink downstairs at the bar but we received a really adamant no with the excuse that the bar is not for waiting... Maybe for having drinks??? But we could live with that as well. We left our name and phone and went for a drink nearby. Since we didn't receive a phonecal at 21.30 we decided to go by the restaurant and check the waiting time. The same staff we had left our name and phone with told us that they didn't have our name... Then that they tried to call me several times... In the end they offered some space at the bar for us to eat even though they had free tables... The staff were obsiosly lying to us and they were really rude. We left and didn't a chance to try the food, but I can comment on the attitude which was the worse we have experienced in a london restaurant.

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Very POOR and Over priced! My wife had the Lomo (Ribeye steak with mint sauce, whats with the mint sauce) it did not taste like Peruvian Lomo (not made with mint (at £20 for a normal sized steak and a couple of chips) it was way over priced. I had Aji de Gallina (Chicken in a yellow peruvian chilli & peanut sauce) The sauce was actualy very spicy hot, Yellow Peruvian Chillis are Not hot, they are very mild and normally full of flavour, this was very Hot and minimal flavour. The Ceviche was not a Ceviche. A Ceviche is raw fish marinated in Lime/lemon juice for between 1-5hrs depending on the region of Peru, we got just Raw fish (not marinated) and a small bowl of Lime juice. The also added rock hard Advocado pieces (unedible). All that poor quality for £51 and no hint of Peruvian food. The waiter was not interest in our comments, even though my wife is Peruvian.

I took some friends to Andina, as I've been before and I like the food, plus it's my local. Sadly, two out of the many dishes we ordered did not arrive, so we politely mentioned this to the staff a couple of times. Finally the waitress brought over a server who swore she'd served them to us (she hadn't) and basically said we'd eaten them already.
When we pointed out again that we hadn't they said they would look at the CCTV cameras!
Later the manageress came and also stated that where they were concerned we had been served those missing dishes. The next door table started staring at us by then! Following a long conversation, finally the manageress agreed to bring us said dishes, but when the bill came it not only included the disputed starters, but also a service charge. We paid the full bill, but not the service charge (which was already included in the bill), but then the same waitress told us that we still owed money as we hadn't paid the service charge, which she said was obligatory. We pointed out this is against UK law, so we had to wait again for the manageress who then agreed with us and told us we could leave.
And leave we did, but not before pointing out to the manageress that her staff were poorly trained, we had been unfairly accused of lying 3 times and we were illegally told we were obliged to pay the service charge. I shall never go back there again. Awful end to what was a beautiful evening with friends.


Fantastic flavours but service really struggles here when it’s busy as we experienced a few Sundays ago for brunch. It took a server a while to come to our table and even then basic requests such as tap water kept having to get repeated. Anyway onto the food: I got the braised aubergine, quinoa tacu tacu patty and crumbled feta to start. Simply phenomenal textures and flavour combinations, with a mole-like sauce on the aubergine and the slight crunch of the patty blending well. The feta really was the icing on the cake. I also ordered the corn tamal, kale pesto and cancha corn but the waiter got the wrong order and brought me the pork tamale instead. Anyway this was soon rectified by another waitress (who couldn’t seem to distinguish between veg and vegan but no matter!) and my meal arrived readily. Again it was a phenomenal mix of flavours!

My companions got the black rice and mango salad and that earned my high praise. My husband got the avocado pancakes and I even raved about them: they were sweet and fluffy and tasted nothing like avo.

It’s not the cheapest brunch but not the most expensive. I would return here just know you’re not going to get the best service.

Bold flavours, colourful plates and lots of energy as soon as you step in- Andina is a lively, treat of a restaurant in Shoredtich. This trendy restaurant mixes Peruvian classics with modern favourites. If you happen to try Andina for brunch, you can of course have the traditional avocado on toast but if you’re feeling more adventurous I’d recommend going for the avocado pancakes with crispy pork belly and spicy Peruvian salt. A sweet and savoury delight for your tastebuds, this dish offers a main meal and dessert in one without compromising on the quality of either. And there’s of course a vegetarian twist on this dish for those who are not meat enthusiasts (pink peppercorn whipped cream, chancaca honey and strawberry preserve). Great for a brunch with friends or a dinner date, Andina is definitely worth a visit. 

