Where to Eat on the Beautiful Island of Caye Caulker Belize
Caye Caulker, a small island off the north-central coast of Belize, has a wonderfully quaint atmosphere with that tiny village vibe. If you’re looking for a quiet, laid back island experience, I highly recommend it as an ideal home base for your next holiday.
Caye Caulker, Belize is also one of my favorite snorkeling destinations. On a recent trip, My husband and I, had the opportunity to try many of the island’s eclectic restaurants. Some were quite memorable and many were great bargains.
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Tropical Paradise – Luciano Reyes St.
Despite the cheesy name Tropical Paradise Restaurant was actually quite nice. All the seating is outside (under cover) and just a few yards from the ocean. Because of its open-air design, you could feel the ocean breeze while dining, which added to the island feel. The service was good and the food was excellent. In all we sampled the grilled barracuda steak, whole snapper, lobster kabob and pork chops. (We ate here twice during our week-long stay.) It was an excellent value. See Tropical Paradise on Trip Advisor.
Marin Restaurant – Luciano Reyes St.
Marin Restaurant resides on a covered deck on the upper floor of a building. Both the service and food could stand some improvement. We were the only customers there at the time of our visit, yet we only saw our waiter twice. We had the grilled lobster and fried chicken. Both were considerably overdone but still edible. We did not return after our first visit. See Marin Restaurant on Trip Advisor.
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