Music exec-turned-restaurateur Martin Morales hasn’t put a foot wrong since he launched Ceviche Soho and we went collectively loco for pisco sours. This Shoreditch spin-off is a hoot: built on the same foundations as Ceviche (upbeat music, exotically zingy dishes and plentiful routes to a pisco-induced hangover), it changes the record slightly, adding Andean dishes, street food and a superfood slant. Sharing plates and a lively vibe put it firmly in Shoreditch’s ‘pleasure’ rather than ‘business’ camp. NB Andina has moved from Redchurch Street to Spitalfields.
Shoreditch is a dining destination for hipsters, tourists and City workers alike, so it’s no wonder that there are restaurants of all cuisines and price ranges in the area. But which of the many options deserve your time and money? Let us tell you! Our list of the best restaurants in Shoreditch only features places that we know will hit the spot, from Michelin-starred favourites best visited on expenses to stellar street-food joints. Go east!