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Andina draws inspiration from the native culinary traditions of Peru, as well as from the contemporary cooking by some of Peru’s leading chefs. Owner Doris Rodriguez de Platt, collaborates with Andina’s kitchen team to develop a menu that celebrates her family’s Andean roots, interweaving the ideas and techniques of both Criollo and Novo-Andean cuisines. The kitchen sources native and local ingredients to create dishes at once traditionally rooted and personally inspired. Founded in 2003, Andina emerged as one of the region’s leading Peruvian restaurants and continues to generate wide appeal within the food communities in and around Portland, and much further afield.
Portland, OR 97209
Peruvian, Tapas / Small Plates, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Brunch and Lunch: Saturday & Sunday 10:30am-2:30pm, Lunch: Monday-Friday 11:30am-2:30pm, Dinner: Sunday-Thursday 4:00pm-11:00pm, Friday-Saturday 4:00pm-11:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(503) 228-9535 ext. 1
Features live music with a Latin flavor every night in the bar. The music schedule can be viewed online at www.andinarestaurant.com.
Customized menus with a Peruvian flair are available for offsite catering.
Ample street parking is available.
Portland Streetcar: 10th/Glisan (Northbound to NW 23rd) and 11th/Glisan (Southbound to PSU)
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Dancing, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Private dining at Andina is the perfect way to experience our world-renowned Peruvian cuisine, award-winning wine list and hand-crafted signature cocktails. Each of our four distinct rooms offers the ideal setting for a unique private dining experience.
Andina Ratings and Reviews
I dine here often and thoroughly enjoy Peruvian food. The emphasis on fresh seafood and tropical fruits is is a lovely characteristic. The seafood ceviche is excellent with varying taste sensations matching the array of ingredients. However, I found the seared ahi in a broth and on a bed of bok choy disappointing. It wasn’t flavorful and the stringy bok contrasted too much with the fish’s texture and consistency. Desserts are always flavorful and worth saving space for.
Outstanding. Our foursome ordered one entree and seven small plates. It was the perfect amount of food. Each dish was truly delicious. The vibe in the restaurant is plain fun. Getting reservations means booking about two weeks ahead. Not cheap. But well worth it.
Great service, but the Mussels on the half shell are no longer available and the bread and dipping sauces are no longer complimentary. We did get other complimentary treats, though. Overall it was a good dining experience and I've already made reservations for our next date night!
Fantastic food but felt the service was extremely lacking. We were sat less than a foot away from another 2 top table near the water station. Felt like our server did not care whatsoever and it was pretty frustrating seeing the table next to us get leaps and bounds better service than what we were getting. Will for sure be back to try the place again because I liked the food and saw how good the customer service can be, unfortunately we didn’t get it the first time around...
we have been to Andina on our last 2 visits to Portland. I love this place. Spot on for the region, (A very overlooked region). My wife thinks its ok, but I think its great, the ono ceviche, and beef heart were both restrained with perfect balance. Beet salad a home run. Empanadas were a little greasy, but still good. Octopus was cooked perfectly. A busy Sunday night, it was pretty noisy, but thats what happens in popular restaurants. Great job!!
The staff was wonderful - the restaurant is lovely. They do everything right, but we just weren't all that amazed by the actual food. It was good, but I was expecting much more - more unique flavors. So I wouldn't count it out, but for the prices, I was hoping for more. Will probably give it another try at some point.
Andina is a classic. It’s always wonderful and busy!!
I highly recommend it.
My only negative is that where we were seated, overhead was a constant rumble from racks being roll across the floor. They prep upstairs I was told.
Still, it didn’t diminish our overall experience.
The cocktails were fantastic!! As were the pulpo with caper mashed potatoes, poached prawn ceviche with green mango and aji de gallina!
We booked a table for Thanksgiving well in advance and were seated in the lower level - the ambiance did match the nearly $500 bill for 4 with good wine. - also had to chase down a waiter after sitting for 15 minutes without anyone asking for our beverage order. We won’t be back.
Andina is a gem. We booked it for a Thanksgiving dinner. It was one of the only restaurants open for TG dinner in Portland listed on Open Table and it was slammed. Staff was incredibly efficient and accommodating even under all the weight of the immense crowd. Food was delectable and interesting, waitstaff was super-friendly. Music was fun. Loved it.
A colleague recommended Andina's for its Peruvian paella (arroz con mariscos) and the dish did not disappoint! A+ on taste and presentation. The cocktails similarly were a nice compliment. I went with the mojito instead of the drink with infused habanero vodka --a decision I may regret because I should have leaned in for a new experience! Finally, I'm not a dessert person, but trust me: have the ice cream!
Food was fair. Had high hopes as the restaurant consistently ranks highly in Portland and not easy to get reservations without planning days ahead but there are much better places to get great food there. Food was bland with very simple seasoning. Was expecting more complex flavors and depth of taste. Would not go back. We ordered the pretty potato dish (causes)as a starter . Looked lively but was totally tasteless. Octopus starter was decent but not great. As i wanted a vegetarian dish i tried the mushrooms as the waiter said they were very flavorful and rich. They were also bland and a simple stir fry that i could have whipped up easily at home. . Boring and lacking any richness.
Liked how the service staff were attentive, friendly and checked on us regularly. Also appreciated the staff being able to pronunciate the meals on the menu correctly. It probably doesn't matter that much...but shows time, effort and appreciation to another culture's food and also an indicator of the attention to detail that the rest of the unseen staff has as well. Thank you for making our anniversary memorable.
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