Try the famous South American delicacy this month at Andes Cafe. BY KATHARINE SHILCUTT SINCE IT FIRST BEGAN SERVING CUY LAST... Read more

Andes Café is both understated and ambitious. It's a simple place with no fancy designer furnishings. The ambition is on the menu. Let it not be said that chef David Guerrero does anything halfway. The dishes come from seven different South American countries: Guerrero's native Ecuador... Read more

Andes Cafe's ceviche is not only one of the most complex in Houston, it may also be the best value for the price. The portion size is huge and the seafood included is both interesting and exquisite. For $18, you get a big bowl full of corvina (delicate, white South American fish) and... Read more

Cuy, a delicacy in Peru and Ecuador, is now available in Houston—and only at Andes. FOR SOME OF US, especially those of us raised in Texas, the only thing that comes to mind when we hear the word “cuy”... Read more

Why it matters: Welcome to the new East End. Morning, noon and night at his casual Canal Street spot, Ecuadoran-born chef David Guerrero leapfrogs among South American cuisines with uncommon verve. There's charm and surprise to spare here. Read more

Downtown’s revitalized neighbor has plenty to offer. ANDES CAFE South American You may have already found yourself seeking out chef David Guerrero’s... Read more

By Marcy de Luna | May 6, 2015 While we love a traditional ceviche, it looks like Houston chefs are stepping out of the box with some creative mixes. The Central and South American specialty, which calls for raw pieces of fish marinated in citrus, is gaining popularity on the dining... Read more

By Alison Cook September 24, 2014 | Updated: September 24, 2014 7:00pm The East End... Read more

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by Sherry Williams / KHOU 11  HOUSTON -- Today's Neighborhood Eats segment features Andes Café located at 2311 Canal Street in east Houston.  Read more

The East End cafe specializing in South and Central American food makes a mean breakfast, too. Published... Read more

By Zagat Staff July 1, 2014 With the year already halfway over, Zagat's city experts are taking stock of the best bites they've had in the last six months. So far, they've been impressed by a wide range of dishes, from a showstopping, avant-garde... Read more

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By Marcy de Luna We're excited to highlight 10 of Houston's hottest new restaurants, all on the dining scene six months or less. In no particular order, here's where we're eating this summer.    Read more

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By Alison Cook | April 29, 2014 | Updated: April 29, 2014 3:46pm Unassuming Andes Cafe brings talented chef... Read more

The addicting tastes of South America aren't your typical Latin fare. By  Read more

As we have told you time and time again, Andes Cafe is the bee's knees. It's cozy, the food is inexpensive and oh-so-delicious and the coffee is top-notch. We continue our love... Read more

David Guerrero, Andes Cafe Can a chef rise, fall and rise again? That describes David Guerrero's career, where he moved from a successful turn as Samba Grille's executive chef to opening Peruvian restaurant Alma.... Read more

East End gem shines even brighter with a reservation-only tasting menu option. By Amber Ambrose Chef David Guerrero is back with the adorable  Read more

The in-transition neighborhood and dicey curb appeal at Andes Cafe might make you question your lunch destination, but once you step inside the thoughtfully designed interior and begin to explore the menu, you will be glad you decided... Read more

Former Samba Grille/Alma Cebiche chef David Guerrero will make his return to the Houston dining scene next week when he opens Read more

BY ERIC SANDLER Usually, January sees a slower pace of restaurant openings than the fall, as places recover from the holiday busy season and regroup. That isn't the case this year, as this... Read more

David Guerrero has climbed a few mountains in his life, figuratively speaking. He’s opened and closed a couple of restaurants, survived joblessness and overcome a terminal brain tumor all before turning 30. So the name of his latest effort should come as no surprise to fans of the... Read more

By Amber Ambrose February 25, 2014 Coffee week rolls on, and we didn't want to leave the restaurants off the coverage.  Read more

By Amber Ambrose January 23, 2014 Andes Cafe (2311 Canal St.; 832-659-0063) is the East End's newest spot, serving breakfast and lunch Monday through Thursday from 7 AM to 3 PM, and dinner through 9 PM Fridays and... Read more

Dishes inspired by Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Chile, Peru and Venezuela "Sometimes things... Read more