Well prepared food, excellent service and a comfortable atmosphere. There are options on the menu for smaller portions. The Empanads are delicious and the sorbet was perfect.
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Friends introduced me to this place, which features "novo peruvian" cuisine. We shared a number of dishes. The divers scallops were superb as were the chicken kabobs. The attentiveness to dipping sauces was evident, even with the chips that came with three sauces. The restaurant is lovely. Service was excellent.
This restaurant came highly recommended by folks we met in Hood River and we weren't disappointed. The selection of traditional Peruvian food is expansive and delicious. Reservations are recommended and while we did have to wait a little, we did so at the bar and had an interesting conversation with the bartender who took the time to explain their signature... More
Tables are crammed into this place, but the food was spectacular. Take a look at the menu in advance and start drooling. We tried the blue marlin ceviche special appetizer, and were wowed. Custom cocktails were fun too. The after dinner hot chocolate drink is NOT to be missed.
We stopped for a quick lunch at this delightful restaurant on a Friday. They have a interesting menu so we tried and shared a few dishes, quinoa stuffed peppers, crab stuff avocado and a seafood paella that were all exceptional, as well as a Peruvian style panacota and coffee. We experienced great service and decent prices. Next time we visit... More
We ate dinner here on a sunday evening and the restaurant was buzzing. There was live music which also enhanced the warm ambiance. We were a group of 4, and ordered only tapas: a beet plate, scallops, a quinoa salad and a mango with shrimp dish. So that we could share everything we got the larger size small plates. We... More
We eat at Andina every time we visit Portland. It's been around for years for good reason. The food is delicious and imaginatively prepared, the service is impeccable and the atmosphere is enjoyable. It gets busy, so make a reservation days in advance or plan to eat in the bar where it may be a little cramped - a lot... More
We recently visited Portland and checked Tripadvisor for restaurant recommendations. The second highest rated restaurant is Andina. We arrived in Portland in the evening and although Andina was busy we were able to get a table. Andina is located in the Pearl District of Portland and the place was alive and fun. Great atmosphere and we were hungry. The service... More
Andina is a Peruvian restaurant - large, popular & busy. Reservations are necessary - even on weekdays. They offer tapas & large plates - an extensive selection. Everything we tried was very good. Many were traditional Peruvian - others new and/fusion. The service was efficient and helpful. They have no parking - and it's a very tough area to park.
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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.)
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