The lack of really good places to eat makes people get excited about this but it is really not all that good.
Yes the pasta is fresh but this means you have to wait quite a long time for food. There are no starters or nibbles to keep you going. Your main courses may be 10 or 15 mins apart from your fellow diners.
The food was nice, better than the usual island fare but the portion and presentation was average. The garlic bread as mentioned by others is a pretty pathetic offering.
The only desert on offer was Tiramisu and as I don't like coffee it left me a little hungry.
They do have a decent wine selection, but you don't come to Belize to drink over priced wine.
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