This joyous Peruvian bar and restaurant is an absolute must-visit for both food and drinks. Pisco Sours all round.
- 1 Redchurch Street, London, E2 7DJ
- +44 (0) 20 7920 6499
- Opening Times
- Mon-Fri 08.00-23,00
- Insider Information
- Grab a seat at the bar in the basement and you can still order from the full food menu.
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.Read more…
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.Read more…
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”.Read more…