Paradies Lagardère has won a contract to open its first restaurant at San Francisco International (SFO). Limon Rotisserie, a local Peruvian cuisine restaurant, is slated to open in Terminal 3 food court in the first quarter of 2018.
Limon Rotisserie, which offers a modern approach to casual dining, was founded the Castillo brothers – Antonio, Eduardo, and Martin – in 2002. The Castillo family will bring its fresh ingredients, original recipes, and unique dishes prepared with contemporary flair to passengers at SFO.
“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,” said Bill Casey, senior vice president, food and beverage, Paradies Lagardère. “Limon Rotisserie is an exciting, vibrant restaurant. We’re happy to introduce such a great dining concept to SFO for passengers to enjoy, and thrilled to open our first restaurant at the airport.”