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Nerries just off Queen Street near the swing bridge.  Great traditional Belizean food.


Marva's, to your right after crossing the swing bridge, Also good Belizean food.


Annie's Lunchbox a couple of blocks down Albert Street.


Bird's Isle down past the Anglican church (walkable but a bit of a hike though)


Mimis down Albert Street before the church (more Americanized dining)


Going right out of the Tourism Village toward the lighthouse and Belize sign you'll find Martha's Cafe.  Gets good reviews.  Or for a fun environment theres the 501Hub around the corner from Martha's on Cork Street.

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