Andalé Latino Grill Story
Andalé Latino Grill was founded on the belief that it is possible to offer foods from a variety of cultures that are fresh, delicious and healthy. As we craft our mouth-watering cuisine at our quick-serve Latin restaurant, which features menu items inspired by 21 Spanish speaking countries, we empower everyone to experience delicious authentic dishes outside of the parameters of a typical menu.
Owned and operated by Reza and Mirna Ghassemi, along with Morgan Stewart, Andalé Latino Grill’s mission involves serving the freshest, most flavorful Latin dishes while maintaining a family culture and continuously serving the community. Reza and his wife, Mirna, who spearheads the culinary direction at Andalé, have been together for five years. Reza came to the U.S. from Iran, while Mirna emigrated from Honduras. They conceived their business plan in 2014 and launched Andalé Latino Grill in July of 2016.
Andalé’s menu introduces diners to foods using only the freshest, highest quality ingredients, including yucca, quinoa, and plantains, as well as a vast number of house-made sauces, including chimichurri and Aji. The menu includes such items as arepas, tacos, empanadas, burritos, bowls, quesadillas, and salads, among other Latin dishes. And Andalé also offers fried green plantain chips, tortilla chips, and scrumptious house-made guacamole. Customers love our homemade desserts, including our signature “Plátano en Gloria,” which consists of sugary-sweet plantains adorned with chocolate, made with corn flour, and served with caramel and cinnamon.
Every morsel of our menu creations is produced fresh, daily and in-house. Our kitchens are an entirely open design, allowing the customer the confidence of knowing that “what you see is what you get.” Latin American cuisine forms the foundation of our menu, and we embrace many of the wonderful elements of American cuisine to bring our guests one of the best Latin dining experience in the U.S.
Our goal is to deliver you nutritious food which is prepared fresh daily while giving our customers the freedom to mix and match to their desires and adventurous nature. Andalé Latino Grill, which is BYOB offers a variety of Latin American cuisine inside its quick serve shop located in Lower Southampton Village in Feasterville, PA. A larger, second location will be opening later this summer at The View at Marlton in New Jersey. Andalé is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner.