Denver, CO 80218
- South American
- Mon-Sat 5pm-10pm
- All Major Credit Cards, cash
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
- Full bar
- Recommended, Accepted
Small and weird and uncommon and devilishly crowded at its peak is not a standard recipe for wild restaurant success. But in Limon's warm storefront space, owner/chef Alex Gurevich has singlehandedly sold Denver on authentic Novoandino cuisine -- a combination of modern Peruvian flavors and classical French technique that's complex, comforting and delicious all at the same time. And Limon's success hasn't been hampered by its south-of-the-border-cool cocktail list, either.
Tips from foursquare
Under new management obviously because all the food and drinks are kick ass authentic and delicious. Review to follow on www.vatogourmet.com and it will be a positive one. This place is amazing now!
Try the green lip mussels and yucca and plantain chips. Yum!
P17 was lackluster so I checked this place out.
The beef and the pork dishes here are better than the seafood dishes.
Small plates are small.
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