This is admittedly a second hand review as I'm not a massive fan of Peruvian food but my partner absolutely loved it and thought it was authentic and excellent. Personally, I actually also enjoyed it, they did lovely Pisco sours, the ceviche was great and not as overpowering as I sometimes find it. 

This was my first time trying Peruvian food and I loved it! Being a vegetarian I felt there wouldn't be much choice for me on the menu, but I was pleasantly surprised and loved the range of dishes they had! I tried the puka picante and choclo burger with ocopa chips! All were delicious and loved the presentation. My friends who tried the tuna ceviche and pulp chancon (grilled octopus) also were left finger licking! The restaurant has a great lively atmosphere and is perfect for large groups for drinks or celebrations as the tapas dishes are ideal! But due to the restaurant being quite small I would definitely book in advance. 

I felt the the staff were very friendly but the only thing that let the night down was how slow the service was as there were only two waiters and the restaurant was packed, so they could definitely do with investing in a few more waiters. Other than that, the food here will certainly leave you wanting to come back for more!

Andina is a Peruvian tapas style restaurant in the middle of Shoreditch. The atmosphere and decor is joyful and delightful, very chaotic though, so not recommended for a date.

Despite the vibe the prices are quite high for the small plates they serve you. Me and my friend ordered a ceviche to share, a nibble (fried shrimps) and a main each, the octopus. Everything was quite good but each plate had quite a lot of onions. I had to drink a good cup of camomile before going to bed to digest it. We also shared a dessert.

We paid 35 pound per person and we were still hungry at the end. 

However what disappointed me the most was the service. Our waiter was quite pompous and shiftless. The only thing he wanted us to do was "leave". Despite asking him to serve us the food not all together, he served us the main 5 minutes after the rest. We arrived early for our booking so I don't understand the rush. Then I think he understood our feelings and he was less annoying.  

Incredible location. This restaurant chain exists all over London, but it was made for Shoreditch ;) This is probably my favourite restaurant in London. It's a shame it's so hard to book a table for dinner at a decent hour, and that the queues are so looong. But the great thing about this restaurant is the atmosphere, the presentation and taste of food, the decor - it's all amazing! The food is fresh, light and delicious. The portions are served tapa style - small amounts that you can share with friends. If you like a varied cuisine, try new tastes, and enjoy great food and drinks with friends than this is place is for you. P.s - Don't forget to order a pisco sour when you arrive!

One of my favourite places in London!!! Modern Peruvian food, with a  healthy and fresh vibe. Definitely go for classic ceviche and then try other variations. The brunch menu is also worth the try!  Always changing menu, friendly staff and delicious pisco sours, absolute east London must.

I had been to Andina a long time ago but I felt it was time to revisit it, this time for brunch as I had heard good things about the breakfast. I arrived without a reservation and was seated right away. I got a place at the bar, which was great because I had the opportunity to watch the cooks prepare the beautiful dishes that they are serving up here. First ordered a Peru Power, which is a shake consisting of coffee beans, cocoa powder, soy milk, banana, dried figs, and chia seeds. I expected it to pack a punch but unfortunately it was a little too bland for me. 

As a main I ordered a corn cake with avocado and a poached egg with salsa criolla, a spicy and creamy sauce you will want to lick off the plate. The combination of the corn, the avocado, the runny poached egg, and this salsa criolla was a total home run. My friend got a classic ceviche, which was also tasty and a good balance of flavours as well. For dessert I got a Peruvian mess, which was vanilla soft cream, seasonal berries, a gelé of "chicha morada" and merengue bits, also of chicha morada. These flavours are unusual and this is not your typical dessert but if you have an open palate this will be an exciting dish.  

