Cooks in Peru and Ecuador have long argued over which country invented ceviche. Most diners at Limón would probably line up with the Peruvians after eating the myriad, delicious versions here, like the red snapper, calamari, octopus, and shrimp, accompanied by yucca and corn. This restaurant with three locations also gets a big nod for the marinated roasted chicken (a whole chicken is a popular to-go item); although flavorful on its own, explore dipping pieces into the
aji sauces. Everything is served family-style. Choose from a list of pisco-based sour cocktails for sipping. The crowd and atmosphere are a bit all over the map, depending on the location. There are two in the Mission and one near the ballpark.