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Readers love everything about this vibrant slice of Peru from the guys behind Soho's Ceviche. Above all, it's a "riot of fun and colour", with ethnic artefacts brightening up the canteen-style dining room and a line-up of "fresh, clean and delicious" food. Whether you're in for breakfast, a light lunch or dinner, you can expect "zingy" flavours galore: the tangy scallop tiradito and sea bass ceviche are a must, whetting your appetite for a host of street-food small plates, juicy grilled meats and hearty peasant classics. We'd single out the slow-cooked ox tongue stew with beer, panca chilli and confit oca, while the grilled octopus with butterbeans and honey sauce is a lesson in how good the cephalopod can really taste. Andina's two bars (one in the "stripped-down exotic" basement) are destinations in their own right, serving "great juices", brilliant Pisco Sours and more besides.


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    Review of Blacklock, Soho :: Andina, Shoreditch

    Andina is a Peruvian restaurant founded by Martin Morales (also owner of Ceviche in Soho) on the very cool Redchurch Street. I love this part of Shoreditch – it’s the perfect place for window shopping!

    I have been to Andina quite a few times now. They do the whole Peruvian thing very well. It’s nice to go out for a meal and not feel horribly stuffed and carb-loaded afterwards. All the ingredients are fresh and light and well, I love ceviche so its my kinda place!...
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    andwhatblog :: Andina

    There’s a charming place just off Shoreditch High Street, right smack in the middle of hipster central.

    It still attracts all of the beardy, tattooed types, but when you step inside you’re whisked away from all of this and taken on a trip sprinkled with Peruvian delights.

    Inspired by Martin Morales‘ (creator of Andina) grandmother’s home cooking, this place has some serious character. Friday night, ready to get the drinks in, we started things off with a Pico Sour. Perfection...
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    #fatmY :: andina | #fatmY

    i posted back in september about mY experience at coya and how there are cheaper peruvian restaurants out there serving up ceviche at the same high standards. well andina based in shoreditch, london is one of them.
    i can’t remember what we ordered now but andina do like to experiment with ingredients so we had interesting ceviches with the likes of figs, yuzu, samphire, blueberries and well, you get the idea. their menu changes quite regularly so expect something new every time. munki was very impressed by how fresh it all tasted and it definitely puts plain sashimi to shame even though there is nothing wrong...
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    FoodandDrinkGlasgow :: Food and Drink Glasgow: Andina, Shoreditch, London

    We were in London for the Chowzter awards so wanted to check out some food that’s different from what’s available in Glasgow. Wandering along the multi-cultural and amazing selection of places to eat in Shoreditch, we stumbled across Andina. Located a short walk from Shoreditch Railway Station, so you can visit easily from any part of the city.
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    Quiet eating :: Andina | Quiet eating

    So I seem to be enduring something of a run of South American food lately. I managed to end up at Andina, a Peruvian restaurant in trendy Shoreditch. Some would say that it is too trendy for me.

    Causa de Camarones – Nikkei prawn tartar, avocado, coriander cold potato mash, wasabi mayo. An excellent dish which reminded me of the prawn sashimi I had had in Japan. An excellent start to the meal. The avocado and prawn tartar created a very pleasant combination with the smoothness of the avocado and the fresh sea bite of the prawns. A very eye catching and tongue delighting dish...
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    Cook & Pour :: The power of Peruvian | Cook & Pour

    Keeping with the theme of world food, right on our door step, I hereby give you the Peruvian Andes. Unless you have visited or ate the cuisine you would never associate such a vibrant, exotic, rich and diverse place with such simplistic nutritious subtle food. Andina in Shoreditch is the second restaurant from Martin Morales, (Ceviche in Soho being the first with a third restaurant opening in Old Street in 2015)...
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    secretemple :: Secretemple

    I had seen the words “Peruvian” and “brunch” mixed into what ended up being a delicious time over at Lima Floral, so was rather excited to see even more such opportunities closer by in Shoreditch. With glowing reviews everywhere, it was a bit of a downer to end up feeling rather lukewarm about the whole meal.
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    Eppie Chiltern Firehouse :: Eppie

    Peruvian cuisine has made a striking impact on London’s diverse food scene, with a constant wave of fresh ceviche and Pisco Sour popping up across the city.

    The man mostly responsible for this wave of exotic dishes is Martin Morales, an award winning chef and restaurateur who moved to London 20 years ago, bringing with him his passion and flair for Peruvian flavour. Before following his dream to open up Ceviche Soho, the UK’s first restaurant of its kind, Mr Morales was a recognised name in the music industry. After 15 years on the DJ scene, he worked with Steve Jobs as one of the founding members of iTunes...
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Martin Morales

CHEF-IMAGe Martin Morales is the chef, restaurateur and founder of the award-winning Peruvian restaurants; Ceviche Soho, Michelin-Guide listed Andina in Shoreditch, Ceviche Old St, winner of the 2016 ‘Best Venue in the UK’ Retailers’ Retailer Award and the recent addition, Casita Andina in Soho. Each is lovingly crafted and unique in menu, design and character.
Born in Peru, but having lived in Britain for the last 30 years, Morales is the pioneer of Peruvian food in Britain. Alongside his cooking he is involved in a variety of music and arts projects including running Ceviche Old St Gallery – featuring Peru’s top 50 contemporary artists, founding a Peruvian music label, Tiger’s Milk Records, and is a Trustee at the Andean children’s charity Amantani. He has also been nominated by the Peruvian government as a food ambassador.
Morales is also the author of the bestselling cookbook Ceviche Peruvian Kitchen (Sunday Times Cookbook of the Year 2013), and hosts his own successful YouTube Channel ‘Martin’s Peruvian Kitchen’. He regularly appears on TV shows such as Saturday Kitchen and Sunday Brunch. Before becoming a chef, Morales worked at Apple as iTunes Head of Pan EU, at Disney with Miley Cyrus and has DJed with The White Stripes and Basement Jaxx.

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