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Portland Restaurants

Andina

Updated 05/29/2013

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This popular upscale Pearl District restaurant offers an interesting and inventive menu—a combination of traditional Peruvian and contemporary "Novoandina" cuisines—served in a large but arch- and nook-filled space. The extensive seafood offerings include four kinds of ceviche, grilled octopus, and pan-seared scallops with white and black quinoa. There are also entrées with chicken, duck, beef, and lamb. A late-night bar offers sangria, small plates, and cocktails;

downstairs, a shrinelike wine shop hosts private multicourse meals. Don't miss the traditional Peruvian pisco sour, a lemon and pisco liqueur cocktail topped with a froth of egg whites and bitters. Live music Sunday through Saturday. Reservations are recommended.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

1314 NW Glisan St., Portland, Oregon, 97209, USA

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503-228–9535

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted

Updated 05/29/2013

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Feb 18, 2008

An Awesome Experience

I was seeking out places to take my girlfriend while we were in Portland. This restaurant came highly recommended by the Fodors community, and with good reason. The menu was a little hard to read, but the wait staff was extremely helpful. The food was nothing short of outstanding. The only downfall was that a reservation was required for anything but the lounge. Didn't see that in comments! Nothing about dress either. We went in jeans and hoodies

and felt out of place. I would recommend business casual. This is definitely an experience you want if you have never been to Portland! Thanks Fodors!

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Jul 26, 2007

It's Different and Good

If you're looking for something different, the self-proclaimed novo-Peruvian food at Andina will fit the bill. The preparations are unique and not spicy. Some dishes succeed because they are different like the quinoa-crusted shrimp but others were not as good as they read on the menu like the duck confit. The seafood platter included unusual items like salsa stuffed mussels. More explanation and guidance from our server would have made our experience

more memorable.

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Jan 15, 2007

Perfecta!!

My last night in Portland, I was lucky enough to discover this amazing place. Visiting my sister, we were out in town and stopped by Andina for an app. and a drink. We were so impressed!! The bartender knew just what to order, and the live music and atmosphere were just right. I can't wait to go back!

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Sep 28, 2006

Unbelievable atmosphere and food!

A friend and I have our birthdays one day apart and we treat ourselves to Andina every single year because of the unique experience and unbelievable food there. Also, the cocktails just cannot be beat...very authentic with only the finest ingredients. It's just gorgeous inside with all of the Peruvian art on the walls and lively music. Such a treat! You will not be disappointed. They let you linger as long as you want after dinner and the staff is

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