If you’ve had enough of the burger and pizza joints of East London, Andina might be the place for you. The Andes-style food is a refreshing addition to Shoreditch’s culinary landscape, offering novelty and a wide array of flavours. The Cheeky Ceviche, comprised of thin slices of hake and cod cheeks, marinated in lime and served with spring onion, is a highlight of the menu. Expect to be challenged by Andina’s combinations, there isn’t a bored palate in the place.
Venue Details & Map
1 Redchurch StreetLondonE2 7DJ
- +44 20 7920 6499
Top 5 reviews of Andina
This food is sneak-attack spicy... even the dishes which didn't sound like they would be hot were inedible by my palette. My spice-loving boyfriend could handle the heat, but he can also survive eating a ghost pepper.
While there are plenty of veg options and the dishes looked pretty, even the chips had a spicy sauce so I basically watched my boyfriend eat then went home and made dinner for... more
As others have noted, this restaurants proximity to the Ace Hotel makes it an attractive destination for visitors to London. I highly recommend starting off with a cocktail, and the one to get is the Pisco sour. The other highlight of the evening was the grilled octopus which is one of the best dishes I've had as of late.
The other items we ordered were the steak, the sea bass ceviche, and... more
SO.. I had never tried Peruvian food and my boyfriend's Christmas present was to take me to Andina's for dinner.
The service is nice, very quick and I am in love with Peruvian cuisine. All the dishes are tapas style and for sharing. They only do Peruvian drinks and we LOVED Piso sour! The octopus was finger licking good, we had a cold fish starter that I can't remember the name of - OMG, so... more
Went here for brunch on a weekend. Do make a reservation as they get quite busy.
Ordered the sweet potato pancakes and the huevos Q'apachana. Both the dishes were delicious!
Couldn't leave without trying the popular pisco sour - lived up to its expectation! Could down half a dozen of those! Too bad it was only noon, too early to be drinking? ;-) more
Small-plate Peruvian dishes that make for a fantastic opportunity to share a meal with a large group. The food was delicious- no plates disappointed. We tried pretty much everything labeled gluten free on the menu and it was all Celiac-friendly. more