When we stayed in a Zimmer (B&B) in Liman we found out that there actually was a restaurant down the street, in one of the Moshav private houses. We made a reservation for dinner on Friday night, and expected a small home-style place with a few tables. On the outside it does look like another typical village homestead, but inside we found a spacious restaurant with a modern / rustic design, a young team of waiters and a rich gourmet menu displaying items such as crab ravioli.
The fish I ordered (red drum) was very tasty, the service was good and the ambience was very pleasant, kind of an upmarket restaurant in a village setting.Related to:
- Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
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- Food and Dining