The Cayes and Atolls Restaurants

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Cayes and Atolls - browse our top choices for Restaurants during your stay.

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  • 1. Ana's Aladdin's Cuisine

    $$ | Middle Eastern

    Enjoy stove-fresh pita bread, skewers of shrimp with onions and parsley grilled in a boat of foil, and creamy hummus, made by the charming chef...Read More

  • 2. Belize Chocolate Company

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    Those who dream in chocolate, this one's for you. Owners Chris Beaumont and Jo Sayer work with over 500 Maya cacao farms (in a handful...Read More

  • 3. Black and White Garifuna Restaurant and Cultural Center

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    Here's a place unlike any other on the island: from the homemade bundiga (green banana dumplings) to drumming presentations on cedar and mahogany drums, Black...Read More

  • 4. Briana's Food Place

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    If you’re hankering for a steaming bowl of cow-foot soup or just a good old plate of succulent stew chicken, join San Pedranos on their...Read More

  • 5. DandE's Frozen Custard & Sorbet

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    This beloved parlor is your place for creamy custards and cooling sorbets—all homemade and so dense that they resist quick melting. Custard is made with...Read More

  • 6. Errolyn's House of Fry Jacks

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    Fry jacks are those puffy pillows of fried dough served at breakfast; here they come stuffed with a slew of options, from egg and ham...Read More

  • 7. Namaste Café

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    After a pineapple-ginger-lime smoothie in this restful thatch café, pop up to the rooftop at 9 am for drop-in yoga. What better way to start...Read More

  • 8. Sunset Palace Beach Club

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    Tucked away from the main strip, Sunset Palace is a welcome alternative to the spring break vibes and #saltlife scene of other Secret Beach bars....Read More

  • 9. Amor y Café

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    Here is the island's classic spot for a warm smile, coffee (including espresso), and a morning bite to eat. Sit on the cozy porch, people-watch...Read More

  • 10. Annie's Pastries

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    Snug as a pink box of pastries, Annie's is open only in the late afternoon and evening and offers empanadas, sandwiches, and miniloaves of banana...Read More

  • 11. Antojito's San Telmo

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    Step off the tourist trail and have a lunch of stew chicken, stew beans, and coconut rice peppered in Marie Sharp's at this no-frills restaurant...Read More

  • 12. Aurora's Bar & Grill

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    Want to step a little off the tourist trail? Head over to Aurora's––she's one of the first to plant her flag at Secret Beach, and...Read More

  • 13. Chef Juan's Kitchen and Pastries

    $$

    Plunk down at a mint-green picnic table and tuck into a coconut curry, grilled fish, or––better yet––a meringue-topped key lime pie (probably the island's best)....Read More

  • 14. Estel's Dine by the Sea

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    Build your ideal breakfast from a mix-and-match chalkboard menu at San Pedro's most classic breakfast spot, famous for its fry jacks served with honey and...Read More

  • 15. Lone Star Grill and Cantina

    $$ | American

    If you’re in need of a fried steak sandwich or a big screen to watch baseball, here you’ll find both. Lone Star Grill and Cantina, run by a...Read More

  • 16. Manelly's Ice Cream

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    There's nothing glossy about Manelly's, aside from your ice cream melting in the cone, and that's what makes this spot charming. Have a cheap coconut...Read More

  • 17. Mesa Bistro

    $$

    The air-conditioned setting feels more United States than Caribbean, but Mesa plates up delicious change-of-pace dishes like churro-spice pancakes or, for lunch, sweet potato tacos....Read More

  • 18. Reina's

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    At any given time, two or three generations of the owner's family staff this outdoor eatery, which serves some of the best pineapple shrimp and...Read More

  • 19. Robin's Kitchen

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    Line up beside the smoking grill for a delicious, no-nonsense plate of jerk chicken with sides. Homemade sauce is dished from a big plastic mixing...Read More

  • 20. Sip n' Dip Beach Bar

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    The less rowdy competitor of Lazy Lizard, Sip n' Dip is a playful spot to kick it in the water, rum punch in hand. Though...Read More

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