Peruvian eats a lot of seafood, potatoes and rice, a reflection on the history and immigrants of the country. The food at The Lemon tree is no exception. We were greeted with friendly hostess and waiter. Interior decor is more sophisticated than the neighborhood it is in, Lots of cerviche and seafood dishes on the menu, We each picked a dish from different parts of the menu, the paella was great, my squid cooked in its ink is delightful. Yet my son's choice is most interesting, a rice dish laced with beef, vegetables, sauce and topped with a fried egg. Guess the Chinese were there too, the signature fried egg appears in too many Asian rice dishes including Haiwaiian cusinse. They also serve sodas from Peru and their desserts are huge. Like Dr Seuss had suggested, "try it and you may", I recommend you to give it a try.
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