The first Peruvian restaurant in London to gain a Michelin-star, Lima presents cuisine from the "Land of the Incas" in a contemporary style. Read More


This high-end eatery is the first Peruvian restaurant in London to gain a Michelin star. Using ingredients sourced locally and from growers based in Peru, chef Virgilio Martinez and his team create vibrant and fresh dishes full of flavour and intensity.

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31 Rathbone Place
+44 (0)20 3002 2640

Yelp Reviews

8.00 out of 5
based on 44 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Lima

4.0 out of 5
11 May 2018
by Amy H.

Great atmosphere, in-expensive food. We ordered beef, seafood (tiger's milk) and pork. Flavour is fantastic, I especially recommend the seafood with tiger's milk sauce and pork. The only thing I'd say is seafood dish was a little bit salty for me.

Starter bits duck is the best, prawn and artichoke is also nice and maybe more suited for summer. These bits are very small in size, literally one... more

3.0 out of 5
17 July 2017
by Jessica H.

I want to premise this by saying that had I not been to Casita Andina a month prior to this, it would've got an extra star.

So, I came here on a TimeOut deal - two courses and a pisco sour for £19 at a Peruvian Michelin star restaurant. I love Peruvian food, pisco sours make me merry (in every sense of the word) and it had been awarded that special star, so I came in with pretty high... more

5.0 out of 5
11 May 2018
by Chelsea W.

I went to Lima for a team dinner and we really enjoyed our experience here. I've never had Peruvian food, and I imagine it'd be really hard to beat the quality and taste here.

The restaurant is on the smaller side and more intimate, so definitely make reservations. The staff were really accommodating and good about accounting for dietary restrictions which I really appreciated. We tried... more

4.0 out of 5
24 June 2017
by Lam N.

You almost don't want to eat the food here, because it's so beautifully plated the dishes look like paintings. Don't bother ordering the brunch menu; indulge and go à-la-carte for a fuller spectrum of what the kitchen is capable of producing! And yes, the pisco sour is excellent! more

4.0 out of 5
23 February 2017
by Gerry L.

After experiencing Central in Lima Peru, we found out that master chef Virgilio Martinez also opened a similar restaurant in London, so we decided to give it a chance. After a long taxi ride trying to find the restaurant we finally reached it and were surprised how small the establishment is compared to flagship location in Peru. Due to the cold weather, the exterior did feel very cozy and... more

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