McLimon Restaurant Šenov Czech Republic 

Located in the village of Šenov which is a couple of kilometers from Novy Jićin is the family run restaurant, pension and wellness McLimon. This is a small look at the restaurant for a quick snack on a Saturday afternoon with 33c outside. At this time they’ve specials on Lime Lemonades and cold mint tea so perfect! Inside the air conditioned restaurant the menu is multi lingual (although I’m not sure about the staff during my time there) 

The menu is diverse and international with Czech specialties as well as salads, shrimp, salmon, pastas and much more. We decided on a snack which is normally served as a side dish onto beer and wine. It consists of three slices of bread (toasted) grilled chicken breast well seasoned and vegetable stew (courgette, onions, peppers) this is then poured over the toast and served with a cheese topping as the photo shows above. Add to this iceberg lettuce, cucumber salad on the side. Costing for this around €4.4 or £3.90 and believe me it’s enough to keep you going.

We had a great time! You treated the insider great. 

See you soon !!

Baalbek Lebanese Restaurant

When you want that fix of Lebanese food then the place to get your mouth watering is Baalbek

Just a brief walk from Vörösmarty Tér along Váci Ut is Baalbek. Located in the splendid Klotild Palace which was built in 1902 It’s been marvellously renovated and is now the home of the Buddha Bar Hotel & Buddha Bar Restaurant. Baalbek is one of the hip places to be seen. It’s hot on the scene of local foodie places, frequented by the trendy, the well connected as well as tourists and passers by.

Named after a city on top of the Bekaa Valley Baalbek is both intimate, cosy and not the place for a quick meal. All dishes are prepared halal, and guests are welcomed in the spirit of being friends and not simply as guests.

Whether you want spicy lamb sausages (Makanek) above or to tabbouleh below then Baalbek really will have something for you.

Not priced cheaply but quality costs. Below is a meat platter for two people. And with the Arabic bread they bring when you arrive this dish is more than enough really for two people.

Remember it only seats 65 people so best try and reserve a table or sure you’ll be disappointed. And in the winter sit inside out as they’ve a winter terrace and why not try a shisha and peppermint tea?