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Twin Cities Dining Guide Restaurant Visitor Reviews for "Los Andes Restaurante"

Rating Information Overall

Overall Average2.93
Overall Service3.33
Overall Noise2.67
Overall Food2.67
Overall Ambiance2.33
Overall Value3.67
Overall Number of Reviews3

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5/8/2011
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Food is good and portion size is reasonable if you"re pretty hungry. I have always gotten great tasting food but my wife has not. We both don"t care for the TV but they seem to have a lot of hispanic customers who do. Prices seem too low.



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4/18/2009
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Clean restaurant with lots of TV's for music video watching. The menu was broad and meaty with lots of typical Andean fare. I would recommend the Andean meat platter...the fried starches were good as well. Some day I will have the Cuy. All in all a nice meal, which was authentic to the region, as well as regional beers and sodas.



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12/15/2007
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My wife and I went to Los Andes last night and had a really good time. The waitress was very friendly and helpful and is one of two in the family that speaks English well, or so we were told. The prices are reasonable too. I had the ribeye steak and my wife had the grilled chicken, both came with an excellent fried plantain along with whole pinto beans and white rice. Everything was to perfection. The only complaint is my steak came out on a steel sizzle platter. The plate was so hot that by the time I finished my steak it was well done, I wanted it medium rare. The steak was still tasty and the chilled mugs for our beer was a really nice touch. We will go back.