4 based on 507 reviews
We stayed at Midas so were next door. We walked over for lunch one day and were impressed with the outdoor eating area. The Belikins were among the best priced compared to anywhere else we purchased them. The food was good, not spectacular but good. Later on during our stay, we decided to stop by and try some of the ice cream we say at a little bar on our way out the day before. $2 BZD a scoop. Best ice cream we've had in a really long time. Wow! Went back several more times just for the ice cream.Service was outstanding each time we visited. I would definitely go back.
4 based on 115 reviews
we had lunch with friends here. chicken wings good, large size. i didnât love my burrito because it was filled with coleslaw. ceviche was good. seafood trio pasta pretty good too. food got mixed reviews. decent prices and big portions
4 based on 51 reviews
Our beautiful and cozy little restaurant overlooks the main center of San Ignacio town. We offer local (traditional and contemporary Belizean) cuisines. We are the only restaurant in San Ignacio that offers a full local menu.
Maybe other reviews set expectations too high. The space was on the second floor. There was no air flow and it was quite warm. As for the food, we were underwhelmed. There was no Ivy (mentioned in other reviews) when we visited. Two nice young men were running the place. The food just wasnât that good this night. I had the jerk chicken burrito which just wasnât quite right. My son had a similar experience with his fish tacos which lacked flavor. This is unfortunate but perhaps it was an off night. Weâve had good meals in San Ignacio and there is no lack of food in this area. We were disappointed to have wasted an opportunity to eat well this night.I am sorry you had a bad experience at our restaurant. The cooks that are there were trained by myself, Ivy and using my recipes. I am on maternity leave at the moment but will be back next week, the 1st week of June.I will be back soon with more of my flavorful traditional menus. Thank you for sharing your helpful feedback and I hope that you would give Authentic Flavors a second try if you return to San Ignacio.Regards,Ivy
Is a newly opened restaurant serving its patrons exquisite local and foreign dishes with a homemade touch. Stemming from the days of Las Casitas (1980) and OB Entertainment (2002), Coze Grill now aims to carry on the legacy and continue serving its custom
Tucked away off the main road through Santa Famila Village, Coze Grill is a definite must if youâre visiting the Cayo District. The food and ambiance are excellent, and it give the feeling of being in a private home. I enjoyed the fried fish with cilantro rice, including a a Cho-Cho which was sort of like a stuffed green paper. Great flavor combos and everything was so fresh. I understand they have karioke on some evenings which surely must be a hoot. The family that operates the restaurant (see a few of them in the attached photo) is delightful and we enjoyed hanging with them well past our meal. Please note that this restaurant is currently opened only on weekends. Check it out â Iâm sure you wonât be disappointed!
A&R restaurant in the Belmopan market Square is the taste of Belize and everything Belizean. Our foods are marinated with Belizean spices, love and not to mention affordable.A&R restaurant will satisfy your every longing for a taste of Belize and Belizean
Food was delicious, I am really impress. Price is low, generally dont do low price, but a local recommended the place as the best in Belmopan. If you miss A and R Belizean food at the heart of the downtown Belmopan, you have not had a real Belizean sizzling marinated food. No need to worry about being over charged! They are friendly and have a clean place! Lot of natural juices like watermelon, orange juice and sour soup, a recommended cure for cancer.
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