Café Limón is a small, unpretentious restaurant located next to a Smith’s grocery store, just a few minutes from the Antelope Drive exit on Interstate 15. It’s a family affair. While getting the lowdown on Peruvian cuisine, we suggest tucking into a hefty appetizer of papa a la huancaina. It’s a platter of steamed, sliced, golden-colored Peruvian potatoes bathed in a creamy, spicy cheese sauce. The cuisine is a mix of Peruvian and American fare, and the burgers in particular are worthy of your attention. The Peruvian Burger is a single patty topped with American cheese, bacon, a fried egg and spicy Peruvian “salsa” of thin-sliced red onions and aji chiles. Of course, you’ll certainly want to sample the award-winning signature dish at Café Limón, the Peruvian chicken. It’s a plump, tender half-chicken, marinated before roasting in a zippy mélange of garlic, a Peruvian herb called huacatay, pepper, cumin, achiote, lime juice, aji chile, salt and pepper.