The Peruvian dishes at Andina cover a ton of situations, while the restaurant remains a cool space to sit any time of day. The upstairs dining room is lovely and quiet for breakfasts with the paper (get the corn cakes), while downstairs is an excellent place for small dinners, where the volume levels ramp up with your neighbours’ booze consumption. The food’s exciting yet familiar and unexpectedly excellent for everyone from your fitness-obsessed friend to the one who’s swearing off gluten and other delicious things.
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