Dr. Limon Ceviche Bar may have an unusual theme — many of the items on the menu are named after people and things from the medical world — but customers seem to be embracing the whimsy. Since it opened in January, the rave reviews have been rolling in for Dr. Limon’s modern Peruvian dishes, and not just the ceviche.
They also love the specialty sushi rolls, like the Acholado. It features shrimp tempura, smoked salmon, and cream cheese, plus a surprising infusion of strawberries and passionfruit marmalade. If you want to try the signature ceviche, choose from a list of classic or creative options. The classics include the remedio casero, a.k.a. the “home remedy,” featuring hot limo pepper. The contemporary Dr. Miyagi showcases a mix of sesame oil, Nikkei sauce, and crispy sweet potatoes with fresh seafood. Take your pick and enjoy your dish with an artisan cocktail at Dr. Limon.