Mamita Naty

Imagine a place where you can taste love in the food, real care in the way you are treated and feel thousands of years of tradition. Welcome to Casita Andina. We are a Peruvian “picanteria”. I grew up eating at picanterias. These are cosy family-run restaurants in the homes of Andinas – Andina is a woman or dish from the Andes. My grandmother was one of these amazing women. At Casita Andina we pay homage to them with dishes and drinks that are inspired by the cuisine of Cusco, in the Peruvian Andes. And we also celebrate the Andes’ stunning world of textiles, contemporary art, crafts and culture.

The little house housing Casita Andina has been the life and soul of Soho for over two hundred years. Previously named ‘The Little Cottage’ it served West End actors and thespians, shopkeepers, market traders, creatives, healthy characters and some not quite so. Casita Andina continues that tradition of being here to serve no matter what your background is. Convenient and quick, but also with a wow factor through flavours and exciting all your senses.

As my grandmother used to say: Aquí se cocina con cariño (Here we cook with love).


Martin Morales
Casita Andina


Time Out: 4**** stars "Favourite new hidden spot", "strangely beautiful" food & "the Choco-Sauco will make your tastebuds go pop"
Sunday Times: 4**** stars. “Crazy good”. “Prices are amazingly generous"
Metro: 4**** stars. “Gorgeous sharing plates…something special"
Good Things: “I fell in love instantly and completely”

Charity partnerships

Casita Andina works in partnership with Amantani, a charity that provides boarding house and education for disadvantaged children in the Peruvian Andes.

Where our food comes from

Casita Andina sources its ingredients carefully, aiming to use more than 90% sustainable local produce and less than 10% organic fair trade produce from Peru. All our meat is traceable and sourced from high welfare and Red Tractor affiliated farms.

Our new ANDINA Cookbook. Discover the heart of Peruvian food, straight from the Peruvian Andes.