When you’re looking for an interesting new restaurant to try in Fairfield County, Fiesta Limena is the perfect choice. If you have never tried Peruvian food, bring a few friends so you can all order different things. Lomo Saltado is a customer favorite, with stir fried strips of steak, rice and fries. Order it with extra juice if you like dipping your fries. You might also want to try Chaufa, Peruvian fried rice, or Tallarines, the Peruvian version of lo mein. If you’re more adventurous and enjoy seafood, ceviche is a great option. It is a raw fish dish that is “cooked” in a citrus marinade. The result is a light, fresh meal. Any of these options would be a great introduction to Peruvian cuisine.
February 16, 2010
February 9, 2010
We celebrated Pisco Day at Fiesta Limea CT restaurante Peruano on Saturday. Along with giving out free Pisco samples, we introduced three new Pisco mixed drinks that will now be available seven days a week. If you have not tried Pisco yet, start with a Pisco Sour, the national drink of Peru. Pisco is different from other brandies because it is distilled from grapes instead of wine, giving it a rich flavor. And of course the best Pisco comes from Peru! One brand, Tabernero, has been distilling wine and Pisco in the Chinca Valley for generations. We are proud to serve Tabernero wine and Pisco at Fiesta Limena.
February 6, 2010
Pisco Day has arrived, and we are happy to share our new drinks, the Pisco Limon, Peru Libre, and Primavera with you. The Pisco Limon is refreshing, the Peru Libre is a classic Pisco and Coke, and the Primavera is a tropical delight. We invite you to try them starting today, as we celebrate a great holiday. Pisco goes perfectly with Peruvian food!
February 5, 2010
At Fiesta Limena CT Restaurante Peruano, we are proud of Peru and all of its contributions to the world. One point of pride is Peruvian Pisco, which is distilled in wineries that have been in operation for generations. We take pride in offering Pisco at our restaurant, and we will soon have more of a selection of both Pisco and Pisco drinks. Look for three new Pisco drinks on the menu starting tomorrow. We are excited to share these new options with our dedicated customers, and to introduce them to those who have never tried Pisco!
February 4, 2010
The first Saturday of February is Pisco Day in Peru. This means Peruvians will be lining up to sip their favorite drink, the Pisco Sour, at bars and restaurants throughout Lima and the surrounding regions. The celebration is special this year, as more and more Americans notice Peruvian Pisco for its outstanding taste and quality. We always try to bring a piece of Peru to Connecticut, so we will be having a Pisco Day celebration at our CT Peruvian restaurant this Saturday, February 6th. Come in for a free Pisco tasting with lunch or dinner!