Now that I really think about it, I have never really been adventurous with my food when it comes to dining out. Whenever we decide to eat out I always head for Italian, Asian and traditional Australian cuisine. Don’t get me wrong, I love the other cuisines, but find it particularly difficult to read the menu. Often my boss takes us out to a beautiful French restaurant seen here (it’s her favourite cuisine) and understanding the menu is very difficult for me. Nevertheless I always love the meals, they always taste just divine. So in an attempt to be ‘more’ adventurous I tried Turkish and let’s just say I was impressed. Limon is located in Brisbane’s south-east suburb of Underwood and as I found, was a real hidden secret. The people were a lovely mix of Aussie and Turkish staff and chefs making it feel wonderfully comfortable. It also had a charming decor that matched very well. The light shades were gorgeous along with the art work, tablecloths and other unique and individual pieces. The menu was difficult, but I have now learnt to focus on the main items (meat and sauce) when ordering. The Moroccan Lamb with Cous Cous I ordered was delish and I left thinking why had I never tried Turkish before. Restaurant one of project ‘be adventurous’ complete. Next up is Muooz, an African cuisine restaurant that my boss insists we try. Keep an eye out for the blog entry next week.