Apr 13, 2014 · 12:30 PM
Andina opened only in December 2013, just in time of the end of the International Year of Quinoa (yep, that was a thing)
There are no dedicated gluten-free foodie reviews yet, but I've spoken with them and they confirm that they are easily able to cater for coeliacs.
I've initially set this up so that we can choose between their brunch and lunch & dinner menus. Not that choosing within one menu alone would be easy mind you. I think I could easily eat here breakfast, lunch and dinner for a week!
No dedicated GF menu online, but their regular brunch and lunch & dinner menus are clearly populated mostly with things which are naturally GF.
The thing I'd most look forward to? Well the meetup title may give it away. How about you? Let us know in the comments :-)
Peruvian quinoa, maca, amaranth, cape gooseberry and purple maize are the quirky Andean ingredients that you’ll find on the menu which is 50% vegetarian and gluten-free-friendly
For dessert, you can’t not order the quinoa brownie. That’s going to taste bad, right? Quinoa. In a brownie. Well let me tell you something: it’s bloody brilliant.