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#18025 - 04/02/04 08:21 PM oh and any reccomendations on places to eat in Placencia?  
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We love food and I've heard wonderful things from this message board about the local fixins. Any reccomendations on some great dinner and lunch spots in Placencia for our May honeymoon? We're staying at the Turtle Inn - does anyone know how long the bike ride is between the resort and town? Can we walk? (We're hikers and are used to long ones... not to mention we live in SF and walk everywhere here too.)
Thank you!!
-Jody

#18026 - 04/02/04 09:54 PM Re: oh and any reccomendations on places to eat in Placencia?  
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Walk (almost) next door to the restaurant at Kitty's Place for Sunday Pebil, and good tasting food at a really fair price in a realy fab "Old Belize" atmosphere - all day every day (open from 7 am til 10 pm every day).
The bike ride from Turtle Inn to the village is maybe 7 minutes. Walking to the village on the beach is lovely - you can get a good work-out sand-walking and then feel justified in having the extra large portion of fried chicken at Cozy Corner.
I once lived in SF (and Marvelous Marin for a decade of good walks) - the big differences between there and here .........
In Belize you may be wet but you are rarely cold; In Belize everybody meets your eye as you pass - they smile and say hi. In SF the coffee is better - UNLESS you buy Gallon Jug (local) and brew it yourself fresh gound and strong -------- GJ has more smooth buzz and better taste than Starbucks. Try it.
Congrats on the upcoming wedding. Be happy and stay in love.
wink

#18027 - 04/03/04 10:31 AM Re: oh and any reccomendations on places to eat in Placencia?  
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I would try "De Thatch" restaurant on the beach. They have a great shrimp dinner and nice atmosphere right on the beach. It's a nice walk from Turtle Inn.

#18028 - 04/04/04 05:19 PM Re: oh and any reccomendations on places to eat in Placencia?  
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WE ATE AT A WONDERFUL ITALIAN RESTURANT IN FEB. DON'T RECALL THE NAME BUT JUST SOUTH ON THE WALK FROM DE THATCH- I BELIVE TURTLE IN ALSO HAS A VERY UPSCALE ITALIAN RESTURANT BUT HAVE'NT EATEN THERE.DITO ON THE CHICKEN AND CONCH FRITTERS AT COZY CORNER.WE HAVE ENJOYED THE FOOD AND SERVICE AT THE GALLEY- IT'S BESIDE THE SOCER FIELD. GREAT BREAKFAST AT THE PURPLE SPACE MONKEY. PLEASE TRY A LUNCH AT PICKLED PARROT OR A LIGHT DINNER AND TELL THE GANG THE GRAFFICES FROM OHIO MISS THEM AND CAN'T WAIT TO RETURN. WE LOVE PLACENCIA AND CERTAINLY WISH YOU THE BEST ON YOUR UPCOMING ADVENTURE TO BZE


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#18029 - 04/04/04 06:34 PM Re: oh and any reccomendations on places to eat in Placencia?  
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The Italian Restaurant next to De Tatch is called Trattoria Placencia and is very good with homemade pasta.

#18030 - 04/05/04 01:52 PM Re: oh and any reccomendations on places to eat in Placencia?  
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Try a place called Wendy's in Placencia town. We also stayed at the Turtle Inn. The food there is excellent but I wouldn't exactly call it a taste of Belize. Wendy's has great food and the people (as usual in Belize) are very friendly.

#18031 - 04/05/04 03:34 PM Re: oh and any reccomendations on places to eat in Placencia?  
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Excellent! Thank you so much for all of your suggestions. We really appreciate it. It's hard to imagine we'll be there in less than 1 month from today!

#18032 - 04/05/04 06:51 PM Re: oh and any reccomendations on places to eat in Placencia?  
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Actually I think it's spelled Wende. She's had the Pickled Parrot for years. And of course Placencia is a village, not a town. (Belize has cities, towns and villages, designations based on population.)

Trattoria Placencia serves great homemade pasta.

The new owners at Luba Hati are doing a good job with the restaurant there.

If you get a hankering for things like grilled lobster, New York strip and good wine, it's hard to beat Robert's Grove, which has its own wine cellar.

I agree with Diane -- Kitty's restaurant is always a good choice. By the way, the owners of Mariposa next door to Kitty's are refugees from Marin County.

--Lan Sluder
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#18033 - 04/05/04 06:51 PM Re: oh and any reccomendations on places to eat in Placencia?  
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And of course for cheap food, mostly Creole, Omar's is well known.

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#18034 - 04/05/04 06:52 PM Re: oh and any reccomendations on places to eat in Placencia?  
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And if you're up toward Maya Beach, Mangos is still good.

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