This is not our first (nor second) visit to Limani. The old city of Caesarea is one of my favorite places, so we visit here pretty often.
Our latest visit was during the Jewish Passover holiday, which means - tons of people all around!
We walked in and were seated to a table right in front of the water line. Amazing seating!
We ordered the cabbage and crispy calamari to start with and the hamburger and chicken souvlaki as main.
The oven baked cabbage was great. Poached to the point and baked with a tint of a smoked taste. The crispy calamari was REALLY crispy on the outside but VERY tasty from the inner part. Just as it should be cooked. LOVED it.
The hamburger looked a little small, and while asked for it to be well-done, it was a tiny bit TOO well done. Somewhat charred. The chicken souvlaki was tender and moist, again, cooked right to the point. The rice on the plate was very good, and seasoned great. The grilled peppers with the chicken gave that, too, a bit of a smoked taste, and I loved that, as well. The tzaziki was very dilly, which I loved. The tomato salad was seasoned the way I like, too...
I think I know why I keep returning to Limani...
All in all, this was a beautiful lunch, fairly priced and welled served.
Service is quiet and effective. They really DO care if you like the dishes or not and they will give you what sounded like an honest opinion on plates, if you ask them.
I will surly visit Limani again :)
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