Sharing your meal without the right menu is no joke.
But you will be splitting your sides.
So Fitzrovia’s Michelin-Starred Lima are avoiding all of that by rolling out their new menu this month, designed specifically for dishing out between diners. And as a bonus? It’ll mean it’s all more affordable too. Their Michelin-Star quality dishes will be lowered in price – in fact, just £9 will now net you some of their famed tuna ceviche, and that’s literally just for starters.
Things will kick off with a selection specifically designed to be eaten by hand including rocoto pepper crisps with either a beef, prawn or artichoke tartare, or a helping of Andean yuca, parsnip, sweet potato and olluco crisps & crackers.
Going larger, you’ll find sharers like salmon tiradito ceviche with green rocoto chilli paste; tuna Nikkei with soy sauce, sesame oil and cucumber; an octopus & quinoa cevice; and more.
Then, there are the big plates. These hefty numbers will include Beef pachamanca (a traditional Peruvian dish baked with hot stones); a lamb seco (a Latin American stew); Robert’s special potato stew; and the seafood chupe – a Lima mainstay they’ve refreshed for the season.
NOTE: Lima Fitzrovia’s new menu launches on April 16th. You can find out more and make a booking at their website right HERE.
Lima Fitzrovia | 31 Rathbone Place, W1T 1JH
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