Michelin starred restaurant inks Harrods grab-and-go agreement

This picture is a General view of the Peruvian restaurant "Lima" in central London on September 27, 2013.  Lima restaurant in London was awarded on September 26, 2013 one star Michelin, becoming the first peruvian restaurant in Europe to be starred by the prestigious French gastronomic guide. The distinction highlights the increasing popularity of Peruvian cuisine, known by its freshness and careful handling of fish, in London, Madrid or Barcelona.   AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL - TO GO WITH STORY BY ALFONS LUNA        (Photo credit should read LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images)

The owners of Michelin starred Lima Fitzrovia and Lima Floral will launch a Peruvian delicatessen within the world-famous Harrods Food Hall. The offering, curated exclusively for the prestigious store, will be available from 1 March.

The deli menu will offer a variety of Peruvian dishes designed to take-away for lunch and dinner on the go. The range incorporates both traditional and contemporary Peruvian cooking, celebrating vibrant and innovative flavours.

Bruce Langlands, director of food and restaurants at Harrods, said: “We are extremely excited to be welcoming Lima to the Harrods Food Hall, a fantastic addition to the diverse food scene within the store. As a market leader in food trends, offering our loyal customers the best and latest in food is at the fore of our brand values and Lima brings something extremely innovative to the current offering; the cuisine is unique and exceptionally well executed.”

Lima Harrods will mark the first product range from the team behind the Michelin starred restaurants.

Gabriel Gonzalez, co-founder and managing director of Lima, said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with Harrods and honoured to be present in such an iconic institution. It is a great opportunity for us to showcase our food and passion for gastronomy, adapted to a retail format.”

Dishes will include salmon and seabream ceviche; potatoes huancaina, a traditional Peruvian dish from the town of Huancayo; beef or chicken empanadas and various anticuchos, a street-food dish originating from Peru during the pre-Columbian era.

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