This is probably the most expensive and creative restaurant in town. The menu here features some fusion touches you won't find at other Belize City restaurants. I like the Parasol of Reddened Shrimp, which are coated in an Asian-style sweet and pungent glaze and served atop a rice palau. Another excellent choice is the Picasso Pork Tenderloin, which comes with a delicious jalapeño relish. You can also get thick cuts of steak and a host of other dishes. The main dining room is a second-floor space with large picture windows opening onto Belize Harbour. However, when the weather's right, I recommend grabbing one of the outdoor tables on the wooden wraparound veranda, which will put you even closer to the water. There's often live jazz music in the evenings. During the day, they feature a more modest menu with a selection of salads and sandwiches.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Highly Recommended 2010
- tel: 223-6420
- Fort St., next to the Belize Tourism Village
- Belize City
- Mon-Fri 11:30am-3pm; daily 5-11pm
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