Can't Stop Raving about Don Andres - A Peruvian Kitchen

If there's one restaurant that I blogged about and would not mind coming back as a paying customer several times, it is Don Andres - A Peruvian Kitchen. There are a couple of factors that would support that. One, they are located near me and second, they have super delicious food!!!

 Ceviche Mixto (P280)


We started off with marinated seafood in citrus juice and red chili sauce. I normally don't like eating seafood but the sauce and citrus juice made this dish something you must not miss.



Lomo Saltado (P420)


I quickly understood why the Lomo Saltado is a popular Peruvian dish. It is like a lot of things were thrown into this dish and I love them all. The sauce just makes this super yummy and it does not hurt that onions, beef tenderloin strips and fried potatoes are in there as well.



 Lengua Guisada (P420)


It was too bad the Lengua Guisada came at a time when all our tummies were already full. I still managed to find space in my stomach for a few bites and I was really impressed. I will certainly order this on my next visit so I will eat it when I'm super hungry.


 Brochetas De Lomo (P420)

I absolutely loved the tenderness of the beef tenderloin skewers in the Brochetas de Lomo. This one is best eaten with one of their rice dishes too. It is certainly a meat lover's dream come true.


Arroz Con Mariscos (P380)



  Arroz Con Mejillones (P380)

The two rice dishes were filled with tasty ingredients. After tasting them both, I wanted to personally give the chef a pat on the back for such lovely recipes. Both are filled with tasty seafood choices that will make you fall in love over and over again.


 Pollo Entero (P590 w/o sides P650 w/ sides)


Their specialty is their peruvian rotisserie chicken and it comes in different sizes like 1/4, 1/2 and 1 whole. All options come with three sauces and with either rice, mashed potatoes or fries. The chicken is really a winner and I understood right away why it is the most ordered dish here.


 Tres Leches (P165)

The Tres Leches is unlike anything I have ever tasted. It is truly heaven. It is actually sponge cake with cream topping soaked with three kinds of milk. I am actually G to come back here just to eat this lovely desert.




Don Andres - A Peruvian Kitchen
#26 Courtyard Building
Sgt Esguerra Avenue, Quezon City
Photos by Ross

2 (mga) komento:

Rochkirstin Santos ayon kay ...

Whoa I haven't tried any authentic Peruvian food before that's available locally. I think the Ceviche Mixto is a must-order and good to be paired with rice to appreciate all the rich flavors of the citrus and red chili sauce.

Jam A. ayon kay ...

I don't think I've chanced upon Peruvian cuisine locally, so this place will have to be part of my list. Good thing it's not so far from my place!

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