They also have quinoa milk available here and I recommend trying it as well if you order a coffee. It's more tasty and sweeter than other dairy-replacements I have tried. Overall was very satisfied with the meal and the service and had a lovely experience eating here. Brunch/breakfast items are more affordable than lunch and dinner ones and the portions are larger, so if you want a taste of Andina without a massive shell out I would definitely recommend brunch. 

Andina is a very attractive-looking place that looks a lot smaller on first glance than it really is. Right off the corner of Boxpark, this is a treasured find on a Friday night if your initial plans to get into Dishoom have failed but you haven't given up on a tasty dinner yet.

Not that that's the only scenario that Andina deserves a visit. Oh, no!

With candle-lit, friendly tables, great music and the vibe of a friend's classy house party, Andina delivers a great dinner experience. Staff is knowledgeable and friendly and the design is very relaxed - so much so that a sharing table really feels like you're just mingling at a casual dinner party.

We were seated at such a table and ordered five dishes, including everything from artichoke through lamb sweetbreads and, of course, Andina ceviche. The quality of the food was exceptional, and presentation deserves special mention - like in the best restaurants, by the time we got our order we had no idea what it was we were tucking into. None the less, the sweetbreads were soft and juicy, the ceviche pungent and just acidy enough, and the artichoke puree (was it artichoke puree?) brought the best kind of tingling to the tongue. Paired with a great bottle of white wine and finishing off with some mini-doughnuts, this was a well-rounded and truly great meal.

A little pricey, mind you, but if you're looking to splash out a bit, you may as well do it here. Due to great food and especially the superb vibe, will be returning!

Walked in on a Friday night and were lucky to get a table except was told we had to leave in 1.5hours. No complaints about this given that we didn't make any booking. Had high expectations of this place as heard a lot of good reviews. Food was really good, we had classic ceviche, flora andinas, seared king prawns and squid. All were tasty and authentic Peruvian. Pisco sour was pretty strong so not for faint hearted.

We didn't manage to get dessert as was told there were no space which was a pity as the dessert menu looks fabulous.

Give this a try if you are lucky to get a table, but this place is slightly more pricey than pisqu or ceviche.


The tone of our night was set by the unusually staunch warning that our table was required in two hours time despite only being 5 minutes late for our reservation. There's nothing abnormal about this policy but having it shoved down our throats before we'd had the chance to sit and partake in shovelling ourselves was off-putting to say the least and left us feeling ever so slightly rushed throughout.

There were a large group of us and we well and truly embraced the 3-plates-per-person tapas-style policy, barely giving the table a chance to fill as we finished everything that arrived fairly quickly. But despite ordering this many dishes and demolishing the lot I don't believe any one of us left feeling particularly full and there's nothing worse than paying through the nose for ample "small plates" charged at £9 each and then lustfully sniffing past every take-away on the way home. Plates are colourful, flavours are sharp and strangely enough it was the meaty dishes that shone through as opposed to the ceviche that you would think they would've aced (it felt a little lazy to be honest, anyone can dice fish, grate onion, zest a lemon and plate it up). 

Andina's saving grace is not this occasion if you hadn't already guessed, it is that I know from a previous visit that their Brunch menu is rather fantastic and I don't remember feeling at all rushed either. Go, if you must, in the late morning and savour an unlikely brunch in the centre of Shoreditch when the restaurant is full of light and not so cramped. Otherwise, avoid.


I have only been to Andina for a quick brunch, so I can't probably say too much, however I now have my idea and I'm happy to share it. 

The place is lovely, pretty warm colours and nice Southern American music, right in the heart of Shoreditch - very easy to reach from Liverpool Street too. The brunch menu is not wide, about seven dishes, but there's enough to satisfy veggies and non veggies. 

