From the Maya language Ko-Ox Han-Nah roughly translates to "let's go eat." It's far from fancy—you eat on simple tables in what is essentially a large open-front building on busy Burns Avenue—but service is cheerful, and the food is inexpensive and well-prepared. Much of the food is raised on the farm of the Zimbabwe-born owner. In addition to the usual Belizean beans-and-rice dishes, Ko-Ox Han-Nah serves fusion food influenced by Mexican, Southeast Asian, and North
and South Indian cooking, with salads, sandwiches, burritos, Burmese dishes, Cambodian and Korean chicken dishes, and Indian lamb curries.
5 Burns Ave., San Ignacio, Belize
Oct 16, 2011
Aug. 2011, GREAT food, and the best servers in town. Now they have a deli across the street, and Great food there, ice cream , sandwiches etc. Make a point of trying their menu's. Lots of tourist activity there, meet new friends. Our second home there for the past 5 years Fred and Susan