Belize Restaurants

  • Herbal Tribe
    This is a blend: trendy, hip bar and rustic beachside barbeque. Pub bench tables sit on a sand floor with television and popular reggae music plays while food is served fresh from the barbeque. There are many different options, but if you are feeling like something hot, ask them to sprinkle the fish
  • Don Corleone
    Probably the most upmarket restaurant on the island, this place offers full fried breakfasts with delicious homemade bread or tasty granola with fruit and homemade yoghurt, and continues to serve up culinary delights throughout the day. Head here for dinner and you can sample a wide range of Italian
  • Habanero's
    The food here must be some of the best you will taste in Central America. The well-schooled chef takes local staples like grouper, shrimp and chicken and gives them a unique twist that tantalizes the palate. Options include satay fish and shrimp skewers, Brazilian pork, fish with cheese and tomato s
  • Wish Willy
    This simple eatery does just what it looks like it does, simple food at value prices in a relaxed, but slightly scruffy environment. Breakfasts are good value, as are the main meals which offer the standard menu items of chicken, fish and seasonal lobeter. If you like a rustic beach settig with your
  • Gentles Cool Spot
    This is one of two spots in town to eat cheaply. The fairly simple open veranda has a few plastic garden tables and chairs where you can eat rice and beans, of course, but also a traditional stew dish of fish, plantain, yucca and coconut served with white rice. There are also four different varietie
  • Oceanside Bar
    This is a reasonable popular place for a drink, although sometimes the karaoke makes it unbearable! Entirely indoors, the bar has an early happy hour to get that party started and a sandy dancefloor on which clientle can get down and disco. Watch out though, because the volume of people on the islan
  • Barefoot Caribe Restaurant
    This place offers indoor and outdoor dining, although anyone who chooses not to eat out on the upper sun deck is missing out. The impressive views and pleasant ambience are accompanied by food including meat, snapper or, when in season, lobster served with coconut rice. Or just head up top for pleas
  • Martha's
    This offers a cheap feed, although there is hardly much of a restaurant as it is basically in owner Ionie Samuels' backyard! Staple beans and rice meals are on offer and it is an easy solution if you are staying in the associated guesthouse.
  • Café Sol
    Off the main drag, this is a great place to come for breakfast as it is secluded and quiet and serves up a cracking double egg and bacon as well as some of the best waffles you will find outside of Belgium. Service is a little slow, but the food is worth the wait and there are tables both inside or
  • Serendib Restaurant
    This is a lovely place, especially if you sit outside in the courtyard, which is lit by twinkling lights at night. The menu is also a big draw, with a variety of Sri-Lankan curries and Belizian dishes (including Chow Mein, which, it seems, is now termed a Belizean dish). Service is friendly and atmo
  • Barbeque Chicken Stall
    For a cheap takeaway eat, this roadside stall near where the bus stops is perfect. As good a feed as you could get in most restaurants around town, the chicken comes fresh off the barbeque and drizzled with barbeque sauce and is served with delicious coleslaw and potato salad and a very tasty homema
  • Sumathi Indian Restaurant
    It may be a bit of a surprise to find an Indian restaurant in Belize City, but this place is a top curry house. Set inside in a large air-conditioned room with round tables, the restaurant is pleasant and dishes are of good size and include all the favourites like Tikka Masala, Tandoori and Dopiaza
  • Eva's Restaurant and Bar
    Located right in the center of San Ignacio, Eva's is more than just a restaurant. They describe themselves as “the hub for most of your travel adventures”, and this is fairly accurate, as you will most likely find yourself here at some point during your visit. The restaurant, front porch