- Cuisines: Caribbean, Mexican, Latin American
- El Manati was originally built in the late 1800s, constructed in the local traditional timber style, using hard wood shipped from Belize. After a brief spell as a mechanic's workshop in the 1990s, it was converted into the much-loved local restaurant that you find today.An acclaimed gourmet a la carte menu is available from 12 midday until 11pm daily and includes a delicious range of appetizers, salads, pastas, baguettes, main dishes and desserts. For lunch, an economical 'comida corrida' menu is available from 12 midday until 6pm. The lunch menu includes soup, fresh bread, fresh fruit drinks and your choice of lunch main course. Thursday and Saturday nights often see dancing and live music from local bands after 9pm. The restaurant also has a small bar and a lounge under a 'palapa' thatch roof upstairs - it may also be hired as a venue for events.
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