This quaint little joint is a local favorite for lunch, but is also open for dinner and does a brisk business in takeout as well. The menu here ranges from Belizean staples like stew chicken and escabeche (a local chicken soup) to coconut curry shrimp and beef burritos. Brave souls might start things off with the cow-foot soup, but I prefer the shrimp and conch ceviche. There are daily chalkboard specials. The air-conditioned dining room features yellow and salmon painted walls, kitschy art, and tables with tablecloths covered in plastic and set with Mexican or Guatemalan place mats.