Andina also signifies a dish, an ingredient, or a lady from the Andes. Martin Morales’s grandmother was an andina and here he pays homage to her and all the women chefs (picanteras) who have shaped this soulful and traditional cuisine, which is at the heart of Peruvian food.
For the last 15 years, Martin has traveled throughout the Peruvian Andes to collect simple, traditional recipes, magical stories, and culinary inspiration. With dishes dating back thousands of years, alongside new creations by Martin Morales and his team of chefs who run the award-winning Andina restaurants, Andina’s recipes have big flavors, vibrant color, and are simple to cook at home. From light, raw dishes to hearty stews and soups; small bites to exquisite roasts; and sweet, aromatic desserts to comforting hot drinks, Andina presents authentic, nutritious all-day and all-year-round food made with seasonal ingredients.