I went to the sweet potato pancakes with whipped coconut cream and berries. They were delicious, however, for a price of 9£ I would expect more than two mini pancakes with about two tablespoons of cream. I ended up paying £15 for two mini pancakes and a (bad) coffee. Still, I would like to go back for their mains!

Andina is a picanteria and pisco bar in Shoreditch focusing on smaller sharing plates with a Peruvian influence.

The menu is extensive with nibbles, ceviche, grills, street food and classic dishes. Between three of us, we chose the thick cut chips with cheesy amarillo chilli sauce, deep fried baby prawns with garlic sauce and yellow fin tuna ceviche to begin with. 

Next and on to my favourite part – the meat. We had three fantastic dishes:

Bistec Escabechado: marinated grilled fillet steak, red onion, amarillo chilli, choclo corn purée

Pato Sampa: marinated duck breast, sweet potato purée, black quinoa sauce

Chancho con Mani: crispy pork belly, coriander and choclo corn purée, peanut amarillo chilli sauce

The duck was especially flavoursome. My only complaint is that I wish the dishes were bigger. Depending on how much you want to order, the prices can add up – the ceviche dishes are, on average, £10 and the grill dishes are around £11-13.

To finish off, we went for the fried picarones doughnuts with pumpkin, purple maize syrup and chocolate fudge to share.

Nice evening and atmosphere but just watch the prices of the small dishes add up.

I was really looking forward to try out Andina! Peruvian tapas Is something I don’t exactly eat everyday. That is why I was delighted when friend suggested to our group of friends we meet up there. The restaurant is in the heart of trendy Shoreditch area, next to all the cool foodie places. We received very warm welcome and got sat down in a big room in the back of the ground floor. We all started staring at menus for what seemed like ages and still couldn’t decide what to get. After we finally put through our orders we were all impatiently waiting, hoping we will like our dishes. I wanted to try something new, so definitely didn’t order something that was Peruvian version of a burger, but rather went for all seafood dishes, ceviche everything.

When the food arrived we were all a bit taken aback. It was definitely different. Main ingredient seemed to be onions. And lots of it. With slight nervous laughter I dug in, in what seemed to be onions with a side of fish. I consider myself a foodie after all!

I liked it. It was refreshing, light, but somehow filling enough. Not sure how my friends felt about their dishes, they all seemed slightly disappointed.
I left the restaurant happy, planning to visit one of their sister restaurants and happy I didn’t stuff my face with carbs. Until next time, ceviche!

My favourite taste of Peru was named after Martin Morales grandmother, a strong lady, an ‘Andina’. Fresh ingredients have been inspired by her encomiendas, a basket of superfoods including quinoa, chia and purple maze, that she shared with friends. Paired with the best of British produce, the results are outstanding. It’s recommended to choose about 3 dishes per person. At about £6-12 a plate, prices can add up but rest assured you don’t need 3 each… we got our choices down to 8 between the 3 of us and I couldn’t have eaten another bite. Each dish was as fresh and full of flavour as the last, our favourites being the hot and spicy Yana Ceviche, Chancho Con Mani (crispy pork belly) and Pudin de Maiz (poached egg and British bacon perched on a soft corn souffle). 

Andina is a very nice and popular Peruvian restaurant serving healthy tapas in a cool and modern atmosphere. The waiters are very well trained and know how to explain about the food and make sure you´ve chosen the best one for your taste. The quinoa with heart palms (ceviche) is a great choice and the chips come with a very tasty sauce.It´s not that cheap, keeping in mind they serve tapas and you´ll probably gonna eat 2 or 3 portions, but it's worth it. The portions could be bigger, though.

We were seated very quickly, the service was friendly, quick and helpful. They had a separate vegan menu with a good selection of dishes on it which is always nice. The food was delicious, a good range of different flavours and textures between the different dishes. I would highly recommend this place to others.


This was recommended as one of the best places to eat in the area, but the whole experience was rather disappointing. The place was very noisy, so, despite sharing a tiny table where the food could barely fit, my friend and I really struggled hearing each other. The food was reasonable and fairly unusual, but all four tapas-style dishes we order tasted almost the same and came covered in some very acidic sauce, so we had a mild stomach ache for the rest of the evening.

