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Culinary Culture in Belize

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Belize's pre-colonial and colonial histories have contributed remarkable diversity to the country’s culinary landscape. With the Maya, Garifuna, British, Indian, Creole, and even Mennonites all calling Belize home, it's inevitable that a rich variety of traditions and tastes expresses itself most visibly—and delectably—at the Belizean table.
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Pescador Dr, San Pedro, Belize
Before I went to Belize, anyone I spoke with who had already been told me that I had to have a meal at Elvi’s Kitchen. What started out as a take-out burger window in 1974 eventually became a sit-down restaurant serving lovingly prepared...
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West St, San Ignacio, Belize
Fry bread isn't really intended to be a complete meal—it's typically served as a side—but one bite of this puffy, slightly sweet, warm bread (somewhat akin to naan) and it's easy to understand how it often holds its own as breakfast. While fry...
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Western Hwy, San Ignacio, Belize
Organic farm to table is the approach at this upscale restaurant. Between the lush landscape and the tropical fruits and vegetables growing right in Ka'ana Resort's own garden, this culinary approach makes perfect sense. So does the inspiration:...
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Baymen Ave, Belize City, Belize
Belizeans have been known to drive to Belize City for the sole purpose of eating Sumathi’s Indian food. Not only is the authentic Indian cuisine worth a trip, the long-running restaurant's lunch buffet is also one of the best deals...
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Placencia Rd, Placencia, Belize
With the Caribbean Sea practically lapping at the kitchen door, it's little surprise that the menu of Rumfish y Vino showcases seafood. Conch fritters and conch stew, crudo, fish tacos, and shrimp croquettes are among the specialties here. The...