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Restaurant Review: La Limena

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This is a dish called Arroz con Mariscos from La Limena.

This is a dish called Arroz con Mariscos from La Limena.

Photo by Julieta Gozalo-Michaud

Photo by Julieta Gozalo-Michaud

This is a dish called Arroz con Mariscos from La Limena.

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 Many students find themselves flocking to Chipotle for a quick lunch, or going to the Silver Diner with friends during the weekend, but there is an abundance of restaurants that most students are not aware of. Here are some restaurants in our area that are not regularly in the spotlight.

Pricing: $ to $$$$

Rating: * to ****

$$$$, ****

7675 Rockville Pike

Rockville, MD

Hours:
Mon. – Thurs:. 11 a.m – 9 p.m
Fri. – Sat.: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Sun.: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.

La Limena is a high quality Peruvian restaurant that serves a few Cuban dishes including appetizers, chicken dishes, fish dishes and soup. It serves traditional dishes from Peru, such as Papa Huancaina, steamed potatoes topped with Huancaina sauce made of white and feta cheese and Peruvian Aji peppers, and Ceviche de Pescado, fresh fish served in lime juice, Peruvian spices and herbs. However, it also includes more modern dishes such as the Monster de Pollo, a chicken sandwich served with lettuce, tomatoes and mayonaise. The resturant has a refined ambiance, with roses and candles on each table, and quiet Spanish guitar music. The servers are mostly bilingual, so Spanish can be usually heard throughout the restaurant.

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