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Re: Retaurants #101222
04/20/05 09:19 PM
04/20/05 09:19 PM
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ahhh ... ouuuu .... THE bakery! Try and get out with just one treat, impossible laugh

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Re: Retaurants #101223
04/23/05 12:09 PM
04/23/05 12:09 PM
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The bakery was the BOMB!!!... especially the pastry covered hot dogs. The pastry was so flaky ... we had them for breakfast w/coffee/ juice. We also had the best tostadas at Zam-bu-jos ... I'm sure I've spelled it incorrectly, but the name of the restaurant means shallow water in Maya. It is on the lagoon side ...

You can walk everywhere on the island... I love that!!!

Re: Retaurants #101224
04/25/05 04:25 PM
04/25/05 04:25 PM
Joined: Apr 2005
Posts: 5
Asheville, NC
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You're right, Skyliner - too many choices, not enogh time! In addition to your reviews... Highly recommend the fish burger at Celi's - a perfect lunch. Had excellent stew chicken/rice/beans at Micky's one night last week. And though it's not really "island food," Casa Picasso was fabulous - especially the "cracked coconut" dessert. The bakery was a great place to buy breakfast treats. Our only disappointing meal was at Las Margarita's/Duane's.

Re: Retaurants #101225
04/25/05 06:25 PM
04/25/05 06:25 PM
Joined: Sep 2002
Posts: 306
San Pablo area of san Pedro, A...
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You're right, there's a lot of great places to eat here these days! Glad to hear you enjoyed yourself, join us again!
Oh, and now some quick business:
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Re: Retaurants #101226
04/25/05 06:56 PM
04/25/05 06:56 PM
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Beautiful San Marcos, Texas
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Well Chris, make that check payable to the San Pedro Social Club, We need it and thanks for your support.


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Re: Retaurants #101227
04/25/05 11:08 PM
04/25/05 11:08 PM
Joined: Jan 2005
Posts: 99
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I found Mango's to have some pretty tasty food. In fact that was the only place I ate in town. Wanted to eat at fidos but didnt really see anything that apetizing on their menu.

Re: Retaurants #101228
04/26/05 07:46 AM
04/26/05 07:46 AM
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Posts: 476
Marie Offline
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Sweet Basil is great when you finally get tired of Belizean food. I hope the new owners maintain it's menu. I'm particularly fond of their Greek style pasta. Ambergris Delights is inexpensive and has good fish and chicken. Captain Jeff once shared his catch, which they cooked for him, with us. Yum. Micky's has a very good chimole and escabece on alternating Sundays for lunch. Also, an incredibly big Mexican plate every day. On the upscale end, I like Capricorn and Rendevous up north. I had a wonderful lunch at Mata Chica, also up north this last time. Check with Wine de Vine, they have a web site, I think it is [email protected] They have a regular upscale dinner at different resturants, I think monthly, that I never seem to be there for, but it sounds wonderful. Also, when there they have some great snacks for a picnic. I really like Jamica Jerk, especially the old one near the pier (in case you are unfamiliar with San Pedro, there are two). I was sorry to hear the one responder had a not pleasant experience there. I always have. The caye lime pie is outstanding, as is the coconut chicken. Well, actually, I've liked everything there. If you are really into meat, and I mean REALLY, try Davino's. Boy, have they got meat. A huge Argentian grill. More than any human could eat.
And, never underestimate the cinnamon buns at Ruby's.

Re: Retaurants #101229
04/26/05 08:26 AM
04/26/05 08:26 AM
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New Jersey/sanpedro
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marie my love ,the catch was prepared at stainglass pub one of the best restaurants on the island.. not ambergris delight.and if marie the owner/chef is there ,she does just wonderful things with seafood ...and sat. night italian ,night the dishes are super..but I do not eat shepard pie there .to me it is more than pub food ..

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Re: Retaurants #101230
04/26/05 08:41 AM
04/26/05 08:41 AM
Joined: Feb 2004
Posts: 2,208
san pedro, Belize
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If you want local, Antojitos is great. It's up toward Mata Rocks near some Chinese restaurants. The best breakfasts we had were at Ricos. Loved the street vendors burritos. Caliente's is also delicious. Victoria House has some pretty amazing food too. Marie is right about meat at El Devinos..I have never quite seen anything like the portions they serve.
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Re: Retaurants #101231
04/26/05 11:44 AM
04/26/05 11:44 AM
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tymish Offline
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To add from our trip 4/4 - 4/14

Elvi's was great. Shrimp special and stuffed chicken.

Casa Picasso, off the beaten path but nice ambiance and good food.

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