I am a world traveller & a mom of two, (8 & 6). I love to meet people, and am fascinated that there are 7 billion stories out there to be explored. I think Melbourne is the most happening city to live in with all the fun activities around town.
Published January 29th 2015
Mouth-watering meals will make memories for a lifetime
Limor's Steakhouse is a place where when you go once, you want to go again, and you can't wait to tell all your friends about this new find, and find excuses to visit again, and organize corporate dinners there, and still find more reasons to return and maybe even start hosting events such as birthday parties and family occasions there as well.. Why you may ask. The answer is as simple as it gets: the food is delicious, the service is impeccable, the ambiance is family friendly, the prices are just right. When you get these four features present in the right amounts, the result is a delectable experience for everyone.
Our first visit as a family outing was worth sharing with everyone. We were greeted by friendly staff, who explained what their special items on the menu were. They also brought out coloring sheets and crayons for the kids to keep them busy till the food came out. Before going to Limor's, we already knew that they specialise in Mediterranean/Middle Eastern cuisine, and we ordered falafel, dips, special salads and BBQ shrimp skewers for appetisers.
The dips were so delicious that I didn't want to let the platter leave our table till I had wiped it clean. Falafel were moist on the inside, crispy on the outside and scrumptious with all the right flavours. The pickles were flavoursome. Barbecued shrimp were cooked to perfection. By the time we were done with appetisers, we had pretty much reached our fill, and requested the waiter to hold off on bringing the mains out.
But I must admit that our appetite was re-ignited when the beautiful platters of the mains did come out twenty minutes later. The aroma of the marinated lamb kebabs and chicken skewers was irresistible. The platter size was generous, and we ate to our fill. There was no room for the delicious desserts which were staring back at us from their designated spots in the display glass-cabinets. We thought it would be best to try them on our next visit, which we were already hoping would be very imminent.