Introducing the Pisco Bar at LIMA Floral
22nd November 2014
Pisco Bar at LIMA Floral is a specialised bar offering a range of Peruvian inspired cocktails and a menu of small plates known as piqueos, best described as Peruvian tapas. The 30 cover basement venue provides the perfect setting in which to relax and enjoy a taste of Peru’s drinking culture in whilst escaping the bustling streets of Covent Garden.
Created by bar manager Damiano Barbato, the cocktail list has been influenced by classic Peruvian flavours with the liquor Pisco featuring heavily. An innovative new creations available is El Senor de Sipan (Prosecco, apple juice, raspberry syrup, Pisco, Campari, and Pisco foam).
A Pisco Bar snack menu is on offer for those looking for a light bite with their cocktails. Robert Ortiz, executive chef, has created a menu in traditional “piqueos” format, designed for sharing and experimenting over a social drink. His favourites include organic salmon tiradito (yellow tiger’s milk and sweet potato crisps), aubergine anticucho (Amazonian cashew, cheese, coriander and cress), Huancaina beef tostada (toasted corn crisp, sliced beef, cheese, white quinoa) and tuna Nikkei ceviche (tuna, ginger, soy sauce, rocoto pepper, tiger’s milk and sea asparagus).
With the popularity of Pisco on the rise, the Pisco Bar at LIMA Floral is at the forefront of this drinks trend in London, offering a vibrant new destination to Covent Garden’s bar scene.
Shared by Hazel Henbury
Glass of Bubbly
Executive editor of news content for the website Please enjoy the articles that we share - We hope you find our love for Champagne & Sparkling Wines both interesting and educational.