| Shoreditch, Clerkenwell

Martin Morales is also behind Ceviche, although this restaurant takes a slightly different approach. It takes its influence from Peruvian ‘picanterias’, traditional family run restaurants serving local people from breakfast through to dinner.

Restaurant details

1 Redchurch Street, London E2 7DJ
Nearest tube: 
Shoreditch High Street
Telephone number: 020 7920 6499
More info: 
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Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10

Critics' score: 5
Zoe Williams Telegraph
Reviewed on March 09, 2014
"This place is patchy and mad, sometimes plain wrong, like a package holiday run by maniacs. And yet it’s original and occasionally fabulous." READ REVIEW

Critics' score: 6
Grace Dent Evening Standard Estimated score
Reviewed on February 21, 2014
"The ají de gallina — chicken casserole — was a lovely bowl of sunset-coloured rice in an unctuous sauce with one solitary sad drumstick atop sat crying, ‘Why am I alone? Where is my brother?’ The quinoa chocolate brownie was rather good." READ REVIEW

Critics' score: 8
Guy Dimond Time Out
Reviewed by February 06, 2014
"Unfamiliar names and unusual combinations litter the menu, such as the chupe (seafood chowder) of black quinoa, king prawns, broad beans and giant corn, and leave 
you wondering if you’ll ever order 
a burger again." READ REVIEW

Critics' score: 7
Chris Pople Cheese & Biscuits
Reviewed on January 16, 2014
"...although we didn't walk away disappointed by any means, it still wasn't exactly a bargain. But as with Ceviche in Soho, it's an interesting, confidently idiosynractic little restaurant and if you want an introduction to Peruvian food - or are inexplicably addicted to quinoa - you could do much worse than book a table." READ REVIEW

Critics' score: 6
Andrew Neather Evening Standard
Reviewed on January 30, 2014
"It’s visually attractive, yet I couldn’t help feeling that Andina somehow adds up to less than the sum of its parts. For all the subtropical quirks, a lot of Andean food is in fact rather starchy peasant fare. Andina does more than that — but not yet quite enough." READ REVIEW

Critics' score: 6
Emma Sturgess Metro
Reviewed on December 19, 2013
"Something about Andina is just not working. It’s not the service (friendly with a hint of upsell) or even the room; the food is just not convincing. A menu of unfamiliar dishes can have a powerful pull. But having had what we’ve had, we walk away with no regrets about dishes untasted." READ REVIEW