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Total Dimmi Score

9.1
560 reviews
Recommended
(9.5)
Food
(9.1)
Service
(9.0)
Value for money
(8.5)
Atmosphere
(8.7)
Carven

dined on Fri, 9 Dec 2016

(8)
Neighbourhood gem. Good range of classical dishes with a modern twist. Food was good so was the service at the beginning of the night. As the night progress, wait staff was quite busy looking after other patrons. Portion size was a little small for the price, but tasted great.

dined on Thu, 8 Dec 2016

(10)
They do everything correctly and make one's dining experience extremely satisfying.

dined on Wed, 7 Dec 2016

(9)
Lovely food and great service, but the music was far too loud!

dined on Sat, 3 Dec 2016

(8)
Lovely evening with very friendly service.

dined on Wed, 23 Nov 2016

(10)
Really lovely spring menu, nice fresh produce and lovely deserts.

dined on Sat, 5 Nov 2016

(10)
Great music Well presented and tasty food Lovely night
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About Limones Cafe & Restaurant

Just like Papa’s Not since Old Papa’s closed its doors in 2003 has Freo had a restaurant that provides such authentic atmosphere and fresh local ingredients as is the rule at Limones Café. Focusing on modern home-style Italian cooking, Limones is housed in an old corner shop on one of East Fremantle’s most distinctive streets – George Street. It offers al fresco dining, just like Nunzio made popular in Fremantle back in 1976. The menu features meat, fish vegetarian and gluten-free options, however, it is the simple quality of food and presentation that lifts Limones to a level above other Fremantle eateries. In a city known for its food, particularly its Italian food, to stand out is an achievement. Locals recommend the fixed price three-course menu and single out the slow-roasted pork belly with cauliflower pure, kale and jus as an especial favourite. For breakfast you could try the Italian sausages with grilled bacon, tomato, mushroom, eggs and toast or for something more traditional the sweet and sour Italian vegetables with poached eggs. Best dish: Potato and ricotta gnocchi with fontina, spinach, and tomato sugo

Parking availability
Yes

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Reviews we love

89
4.5/5