The only thing that earned the place it's third star was the caramel and coffee desert, which was really amazing and unlike anything I've ever tried before!

We recently came here for a weekday dinner. Luckily, although it appeared to be busy we managed to get seats at the bar. The staff were amazing, attentive and really helpful as my friend had allergies. However I was a little disappointed with the portion sizes. The food was great, really tasty and superb flavours. We had mullet, plantain and croquettas. The restaurant was charming and atmospheric. A great advantage of sitting at the bar was that we got to see the food being freshly prepared in front of us! 


I came here for a quick lunch on my way to the Columbia Road flower market recently and ended up being squished into the last seat available at a 10 person sharing table which wasn't all that comfortable. The menu is very extensive and being vegetarian, I had quite a few options. The flavours were nice and three small plates was plenty to fill up on. The prices were also fairly reasonable. One thing I noticed though was the dishes I thought should have been served hot, were more room temperature. I’m not sure if this was intended, but it made be wonder if some things had been sitting out in the kitchen a long time. 


The atmosphere and interior of Andina didn’t disappoint! Basket lights glowed amber across bright tiles, exposed brick pillars and checkered floors in the main dining room and downstairs, I was sat opposite wooden shelving stacked with colourful jars of all things preserved and pickled! My friend was running a little late, but I happily read through ‘The Peruvian Kitchen’s A-Z’, a glossary to decipher the menu, which was an excellent touch! I now know that lime juice and chillies are the main elements of Tiger’s milk (and there is no connection to tiger mums!)

As recommended, we shared 6 dishes – Ceviche Clásico (seabass ceviche served with sweet potato and choclo corn), Sudado de Pescado (grey mullet in fish broth with seaweed, tomato and cassava root mash), Bistec Escabechado (marinated grilled fillet steak), Majarisco (seared king prawns in a prawn bisque on green plantain mash), Corn Cake & Avocado (with salsa criolla) and Picarones Doughnuts (pumpkin, purple maize syrup and chocolate fudge) for dessert.

The favourites were definitely the king prawns, seabass ceviche and corn cake that were all fresh and packed with contrasting flavours and textures, followed loosely by the fillet steak, which was good, but not outstanding. I had great expectations for the grey mullet, especially the cassava root (yuca) mash, as a Brazilian friend had previously home cooked yuca mash for me and it was creamy, delicious and moreish. Sadly, even though the broth had some flavour, everything else had the same texture and were fairly bland. I can only describe it as over-boiled vegetables sat in water, which is very disappointing for a £12 dish.

The doughnuts looked inviting and well-presented when they arrived, but left an unusual after taste and were a bit gooey inside, which gave us the impression they were slightly under-cooked. This could be how they are typically meant to taste, being made from pumpkin, however, it wasn’t the sweet ending to the meal we expected.

The service was very welcoming, attentive and seemed more genuine than I’ve ever experienced before. Our waitress in particular, knew the dishes very well and had a particular interest in our feedback. Though I won’t be returning to Andina in a hurry, I have to say it is beautiful, has some excellent dishes and is a Coeliac’s dream with a menu packed of gluten free dishes.


Had a great brunch here! Pisco Bloody Mary was proper refreshing and the Peruvian eggs, plantain chips and quinoa balls were all so tasty, fresh and a big surprise to find out they were gluten free. I really want to come back for a tapas dinner and try the ceviche. Can see why it's on the top 100 list for sure.


This place is an awesome Peruvian restaurant located not far from Shoreditch High Street station.

