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Andina

  • Shoreditch
  • Supper
  • ££££

This joyous Peruvian bar and restaurant is an absolute must-visit for both food and drinks. Pisco Sours all round.

Information

Address
1 Redchurch Street, London, E2 7DJ
Contact
+44 (0) 20 7920 6499
Opening Times
Mon-Fri 08.00-23,00
Sat-Sun 10.00-23.00
Insider Information
Grab a seat at the bar in the basement and you can still order from the full food menu.

Reviews

  • Time Out

    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...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 is peerless. The upbeat music is well-chosen; Andina’s owner is a former DJ and music biz honcho.

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  • Evening Standard

    Evening Standard Says…

    Inspired by the picanterias of Peru (family-run restaurants serving Andean food), this bar and kitchen offers Peruvian street food ideal for a casual meal out. The Chicken AjÍ De Gallina (a mini casserole of chicken with pecans, potatoes, botija olives) never fails to impress and we have a very soft spot for their doughnuts, known as Picarones. Andina has an extremely impressive bar, but the food is top notch - as you would expect from another restaurant by Ceviche founder Martin Morales.

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  • Square Meal

    Square Meal Says…

    Sitting on the busy corner of Shoreditch High Street and Redchurch Street, small but perfectly formed Andina invites passers-by to stare at the buzzing scene inside...Diners are encouraged to order a range of small plates, from a selection of spicy ceviche such as Cornish monkfish served with a pot of tiger’s milk (the highly savoury marinade), through to marinated meat skewers: try the lamb with punchy, herby uchucuta sauce. Drinks focus on Peru’s national spirit, pisco, with one devotee declaring Andina’s Pisco Sours “the best outside Peru”.

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