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Lima Restaurant is Naples' premiere pisco bar, featuring the classic Peruvian drinks such as the pisco sour, infused flavors of pisco made in-house, as well as a full bar with wine, beer, and additional liquor. With dining options inspired by the culinary revolution currently happening in Lima, Peru, there is something for everyone.
What an amazing experience. Very authentic. Family oriented. The staff did an amazing job walking you through the menu. The service was impeccable. The staff was friendly and attentive. The menu was hard to choose from with so many amazing choices. If yiu are gluten...free or vegetarian this is your place. We will always return here when visiting Naples or Marco Island. Follow them to their new location @ 5047 Tamiami Trail East. You will not be disappointed.More
My second visit and both times were awesome! Service was terrific. The explanation of the menu and server suggestions were spot on. It wasn’t what I expected when we stopped in. Very nice interior, tablecloths, great ambiance. I can’t wait to visit again when we...visit next month. The staff makes the experience of trying new foods fun and easy!More
Let me start by telling you, my wife and I are “foodies”, so we are not easily impressed.
Lima is an excellent restaurant, the food is delicious and the service is attentive and knowledgeable. Prior to our dinner at Lima, the only Peruvian food we...were familiar with was Ceviche, which we love. Well, they introduced us to several new Ceviches, we tried the Ceviche Trio, which allows a sampling of three different kinds of Ceviche sauces, which is a great way to pick your favorite, it was hard to choose one, since they were all great!
For our entrees we had the Braised Grouper, (I am huge Grouper fan, order it all the time, and never had it prepared like this) it was outstanding. We also shared the Grilled Octopus which might have been even better than the Grouper! It was grilled to perfection, VERY tender, not at all chewy, which it can be sometimes. It was served over tacu tacu (white beans and rice cooked together with Peruvian spices). I think we liked the tacu tacu best of all! My wife rarely eats rice and beans, but she couldn’t stop herself with this, loved the sauce.
For cocktails, try the Pisco drinks, a grape based brandy which was very different but very good.
For dessert we had Peruvian cookies and ice cream, with some organic Peruvian coffee, a perfect finish to an outstanding meal!
Suffice it to say, we will be going back!!More
Excellent service and food. Learned so much about Peruvian food. The amuse bouche is fantastic. Parmesan scallops and shrimp ravioli were very good as well as traditional drinks. Even something simple like quinoa salad had amazing flavor with traditional corn in it. Recommend enjoying this...authentic food!More
Not sure about scallops for lunch. We were told by staff that lunch is tasty, abundant and there is an impressive variety to choose from. Dinner is more sofisticated cousine. My entire family rated lunch 10/10 which is... More
Not sure about scallops for lunch. We were told by staff that lunch is tasty, abundant and there is an impressive variety to choose from. Dinner is more sofisticated cousine. My entire family rated lunch 10/10 which is unusual since only one other restaurant was awarded 10 during the last 3 years!
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