Serving basic Mexican fare in a pleasant open-air setting, this is perennially one of the most popular restaurants in Corozal Town. The menu here is simple: Get some tacos, tostados, or salbutes (a round disc of fried corn meal, somewhat thicker than a traditional tortilla, usually topped with some shredded chicken, refried beans, or a cabbage salad), and maybe a side of rice and beans. My favorite seats are on the canvas shaded rooftop patio, although you can also grab a seat at the small counter or at heavy tables on the ground floor. 

This hard-to-miss place was once the happening nightlife spot in town, but is now best as an eatery.