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Andes Cafe is named for La Cordillera de Los Andes, the world’s longest mountain range that links together 7 South American countries stretching from Venezuela to Argentina.

We serve authentic flavors from each of these seven regional cuisines in a comfortable but refined setting. A perennial feature in famed Houston food critic Allison Cook’s Top 100, Andes reopens at POST with invigorated brunch and dinner menus that will sate Houston’s craving for ceviche, Lomo Saltado, and other South American favorites.

A native of Quito, Ecuador, David began his culinary journey as a child helping his grandmother in the family kitchen. While training at a variety of restaurants in Houston, David received a devastating diagnosis, that he had brain cancer, in 2010 which partially blunted his sense of taste. Yet just three years later, he overcame the cancer and opened the original Andes Café in the East End to critical and commercial success.

In 2018, David completed an apprenticeship at Lima’s famed Maido, ranked #10 in the world’s 50 best restaurants. “My goal is to make food that traces my story from Quito to Houston”. I want to show the resiliency of South American cuisine to a broader global audience.” When David is not in the kitchen, he enjoys his free time with his son Joshua, dancing salsa and traveling.

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Press Articles

Andes Cafe is making a comeback at POST Market, Houston's new food hall. Carving out a 53,000 square foot space within The POST, Houston’s new mammoth 550,000 square foot mixed-use center in the old Barbara Jordan Post Office building at 401 Franklin Street, you’ll discover the POST Market.
Andes Café: Chef David Guerrero reprises his original East End restaurant concept of foods drawn from South American countries. After a six-year run, Guerrero closed his popular restaurant in January 2020.
Andes Cafe will open November 13 with a limited menu starting out but by mid-December, it plans to debut its reservation-only ceviche bar. The restaurant comes from brothers David and Antony Guerrero, who was born in Ecuador. The menu focuses on the South American cuisine of the seven countries along the Andes mountains.
Andes Café: Chef David Guerrero will revive his East Side restaurant that celebrated the cuisine of seven South American countries from Ecuador to Argentina. Look for ceviches, lomo saltado, and other popular dishes.
According to CultureMap, the newly announced restaurants include international highlights like Golfstrømmen Seafood Market, from Norweigan chef Christopher Haatuft; Hawker Street Food Bar, the first American project from chef Laila Bazahm; and wine bar Saison Cellar, from San Francisco sommelier Mark Bright. Local favorites will include the third location of biochemist-backed cafe Blendin Coffee, Andes Cafe, and the first bric-and-mortar for West African pop-up ChòpnBlọk.

401 Franklin Street Ste 1275 Houston, TX 77002

Monday-Wednesday
11am - 9pm
Thursday-Saturday
11am - 10pm
Sunday
11am - 9pm
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