Paradies Lagardère has opened Limon Rotisserie, its first restaurant at San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Limon Rotisserie, which will be located in the Terminal 3 food court, will serve its specialty rotisserie chicken familiar to local passengers from the brand’s two San Francisco locations.
Limon Rotisserie was founded in 2002 by brothers Antonio, Eduardo and Martin Castillo. The restaurant serves modern Peruvian cuisine in a casual dining atmosphere.
Besides its signature rotisserie chicken, Limon Rotisserie will also serve Limon bowls with Peruvian beef stew, rice, black beans and seasonal vegetables. Limon Rotisserie also offers breakfast options, including egg scramble dishes.
In addition to its two restaurants in San Francisco, Limon Rotisserie also has locations in Burlingame, California; Walnut Creek, California; and Kapolei, Hawaii.
“Limon Rotisserie is an exciting, vibrant restaurant that offers marinated free-range chicken slowly cooked in rotisserie ovens that our guests can view. The amazing flavor of the menu offerings fuels its popularity in San Francisco, as well as Hawaii,” says Bill Casey, senior vice president of food and beverage for Paradies Lagardère. “We’re thrilled to introduce Limon to SFO airport. Paradies Lagardère seeks out restaurateurs with successful brands to partner with to entice airports and travelers in a variety of ways, including bringing the familiar quality, taste and atmosphere of a favorite local restaurant into an airport.”