A little about us
Limon, situated on the western side of PRINCES WHARF, is designed to take in the natural tranquility of wharf and water.
Sit back and enjoy the warm atmosphere, views and delicious Spanish tapas – Mediterranean style food.
We have captured the flavour of the European-Mediterranean water side café with a touch of New Zealand flair.
We invite you to come along and be part of our family.
Products and specialities
Spanish Tapas & Mediterranean Cuisine, Mix of lounge and TANGO TANGO TANGO, Indoor and outdoor dining, Waterside venue, Enticing bar, fully licensed, Great brunch, Karajoz Coffee, Relaxed casual atmosphere, Warm ambience
- Price Range: Lavish
- Ambience: Sophisticated
- Accepts credit cards: Yes
- Noise level: Upbeat
- Licence: This venue is licenced
- Food Options: Vegetarian
Share what you love about this place...
I took my boyfriend here on a voucher for all you can eat tapas with sangria. It was a cool thursday night, live music was playing and it was warm enough inside. We had a lovely evening – the food was delicious and the live music created a lovely ambiance. Our favourite tapas were the dolmades and the salt & pepper squid, both of which we ordered repeats. The potato was also a surprise (for me who doesn't really eat potatoes) favourite. Yum! Left having thoroughly enjoyed the evening. Oh, and the stuffed mini peppers are a must try – sweet and tasty, my boyfriend's favourite of the night.
though the food wasn't bad, the portions weren't that big and don't think it was worth the money for what we got! The sangria was great and the service good. Of course the location was great and the ambiance perfect with live music and relaxed atmosphere - though it was a bit of a squeeze with the outdoor chairs but warm and welcoming. All in all not a bad experience but the food needs to be more authentic
had drinks there last friday - they have happy hour from 2 pm onwards on a friday and the service was fantastic
Used vouchers from grab one. Good food and wine. Lovely views and atmosphere. A bit expensive but good value for the viaduct.
Great food and atmosphere. Not the cheapest, but nothing is around the viaduct. Loved the tomato cheese bread and the spicy sausages. Very good quality across the board...
I went to Limon! for a work lunch where we were able to sit outside in the sun and share tapas, the best of which were the meatballs, spanish tomato bread and chicken drumsticks. 3 plates for $29 or 4 for $38 is reasonable pricing but you need to order plenty. The waiter told us the plates were 'way bigger than traditional tapa sizes' but this was a bit of an overestimation.