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Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Seafood, Mediterranean, European, Greek, Israeli
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Gift Cards Available
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All reviews greek salad moussaka fish grilled bass eggplant bread hamburger cakes excellent restaurant baked cauliflower friday night great view wide menu sit outside food was amazing an appetizer fresh food
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Reviewed September 1, 2020

To the right is Caesarea Bistro - a place with a beautiful view and plastic food We booked a place for the former Wednesday at 1800-3 people-sitting outside on the beach. We ordered: 1. Eggplant on the fire 2. Harima to my right 3. Seafood...stew 4. Ikra 5. 2 Malka beers and 2 beers: no shof / / another bottle that does not remember its name. A total of NIS 500 for nursing. The amount of salt put into the food was too large so the dishes were quite hard to eat. The grilled eggplant was not made, the harima was dry with a non-edible sauce mat regardless of the real harima. The seafood stew was also replaced the second time we got a non-edible plate. What is being said is that we take out about 600 dishes a day (happy for the restaurant owner who earns) and the problem is we are not the food. At some point I also said if necessary can advise the cook how to prepare the dishes or prepare myself. The beer was great. Do not eat on the spot - a professional needs to cook.More

Date of visit: August 2020
Voyager44956156738, Manager at Limani Bistro, responded to this reviewResponded September 7, 2020

Dear Harold We appologize that you and your family didn't enjoy the dishes in this ocation. As you were told, this kind of dislikes they really are very rarely in our restaurant. We will be glad to ask you for a second chance to let...More

Reviewed July 7, 2020

We arrived today at this restaurant and fortunately they followed all the rules relating to the Corona Virus. We sat outside and had an amazing view. The food was excellent. We started with Taramasalata. The main courses were grilled Bass and Denis fish cooked in...a piquant sauce. (Hreime). For desert we ate vegan Malabi. Everything was tasty, well cooked and prepared. Will return. Excellent service.More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed January 8, 2020 via mobile

Excellent seafood restaurant with a wide menu and good service. It was very quiet for a Friday night so we were well taken care of.

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 4, 2020

We booked for 7pm on a cold windy winter night but inside the place was warm and welcoming. The staff were extremely pleasant and helpful. The menu is basically fish but there are some meat and vegetarian options. I really loved the onion soup with...a baked pastry topping.The baked whole sea bream and the ceviche starter were indeed very good. They also offered us a complimentary vegan dessert. Would definitely recommend during a visit to CaesareaMore

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed December 6, 2019

We went for lunch on a Friday in December. It was nice enough to sit outside and the Mediterranean style music playing was relaxing. The restaurant didn’t have many patrons. What it did have though were hungry cats continuously meowing for food hanging around your...legs. The staff did nothing to chase them away. We didn’t order too much food, an appetizer of small fried fish, their ceviche and a large lettuce salad with a few tomatoes, small pieces of unripe avocado and too salty fried halomi cheese. The ceviche was on a heavy bed of labeneh which totally overwhelmed the dish. The ceviche itself was mostly cucumber, a bit of avocado and a bit of fish. It was like another salad with traces of a white fish in it. Very overpriced for what it was. The salad was mostly lettuce and the cheese cubes but light on all the herbs that were supposed to be in it. French fries which were ordered never came, they forgot about it. I would never go back there and there are more restaurants to choose from there that aren’t listed in trip advisor.More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed November 22, 2019

Great view, nice food, i will be back, i recommend the fish not the meat. nice restaurant, excellent location.

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed November 3, 2019 via mobile

Whilst the location is beautiful- right on the harbour it does not make up for the poor service. We arrived early and they told us to return at 12pm (which was fair enough). We returned at 12.05pm and waited for 10 minutes for anyone to...greet us. If we had not gone inside I am not sure anyone would have come at all. Literally no one was interested! Despite it being incredibly quiet we then waited 30 minutes for two salads and some bread. However, when the food did arrive it really was excellent. The views are also spectacular! If they could improve the service at the outset this would have been a fantastic lunch.More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed October 27, 2019

We were there for dinner - one was vegan. We were happy with the menu, and every one of us could find a nice dish that suited him. I recommend.

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed October 17, 2019

we came for a family dinner during the Succot holiday. It was not to busy although i do recommend to make a reservation in advance especially if you are planing to visit there on a Friday night. so we had some appetizers like fried cauliflower...which was ok , could be done better. we had Spanakopita , which was prepared beautifully . we also had a Burata which was very tasty and truly recommend especially if it is your first time trying this dish . for our main course we had "chreimey" it is a Moroccon dish, and sea bass, a Hamburger, and Greek salad. we also had some bread and butter, all the food was delicious. none was left on the plates. although very full we decided to go ahead and try the deserts. Tiramisu, chocolate cake with ice cream and the vegi malabi. ( the last we got "on the house") - all the deserts were head on. and now for the bill - ok , it is not a cheap place, but let me tell you , every shekel we spent there was worth while. by the way if you are there late at night , pay your parking only at the exit and not via the machine and that is because most of the time the gates are open and u dont need your parking ticket to get out.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed October 14, 2019 via mobile

Me and my wife had launch at this amazing restaurant, great atmosphere, great vibe, amazing sea view, but the best part was the food and service, I will definitely come back again !!! Very recommended !!

Date of visit: October 2019
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February 5, 2015|
Response from Zvidor | Reviewed this property |
Hi As far as I know the parking is free but there is entrance fee to old Caesarea during day time. At evening the entrance is free. Enjoy :)
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