A group of 3 of us went on a Wednesday evening at 8pm and had to wait 30 minutes for a seat at the shared tables so it gets quite busy - advise booking!
The place is pretty big, although it doesn't seem it when you first walk in. There are 10 or so small tables for 2-4, a small bar and a restaurant are where I think they finish prep. Around the back on the same floor is a room with 2 large tables which are the shared tables although would also be perfect for large groups. This space is nice and light as it has a glass roof. On the floor below is plenty more seating for small to medium size groups. In all plenty of seating and I was very surprised at how long we had to wait to be seated - it must be popular!
We waited at the small bar and ordered a cocktail each (all pisco based) - I can highly recommend the cucumber and apple cocktail; very refreshing!
When we were sat at the shared table we were round a corner so we were able to talk quite easily and also as we were sharing everything it was easier to share than in a line of 3! 
We had had ages to look and the menu and decided on the quinoa croquetas, duck ceviche, chicken casserole, cassava chips, slow cooked ox tongue and sweet potato salad. Everything comes out as ready so we have 2 plates, then a further 3. Unfortunately our salad didn't come before we had finished everything else so we cancelled as we didn't fancy it on it's own. Everything was good but some things were FANTASTIC (ox tongue, duck and cassave chips). The other things I probably wouldn't order again.
Cannot wait to come back as there was plenty on the menu I wanted to try (especially as I wasn't sure I would enjoy the ceviche). Pudding menu also looked fab but we weren't hungry enough. Looks good for brunch/ breakfast as well! #TOTastemaker

When Ceviche first opened in Soho, I went there nearly every month. I was so happy when they finally opened Andina in east! Now I could enjoy ceviche as often as I wanted without travelling all the way to Soho. Great for brunch, dinner, dates, drinks. Fresh ingredients and everything is always delicious. One thing I love about these guys is that they're always consistent with their quality. If you're not a fan of the decor, you can check out their other Ceviche restaurant near Old Street roundabout. They took over an old pub and redecorated; same menu, just a different atmosphere. 


I really liked the food at Andina, the portions were like tapas, and that way if you don't like one of the things you order its only one more mouthful before you can switch over to something you love. It is a little pricey for the portion sizes, but overall there were good vibes. I'd recommend going mid afternoon or early evening on a Sunday, it was really empty downstairs when I went. Its a good treat for a slightly different meal. 


Even though Peruvian food is so 2013, I still very much enjoy going to Andina. I have been a few times now (both for dinner and brunch) and have always had good experiences. The Pisco Sour is exactly as it should be and the Ceviche with tiger milk is to die for. The chicken Aji de Gallina is also one of my favourites. Andina is not cheap but if you sign up for their newsletter you often receive offers and deals. They also have a lunch club deal which they sent out every month which is definitely good value for money.


The food was fine, but did seem overpriced for the size of the portions - particularly for certain dishes (avoid the duck if you're hungry). 

However the meal was held together by good service and a bottle of quaffable malbec.

I'd return, but not in a hurry.


I visited Andina last week, and I was not disappointed. The portions were a decent size, and they were delicious. We particularly liked the corn bread with avocado, and the duck ina zesty sauce. The service was good, but it was quite noisy upstairs. For what it was, it was fairly expensive, but it was a very nice meal

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Amazing food, brilliantly presented and super friendly staff. Try a cocktail and take a look wth the amazing plates on offer. Plenty to tempt yourself with and on my list of favourites.


Great restaurant! We arrived really late at a Saturday, staff were lovely and found us a corner to have dinner; our waiter advised and picked a great selection of dishes, all amazing!! Will be back for sure!!

I visited Andina because I like it's other restaurant Ceviche in Soho so much. I wasn't expecting Andina to be as good, purely because I love Ceviche so much but it was great! The food is really different, they both serve Ceviche's but they're very different from each other and the flavours used at Andina are more unusual. I stuck with pisco sour drinks because I know them well and they were just as nice at Andina. The hot dishes were very unusual my favourite was a spicy chicken dish with rice and potatoes. The sauce was creamy, cheesy and chilli - so tasty! For dessert we had Peruvian doughnuts. I would go back for them alone! They were divine!

