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This restaurant is located in the center of Zichron's pedestrian street, in a small, old residential house which was partially restored. If you choose to sit inside you will enjoy the home ambience of Zichron in the good old days of the late 19th or early 20th century. If you choose to sit outside you will enjoy people watching in Zichron's pedestrian street.
The calamari, shrimps and seafood pasta we had there were all very tasty, and the service was friendly and efficient.
Written Jan 21, 2012
Address: 41 Ha-Meyasdim St., Zichron Yaakov
We had lunch in Limma Restaurant on a hot summer Saturday afternoon. It is strategically located in the center of the popular pedestrian street of Zichron; if you choose to sit outside you can enjoy the special ambience of this street and watch the passers by: young and old, families, groups, locals, tourists...
We ordered fajitas in chili and teriaki sauce (NIS 59), which were very tasty and came with tortillas and guacamole; and feta cheese salad, which was one of the best we've had.
The menu is varied and includes, anong other items, entrecote steak, lamb kebab, pasta, salmon filet, chicken breast with South American seasoning, and lots more.
Written Aug 13, 2011
Address: 52 Ha-Meyassdim St., Zichron Yaakov
Phone: +972-4-6392902, +972-54-4841237
This is a small coffee-bar on a quiet alley on the main street.
We went to sit here and drink something.
The service is bad and we waited for Milkshake 10-15 minutes and when we got the drinks we replaced them because they were not thick as they supposed to be.
Updated Dec 4, 2006
Address: Hameyasdim 56
A very attractive place. From the balcony go down a few steps and there is a tiny cafe with a few places to sit. This is where the food is prepared. Outside on the balcony is a long bench with lots of colourful cushions, and a few blue tables with yellow chairs around them. From the balcony go up a flight of steps to a pottery showroom. It was closed on the day I was there, but looked nice.
We had about 20 minutes to eat as we'd booked a tour of the winery, so we asked the owner for something that could be made quickly, and this is what she came up with.
Pitta filled with stir fried vegetables, including mushrooms and goats cheese, served with cous cous, and a couple of side dishes of vegetables. It was service with a smile.
Open every day except Sunday from 9am-12pm.
Updated Jul 1, 2003
Address: 27 Hayiin Street, Givat Zamerin
Phone: 04-639 8141
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