Princes Wharf Shed 20 139 Quay Street Auckland Central Auckland City Auckland 1010
Welcome to the only authentic Spanish/Mediterranean Restaurant in central Auckland! Limon is beautifully located on the western side of Princes Wharf and uniquely designed to take in the natural tranquillity of wharf and water - Water Front Dining at its best!
The Limon Menu captures the flavour of European & Mediterranean water side cafes, combined with a touch of New Zealand flair.
Whether you're after authentic Spanish Tapas, mouth watering mains with Moroccan flavours or a superb Lavazza Espresso, Limon has something to offer for every taste!
The fully licensed and enticing bar is perfect for after dinner drinks or just for a quick stop-by for a cocktail or wine by the waterfront.
For more information and an online menu please visit the Limon website by clicking the above link or call today to make a booking.
Business HoursMon 11:00am – Late Tue 11:00am – Late Wed 11:00am – Late Thu 11:00am – Late Fri 11:00am – Late Sat 10:00am – Late Sun 10:00am – Late
- Spanish and Mediterranean Cuisine
- Tapas Restaurant
- Brunch, Lunch and Dinner
- Waterfront Dining
- Cocktail Bar
- Superb Lavazza Espresso
- Function Booking
- Tango Entertaiment on Thursdays
- Private Functions
- Bar snacks
- Full menu
Mid Range - $20 to $30
- American Express
- Diners Club
About the venueChildren Allowed anytime Smoking Smoking porch
- Fully licensed
- Beer - bottled
- Vegetarian Meals
Entertainmentthu Acoustic guitar
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Reviews (4 reviews)
That was a nice night. The paella was big and the Sangria was cols but colorful. The kids enjoyed their pasta and complimentary marshmallows and the staff were very attentive. The Spanish waitress was very funny and looked after us well. The only thing was the heater didnt work properly due to wind and the manager located us to inside immediately. Limon is one the fairpriced place in the Viaduct and offers more than the other places in the CBD. We will be back.
22nd August 2011
Not a good evening. Our party of 5 arrived on time to find the table we had reserved was not ready. We were eventually off-handedly seated at a 6 place table in a draughty place just inside the door. The acoustic guitarist was good, as was the Argentinian wine. Wait service was poor; disjointed and badly trained. The tapas were just ok, except for the meatballs which weren't very good. The paella mains weren't at all good; one too dry, the other a bit too moist. The seafood content was on the stingy side, and the halved crayfish centre-pieces were the smallest crays any of us had seen. (Under the legal limit?) Also the crays were past their best and overcooked into the bargain. Desserts were dire; icecream too soft,one special coffee was undrinkable because the milk was 'off', a single malt whisky was served 'on the rocks' -apparently as a matter of course - and the lone 'long black' wasn't served until evryone else had finished theirs. To his credit, the manager was responsive to our complaints, and did not charge food outside our pre-purchased vouchers - quite an amount - but we won't be going back.
22nd August 2011
I cam here with a friend randomly on a Thursday night. We arrived to the sound of an acoustic guitar and were quickly greeted and seated in a cozy booth. The services was quick and friendly. We both had the lamb shanks which were really tender and delicious. Best of all the wine by the glass was reasonable at $7 a glass and the pour was generous.
17th June 2011