Very clean. Food hit the spot and costs were very affordable for US traveler. Roughly $20 USD for lunch with a family of 4, including 2 teenage boys.
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We had lunch here and also stopped for an iced coffee on another occasion. Both times we had excellent service, food was delicious, and the prices are very fair.
Don't be put off by the outside appearance, this is a great little restaurant! We stopped for lunch and were so pleased with the food and great service that we changed our plans and went back for dinner!
We tried curries, fish steak, a beef steak special and vegeterian food between us from the really varied menu which were all excellent. The rum drinks were great and the cost was really low. Service was excellent and the meals come quickly.
You can eat here very cheaply with their daily specials -- and there are a lot to choose from. But even ordering off the regular menu is affordable. They definitely have some very creative dishes form which to choose. The place is simple as all...More
They raise their own lamb, so naturally they are very good with it. They hve a full menu of other items, but I can't say enough about how good and reasonably priced the lamb was. Seafood was good, but why not eat as local as...More
The food here is so good and fresh. They have a great selection, including traditional Belizean dishes and more "tourist-friendly" options (like a lamb-feta burger they had on special, featuring lamb they raised at their own local family farm- great touch!). I ordered Tilapia with...More
I LOVE THEIR CHIMICHURRI!!! & the servers are really nice and welcoming! They serve in big portion... which really fills you up! something I really look for when im in vacation!
I had the cow foot soup. It was superb. I was lucky enough to have the last serving and I suspect staff was probably keeping it for themselves. Buy hey I had that look of sad disappointment . It was a gastronomic delight. One unfortunate...More