I just asked the ladies what was the best and they gave me the jerk pork with rice and beans. I was not disappointed - whatever they do to flavor the rice and beans is spectacular!
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We dropped into Nerrie's for dinner and ordered something from the menu but they did not have any of that. So we ordered something else.They did not have any of that either. We had been looking forward to some Belizean Cuisine so were getting a...More
The food at both locations is wonderful! It's local food, which feels homemade and always hits the spot! The prices are close to free compared to other city restaurants and the staff is generally always friendly! We had some of the most amazing fish here!...More
We ate okay (soup was great, fish kinda okay, rice, fried banana), the service was friendly. We were the only one's eating (about 5/6pm). The place was clean. It's wasn't easy to find an open restaurant at that time. Location is central, 5 minutes walking...More
Good local food with friendly service - we had no complaints. The food was typical Belizian cousine, tasty and enjoyable.
The best breakfast and Belizean cuisne! Authentic cultural food and great service. The owner/Chef Carlo is an amzing man who offers a lot of insight and conversation for travelers. I can't wait to see him next summer. I love this place: breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Great food and service! We’re all use to fancy restaurant and all that but let’s do something different for a change. I always looking for places where the locals go. For me is the quality of food and service. If your looking amazing food and...More
Small restaurant in a not so good area. No air conditioning. Breakfast was fast and good with fresh vegs in the omelet. Server pleasant. Would go back for lunch.