Lima Dubai's opening party held at City Walk

Lima Dubai will occupy a fully licensed location within City Walk and will be situated in the heart of the Fine Dining Courtyard

Restaurants, Chefs, City walk, Dubai, Lima dubai, Virgilio martinez

Lima Dubai held its grand opening party on Saturday, March 4, at its newly opened City Walk location. 

The Peruvian restaurant which opens its doors today (March 5), is an extension of the renowned Peruvian inspired restaurant and bar concept established in London in 2012. Lima Dubai will represent the first venue outside of the United Kingdom.

The expansive space with 200 covers spread over the restaurant, bar and outdoor terrace area is decorated in a colourful style, aiming to reflect the warmth of the Americas with furniture and decor sourced directly from Peru. 

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The decor has traditional South American aesthetic with fishing nets on the ceiling and colourful murals inspired by Peru's diverse natural landscape and a wooden bar. 

Lima Dubai is a partnership between between Lima London Chef and Head of Culinary Development, Robert Ortiz and the renowned Virgilio Martinez, Chief Proprietor of both Lima and Central Peru the world’s leading Peruvian restaurant and currently ranked #4 on the World’s 50 Best Restaurant List.

 

 

Also read: PHOTOS: Opening of Lima Dubai at City Walk

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