Los Andes

This colorful spot is Providence’s ceviche central.

By Jenna Pelletier

Brothers Omar, Cesin, and Diego Curi have created a South American dining destination in an unassuming building in a somewhat out-of-the-way area of Providence. Step inside, and you’ll find a party fueled by Latin music, pisco sours, and heaping portions of citrusy ceviche. The menu includes both Bolivian and Peruvian classics, as well as riffs; try the Lomo Saltado, a bold beef stir-fry with fries and rice to soak up all the sauce, or the dramatically plated Langosta Paella, with a whole baked Maine lobster.

Los Andes

903 Chalkstone Ave, Providence, RI


  • Must Have

Ceviche Clasico

A heaping helping of fresh mussels, fish, clams, shrimp, and squid is lightly cured with lime and seasoned with rocoto pepper, cilantro, and garlic.

  • Insider Tip

Parking can be challenging to find in this area, so consider taking advantage of the valet.

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