We were here ~5 years ago and came back when we revisited Portland. Andina did not disappoint. The food was great, and our knowledgable server was perfect.
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We were visiting Portland for a 5 day golf holiday and Andina was recommended by our neighbors in Hawaii. We're so glad we saved an evening to try this Peruvian restaurant. To be honest, I didn't really know what Peruvian cuisine is but suffice to say the 3 couples in our group were all delighted by their selections. Because of... More
This was our most anticipated meal of our visit to Portland. Three people independently recommended a reservation at Andina. Nothing was bad but nothing was spectacular either. We ordered the traditional dishes on the menu and found them... Just ok. Service was warm and friendly. I wouldn't go back and I wouldn't recommend.
We were extremely happy with our lunch of octopus, ceviche, quinoa, and scallops -- all were delicious, and our waitress was very helpful in guiding our selection
I absolutely love Andina. I go every time I'm in Portland, which is often because I have family and friends there. I've always ordered a bunch of small shared plates, and one or two large plates to share. That way you can get a good taste of a lot of their menu. I don't think I've had anything I disliked...... More
From the impeccable service, liberating libations, and tasty tapas, it turned out to be our favorite restaurant. If we had another day in Portland we would have stopped in again.
What can I say... We go to Andina as often as we can. We have never been disappointed! Their food is so exceptional. I have never had a dish I didn't like. My favorite appetizer is the half Avocado filled with shrimp and seafood. I love the duck and the scallops with prawns. The lamb is fabulous! Their service is... More
An upscale restaurant serving Peruvian food with a contemporary Portland twist. Attended a corporate dinner in a private room, so although I did not get the full restaurant experience, I had a chance to sample a number of dishes. One of the Peruvian influences is quinoa, which I've never seen used so frequently or inventively in fine dining, from a... More
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We cannot eat cow dairy. Are there items on your menu without cow cheese, cream or milk? (We can have goat or sheep dairy and butter is okay.)