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Andina
Tapas Bar$$
Today 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 – 11:00 pm
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1314 NW Glisan St Portland, OR 97209
1314 Northwest Glisan StreetUSOregonPortland97209
(503) 228-9535andinarestaurant.com
$$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
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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
"This Peruvian restaurant has an amazing atmosphere and masterpiece dishes."
"She took off the first round of drinks: one glass of wine and one iced tea."
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4 weeks ago
I took my wife here for her birthday. This also coincided with Easter this year. We got in early with reservations and sat down as first timers to this establishment. Our server (I think his name was Rick and apologize if I got it wrong) was not only VERY helpful, but he guided us through an excellent variety of dishes that were each so incredible that we were simply blown away. He answered all of our questions and was very knowledgeable about the menu and each item's preparation. The highlight and final course was the SECO A LA NORTEÑA. That dish should be mandatory for any diners who come to this wonderful restaurant. It was finished with a wonderful Creme Brulee trio that made my wife's birthday just that much more memorable.
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Thomas Wysocki
5 months ago
good selection of tapas which were all quite good, especially the asparagus and chicken kabobs. pretty interior. seemed like a decent date night spot.
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Andrew Klopfenstein
5 months ago
After having travelled extensively in Peru I was beyond excited to try this place and see what a high end restaurant could do with some of my favorite dishes from the trip. Every single course I ordered was mediocre at best, and the prices were a complete insult considering they charge 10-20 times what the dish would cost in Peru. There is no reason a high end restaurant located in a mecca for high quality fresh meat, produce, and seafood shouldn't absolutely blow me away with Peru's simple and elegant dishes. Huge, huge disappointment.
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Fahad Al-Ayyadhi
2 months ago
An amazing place and such wonderful dishes. Truly unmatched.
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Steve Bogdanoff
6 months ago
Our hotel recommended Andina Restaurant and we were excited to go from reading the reviews. We arrived on Sunday, October 19th, at the time of our reservation and were promptly seated. After we ordered, we received our first courses and they were delicious. But then something happened. It was as if the service abruptly stopped. Tables all around us who were seated after us were receiving their first courses, and finishing up their main (second) courses while we were sitting there waiting for our main courses to arrive. We couldn't even catch our server's eye to see what was happening. Some tables were being cleared off for their dessert selections. After approximately 25 minutes I finally had to go up to the front desk and see what was happening with our meal. No explanation was given, but I was assured that our meals were on their way. Our server finally brought out our main courses without any explanation whatsoever. By that time we were turned off by the whole experience. It was my husband's birthday and I had arranged a dessert with a candle to be delivered as a surprise, but we didn't even feel like sticking around. We asked our server for the bill. He never came back. We had to go up to the front desk again to ask for and pay our bill. One of the managers gave us an adjusted bill. She took off the first round of drinks: one glass of wine and one iced tea. Too little way too late as far as we were concerned. This was our last evening in Portland and it was ruined by Andina.
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Chad McCormick
2 months ago
Excellent South American majesty on a plate and in the glass. Take a special someone here and bathe in the exoticism!
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Bill Bauman
11 months 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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Leona Gregory
6 months ago
It was a Monday night and the restaurant was packed - a number of groups waiting for tables - we were glad to have made a reservation online. The tables are too small and too close together, you should not be able to hear the couple's conversation next to you. There is nothing on the menu that is not delicious. The owner is usually present, wandering around and greeting the guests.

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grilled octopus kebobs with chimichurri and a caper majado de papa
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