Sad because we had high hopes for finally trying Colombian and Peruvian food in Minneapolis, and this wasn't the best. The two ladies working there however were very sweet, especially to our toddler. This place also need a good cleaning...
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we went with another couple to celebrate a premature valentines day dinner. Nothing special about atmosphere. Friendly, prompt service. I was disappointed that they were out of Peruvian Ceviche. We shared a spicy shrimp ceviche appetizer, mussels with fresh salsa on them, lapichangas? (potato cakes)...More
Just by one of the reviews below I felt discouraged on going but still, I was curious about it all. The place is very easy to get to but quite different than what its web site present it to... The location of such restaurant is...More
We visited with our son's girlfriend whose family is originally from Peru so we could try some authentic dishes. Great fun and terrific service. Big portions so leftovers that heated up well at home. Started with Empanadas de Carne (meat turnovers) LLAPINGACHO (fried potato cakes)...More
I came across a Groupon for Los Andes for Ecuadorian/Columbian cuisine ($12 for $20 worth of food) and I have never eaten at a Central or South American restaurant so my boyfriend and I headed there on Friday night for a late night dinner. I...More
Having recently returned from a trip to Lima, we were craving some Peruvian food, and were pleasantly surprised by this find in South Minneapolis. The service was friendly and prompt, and the menu had a great variety of dishes. The lomo Saltado and ceviche were...More
I reallly eat good food. I was so hungry and the dishes come with many food. It's delicious food. The place is simple, the service is good is clean and the price is good too.
Cozy environment, Great food, Friendly host, Comfy place to chat, it is almost like being in Ecuador.
We went purposefully to this restaurant to try something new and were not disappointed. The service was good, the food was good and it was not too pricey (unless you have the guinea pig which we would never attempt to try. The Arepas con queso...More