Lemon Tree specializes in Peruvian food, a seafood-heavy Latin American subgenre. Popular items at this Westchase restaurant include ceviche and Lomo Saltad, a sort of Asian-fusion marinated beef. The atmosphere here can be jumping, with live bands and dancing often part of the experience. And the staff is not going to try to hurry you out the door if you choose to linger with some friends over South American wine or pisco, the clear national liquor of Peru.
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Wednesday, January 18, 2012 at 12:05 p.m. by Mai Pham
It's hard to compare something top-notch with something average. And since all of my experiences with Peruvian food, to date, have been nothing short of stellar, I think I expected more when I walked into the highly recommended Lemo...
The wonderful thing about the maracuyá cheesecake ($5) at the Lemon Tree Restaurant (12591 Whittington, 281-556-0690) is the incredible juxtaposition of the mouth-puckering sourness of the thin, amber-colored maracuyá ...