The restaurant is housed in one of the most interesting historical sites of the city of Bagheria, a few metres from the Arco della Santissima Trinità, or Arco del Padre Eterno. It retains the charm of the Torre Ferrante, which dates back to 1565, being one of the seven towers used in the 1500s to defend the city. It is here that in 1860, the Italian patriot Andrea Cuffaro, following scuffles between the local population and the Bourbon troupes, opened fire on invading soldiers from the Torre where he lived, sacrificing his life for his country. It is not only history that makes the place special: the Aspra tuff typical of historical buildings fits perfectly with the contemporary design and the simple, elegant, decor. In one of the three dining rooms, arranged on two levels, an old fireplace has been transformed into a small wine cellar while the second-floor terrace offers a unique view of the Arco della Santissima Trinità. The name, LIMU, was chosen both because it is the fruit par excellence of the Trinacria, the symbol of Sicily, as well as being beloved by the chef himself. The term comes from Persian and represents the heritage of this land of conquest, which over the centuries was ruled by the Greeks, the Arabs and then the Normans.
The restaurant can seat 40 and has a room reserved for company dinners and small events for 10, with direct access to the terrace.