This place is also known simply as Hannah’s, though we like the Mayan name which translates roughly “let’s go eat.” Don’t be put off by the humble decor, with simple furniture and half walls with steel grating substituting for windows. The menu is massive, with a host of curries, vindaloos, and other Indian staples, mixed with a hefty dose of Chinese and Thai cuisine. Heck, you can even get burgers, burritos, Belizean fare, and big breakfasts here. Still, I recommend you come for the Indian cooking. The chef here is not shy to spice things up. The vindaloos and other fiery dishes can blow your head off if you’re not accustomed to authentic cooking. This is a great restaurant for vegetarians, with ample options to choose from.