Limon Cafe & Bar serves up an interesting mix of Mediterranean dishes, as well as some great coffee and desserts. Their tapas ... More
Limon Cafe & Bar
Limon Cafe & Bar serves up an interesting mix of Mediterranean dishes, as well as some great coffee and desserts. Their tapas platters are the perfect accompaniment to an early evening chardonnay, whilst their seafood meals are pretty hard to beat. Be sure to stop by on a Wednesday or Sunday to enjoy Argentinean Tango nights. Very reasonably priced and with a beautiful view of the harbor, Cafe Limon is a pleasant alternative to the bustle of inner city dining and is worth the walk down to the wharf.
Limon is the place that you can go and relax. It is not very formal and the atmosphere with the sea view is amazing. Interior is Spanish and Argentinian inspired with modern fittings. The bathroom tiles are definitely from Spain. The food is great and meals are huge that you don't usually see this in the Viaduct that they mostly offer a big plate and nearly nothing on it. The Service is friendly and the staff are from everywhere mostly from Spain and Latin America that you hear Spanish. Desserts are divine as I had Saffron Rive Pudding. Coffee is superb as I told that it is Lavazza from Italy. I am also told that they do Tango there every Wednesday nights.Next time for sure.
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