LIMA at Novotel Miami Brickell
Embark on a journey via small plates of the influences that make up Peruvian cuisine.
Named after one of the world’s foremost culinary destinations, Lima brings forth the many influences of Peruvian cuisine to the heart of Miami’s Brickell neighborhood. The menu features the many varieties of culture that have shaped the landscape and way of life, from the conquistadors of Spain and Portugal to the far east of Japan and Korea.
Join us soon for an unforgettable meal complete with outstanding service and intoxicating flavors in a uniquely stylish environment.
The menu with pedophile the food with basic waste of time and money. The menu you see online is not the correct menu now that they’re under new management so they don’t harden serve anything very The menu to see online is not the correct menu now that they’re under new management so they don’t hardly serve anything very upsetting
LIMA is in the newly rebranded Novotel (former Atton) Miami Brickell hotel. It offers Peruvian cuisine in a pleasant dining area with a view of the Brickell skyline through a glass wall. Their Miami Spice menu was good value — salmorejo laced with prosciutto, tasty chicken breast with polenta and kale, and a delicious mango sorbet for a very reasonable price. Their Prisco sour is good. The service was friendly and attentive.
It's no longer called LIMA. When the hotel changed chains they closed LIMA and opened a little restaurant next to the Lobby Bar called UVA.
We arrived at at LIMA at our reservation time and stood at the entry for quite some time. We saw a few servers but none would even make eye contact with us. There were only a few tables w/ guest so they were not busy. After several minutes of no attention we went to the hotel’s bar. (Atton) We asked a waiter if we could sit there and have dinner. He said they had the same menu so we decided to have dinner at the bar. The bar service was good. Our waiter tried to make up for the lack of service we received from LIMA. He did well. However, the food was acceptable at best. My salmon was over cooked after I precisely asked it to be cooked medium and my husband’s shrimp was so tough he could not get the tails to come off.
Decent good. Good service. A little pricey for a neighborhood restaurant. But I will probably be back on a regular basis.
Service was horrendous. Food was fantastic, however.
The manager went out of his way to accommodate us. Amazing service. The menu looked good, but the food was just so-so. I guess the biggest issue was that the restaurant isn't even open, they are just using the hotel bar as restaurant seating. We were seated in the lobby.
Good service. OK food.
Our server was Rosangela super nice.
My husband and I went for Miami Spice. The atmosphere is pretty abysmal.... not really a restaurant, but a space on the side of the lobby attached to the bar area. A few tall tables with bar stools and a fairly uncomfortable long and wide marble slab with room for about 6 people was where we ate.
Fortunately, the food was very good! The Corvina appetizer and main were really delicious as was the shrimp appetizer, athough the New York Strip was quite banal. The sorbet and chocolate mousse dessert were also terrific. We chose an "anonymous" Spanish wine which was quite good.
The overall dining experience was very good. Service was friendly and attentive (there were only two or three tables being served). It is too bad that the atmosphere is what it is...
Excellent service, great decor and good food! The food was good and fresh, specially the lomo saltado and the rice that comes with it.
I live close to this restaurant, located in the first floor of a new hotel, and decided to go with a friend for dinner. We were promptly seated. The music was not loud and had a jazzy/new age style, the noise level was surprisingly very low, the service outstanding, and the food (salmon and grilled chicken) very good. We were gladly surprised and will probably return. Price was reasonable, tip of 18% included in the check.
Very friendly staff and we enjoyed our shrimp appetizer, lobster ravioli, and beef tips
En general todo bien, pero NO tenían la reservación de OPENTABLE, lo bueno es que estaba vacío el lugar.
I do not recommend this restaurant. Bad food quality and ambiance.service was good.
Great new place. The brunch had a nice selection and the service was great.
Had live music if you like that. Would go back.
Food was Ok but not stellar; I thought the ambience will be different
This is a hotel restaurant that is not being run by a restaurant manager or independently. Restaurant was empty, It took 1 hour 20 minutes to get our drinks and 2 hours to get our appetizers. Dinner came immediately along with appetizers. Food was good as was the service but the staff/mgmt if any lacks restaurant operation experience. Overall the waiter and kitchen choked.
The most magical place for a birthday celebration on Sundays.
LIMA at Novotel Miami Brickell offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (786) 600-2600 ext. 2635.
LIMA at Novotel Miami Brickell is rated 3.6 stars by 20 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.