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Tapas Bar$$
Today 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 – 11:00 pm
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1314 NW Glisan St Portland, OR 97209
1314 NW Glisan StUSORPortland97209
$$Tapas Bar, Latin American Restaurant
Tapas Bar
Latin American Restaurant
South American Restaurant
Peruvian Restaurant
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Today 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 – 11:00 pm
Andina Restaurant is a Peruvian Restaurant located in the Pearl District of Portland, Oregon. 

As a restaurant, 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.

As a cultural ambassador, Andina’s mission is to prepare a table and a feast around which all guests can gather and find the warmth and richness of the Peruvian spirit in its truest form. The dishes and flavors carry stories of their own; the music and art do as well. Above all, the minds and hearts convey what is most essential about Peru: its profound hospitality, a delight in telling those stories, and a dedication to food born out of love.
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Upscale Peruvian tapas & entrees, plus regional cocktails, presented in a warm, bustling room.- Google
People talk about gluten free, quinoa, lamb shank, pisco sours and ceviche
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Bill Bauman
reviewed a month ago
I used to think Andina had some of the best, most flavorful food in Portland. Now, it seems like they're just going to milk their reputation and location for all its worth. They stay busy, so I can't argue with the strategy. You can tell corners are being cut when your entree is made with the same bread in it that was served before your meal. The flavor isn't what it used to be, the service is kind of hit or miss, but some people still rave about the place. I go back every year or so, just to check in. I certainly wouldn't wait for a table.
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Emily Garcia
reviewed 4 months ago
As a Peruvian who is always hungry and homesick, I was super excited to visit Andina during my very short layover in Portland. I found the decor to be super nice, spacious and warm. Browsing through the menu it became very clear that everything they were serving was very traditional (vs. fusion-style restaurants). I got my bread basket with dipping sauces and ordered the ceviche (just fish). To be quite frank, I found my entire experience to be incredible pretentious. My server was very snobby (and I found it hilarious how he was trying to educate me about his badly-pronounced ingredients after I had told him repeatedly that I am Peruvian). The portions were smaller than standard for Peruvian restaurants but the prices were the opposite. $17 for a ceviche, which is usually a starter and not a main course, is outrageous. Whats even worse is that every single dessert plate is just ooozing with pretentiousness about all these amazing ingredients that they have (maracuya, aji amarillo, mermelada de membrillo, etc) but none of the desserts are traditional!. However they serve a ceviche without 1) rocoto and 2) actual peruvian corn (very very different from yellow sweet corn)- two ingredients that are basic to this dish. That's just ridiculous. After finishing my ceviche I was pretty much over my experience here and left to get more food at the airport.
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Ruben Infante
reviewed 5 months ago
This is one of my favorite places to eat in Portland. They provide an extensive menu that offers a variety of Peruvian inspired tapas and main course dishes. Everything is impeccably prepared and presented. It is quite popular and can be noisy, but the experience is quite worth it. If you're in the area, don't hesitate.
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Dave Wagoner
reviewed a month ago
YES! Without getting into personal details, I had a special occasion planned and the staff of Andina played right along and helped make it EXTRA special. I can't thank them enough for their help. Aside from that, you get some really amazing food that you just can't find anywhere else in Portland. Unique creations litter the menu, with a few comfort food options for the less adventurous. My order consisted of pork which I did find to be a tad on the done/dry side. It was accompanied with a perfect sauce however that rescued any serious disappointment. The cocktail I ordered was tasty but weak on the liquor. I think if you're there to imbibe, you might be best ordering a double or sticking with beer/wine.
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reviewed 5 months ago
This restaurant is located in a strategic place, so its gonna have tons of customers. The food was just ok. I mean, I am Peruvian and it cold have been way better. I think they charge too much for what they offer. I was amazed that they didnt have Arroz con Leche or Mazamorra Morada for dessert. Even my husband who is not Peruvian but knows what Peruvian food should taste like, didnt like it that much.
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Aaron Babst
reviewed 11 months ago
This is my new favorite restaurant in Portland. The food is remarkable, cooked to perfection and the perfect blend of flavor and spices to satisfy every type of pallet. The wine menu is extensive with many of Oregon's best. The bread you get while your food is prepared is amazing when dipped in the three sauces. The atmosphere is elegant and warm. A perfect place to enjoy a meal.



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