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1 Redchurch StreetLondonE2 7DJ
- +44 20 7920 6499
I had lunch here on a saturday in december 2014 - it was pretty crowded, but we got seats at the bar. I have never tried peruvian food before, and was slightly baffled by the menu, but the staff are very kind and guided us trough it.
We had the quinoa and coriander dumpling, chips with spicy cheese sauce, and corn cake with avocado and poached egg. The food was fresh and well seasoned - the...more
How funny! Andina made the weekly Yelp the night I made my first Trip.
Coinciding with the release of Paddington the movie, I, escaping all the way from the deepest dark depths of South London, travelled on the Marmalade Line all the way to Shoreditch for Dinner, for recipes all the way from the Depths of Peru.
The warm and cozy climate inside was a welcoming escape from the cold night air...more
Got the Green Vayeho: avocado, pear juice, mint, spinach, lime which was quite delicious actually. Not too green tasting and thicker than I expected, which was a nice surprise.
Also, got the quinoa burger and corn cake, the latter which was nicely dense and sweet and came with a creamy yellow and slightly spicy sauce. The burger was held together well, although I could have used some more...more
Apparently Peruvian restaurants are the latest craze and I can't wait to come back for a proper meal - actually coming here for a birthday dinner on Friday, so won't have to wait long.
Today I settled for a freshly squeezed fruit juice - just couldn't resist the temptation when I spotted the bar section next to the main restaurant. The juice was lovely and fresh but tasted mainly of orange...more
Finally made it to Andina!
I took my lovely mum here after a harried redeye arrival from Heathrow (is there any other form?) and it really hit the spot for a leisurely cafe breakfast.
After several cups of their own special Peruvian blend coffee (JOLT!), a bowl of quinoa porridge with fresh fruit syrups/summer fruits, and some sourdough toast with avocado and scrambled eggs we were...more