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Jordan Andino

About

Born in Toronto, Canada, Jordan Andino began his foray into the culinary world at the young age of 9 learning under his father. After moving to Manhattan Beach, CA, he traded in his surfboard to work in fine dining kitchens, and later attended Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration to grow his business acumen. Andino has honed his training& experience working at acclaimed restaurants including The French Laundry, Spago, and Jean Georges.
Jordan has rapidly gained clout as one of the freshest, most notable faces in New York City’s culinary world. His hospitality skills and clean, unique flavors have been an integral part of the opening of his Flip Sigi restaurants. A blend of classic Filipino Cuisine and French technique, Jordan’s cooking is an inspired combination of his grandmother and father. Blending those elements with Spanish and Mexican vessels, he’s created a unique signature profile for his Flip Sigi Restaurants. His next passion project will is to build on his classic training in a relentless effort to bring a Michelin Star to Filipino Cuisine.

In addition to Jordan’s diverse culinary career, his dynamic demeanor, training, energy and international upbringing has landed him on the old tube. Most recently he taught Selena Gomez how to cook the national dish of the Philippines, Chicken Adobo, on Selena + Chef shining a spotlight on the country and culture for the masses. In the spring of 2021, you’ll Jordan as a reoccurring judge Food Network’s Easter Basket Challenge. Some of his past host, judge and guest appearances you may recognize him from are: Jr. Chef Showdown, Late Nite Eats, Food Boats, Chopped, Beat Bobby Flay, Worst Cooks In America, Cooks vs. Cons, Recipe for Deception, Rachael Ray, The Today Show.


Jordan’s love of life and unrelenting positivity light up every room he walks into. With classic training and knowledge, but a young soul, he transcends multiple generations.

Kitchens

Meals by Jordan Andino are prepared fresh in small batches in local kitchens across the country.

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How does Jordan Andino's food on CookUnity compare to Flip Sigi's restaurants?

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How many meals does Jordan Andino offer?

It varies day to day based on local sourcing but on average around 10 dishes. Sometimes there will be more for special events.