I visited Andina in the week and was really impressed by the menu, the tapas style is great as you can explore some unusual dishes alongside the classics. 

The ceviche was lovely and tasted very fresh but also enjoyed the quinoa burger, of course all washed down with their delicious and famous Pisco sours! 

Really want to go back again and will try brunch soon which looks brilliant. 

The service was good, the staff were able to advise on some of the more unusual dishes and the busy atmosphere (even on a Monday night) was great and added to the ambiance!

Looking forward to returning soon.

I went to Andina on very sunny weekend and the top floor was beautifully sunny and airy. We had brunch menu and we were pleasantly surprised by the different and intriguing flavours. It was great to try something a bit different and would definitely go back to try their evening menu. Great service too.

I visited Andina for a business lunch last Friday. The place was full and had a lovely atmosphere - I saw that other restaurants in the area were much emptier as well which was good to note! Our table shared some ceviches to start, these were really fresh and got our tastebuds excited. For a main I ate tried the potato cakes - Causas Amantani which were like nothing I'd really eaten before! It was great to leave a place feeling full and refreshed before an afternoon at work. I'd definitely re-visit - especially for brunch as the menu looked so tempting!

Took my girlfriend here for dinner. She wasn't happy sitting at a counter so the staff moved us to a table no problem at all. Was impressed with attitudes and the atmosphere. Had lomo to eat - steak was really really tasty and had obviously been marinated as advertised on menu because the meat was very tender. My girlfriend was really happy with her quinoa burger as well, judging by the speed she ate it!

I'm an artist and I'd seen pictures online of Andina so was really looking forward to seeing the decor. Especially the art-work. I explained to staff my interest and I got my own mini tour, it was fantastic! Most impressive was the music room at the back of the top floor of the restaurant. Its a really colorful showcase of Peruvian records - I'm definitely going to throw a party in there! To eat I had some of the lunch time salads which was a sort of mixed assortment. All were really tasty with some hidden chilli kick! Great stuff!

I visited for breakfast and was really happy to have started my day off here! The smoothie I tried was an amazing color - bright green! - and tasted so fresh. I was very tempted by their 'pig butty' but decided to stay healthy and ate quinoa porridge instead. It was beautifully presented with fresh fruit and the flavor was lovely. There were so many healthy options on the menu and I left feeling really invigorated. Will definitely go back, especially for a week-day pick-me-up breakfast!

A lovely little restaurant with a very good atmosphere and nice staff. The Service was excellent. The food was a little bit extravagant, so if you like to try out new things this is for you. However, if you aren't into spicy food, there is not much on the menu that isn't with chilly or a bit spicy. Also, there are only few dishes that involve meat. The dessert was amazing though! We had the chocolate cake and it was simply brilliant! I will definitely return for Cocktails, dessert and the ambience. The food portions weren't as big, so we were still a little hungry after finishing our food. But in total it was a nice experience and something totally different from what we knew.

I was really pleased to stumble across this beautiful new Peruvian place. the menu has lots of great interest stuff on it and for once it isn't all wheat and dairy based. The Quinoa porridge with berries was great and believe it or not the green smoothie with avocado, spinach and fruit was too. The staff was very friendly and the decorations are beautiful

I had breakfast at Andina last week and it was absolutely delicious! The Peruvian Porridge (made with quinoa, fruit and spices) was divine; warming and creamy with a delightful clove-y aroma that paired perfectly with the fresh berries on top, and my sister's quinoa dumpling was just the right side of spicy to compliment the combination of the moist quinoa and melted cheese centre. The choice is great, including a pork roll which sounded good enough to make me doubt my vegetarianism, or sourdough toast with Peruvian jam if you're feeling less adventurous. The setting is stylish and welcoming, with little Peruvian touches to make it unique, and it's very easy to get to, on Redchurch St off Shoreditch High St. I'll definitely be going back to try their full dinner menu, or their weekend brunch which would be the perfect break from a Saturday morning stint at the nearby Spitalfields market.

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