We stopped here again on 15 February 2013, and once again, spent most of the afternoon. We sat at a table, under the palm trees, on the beach. We watched the people stroll by, the birds, sea and sky. Occasionally waded into the water to cool off, and joked with the staff and the vendors selling hand-made wooden crafts. The staff was fun, low key - and did not seem in a hurry to 'get rid of us'....as we relaxed thru the afternoon. We ate a very nice shrimp ceviche, and an order of Belize beans and rice with stewed chicken. I ordered the beans and rice dish because it was a local dish. The plate was heaped - and it came with two good sized pieces of (tender) chicken (1 dark & 1 white), a large scoop of slaw, half of a grilled plantain, and the rice and beans. The spices were much more mild than Cajun or Creole, almost like a jerk. It was also very reasonable at $15 Belize ($7.50 US). I'd love to spend another afternoon with them!
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