healthy EATS :: rESTAURANT Reviews
food = world peace?
Sounds crazy, I know, but it just may be the answer! 🙂
Food is an awesome portal to adventure and learning about others. New ingredients and spices can open up your palette and mind. Serving and eating customs may reveal mindset and culture. The creation of dishes and migration of spices are lessons in history.
All of this can lead to a better understanding of others, which inevitably breaks down barriers. Bam! World peace! I’ll now accept that Nobel Peace Prize, thankyouverymuch.
For most of us, eating healthy tests the outer limits of our self control. There are some folks out there who actually don’t like chocolate and love salads with no dressing (and we must learn to forgive these lost souls). For the rest of us, eating healthy is tough, and eating out healthy is even harder, but a little discipline, moderation, and smarts go a long way in creating good habits.
You may find my Good Eats Philosophy helpful in maintaining healthy eating habits. It is not specific to any one type of diet or restriction, and it has lots of nice food pictures for reference.
In my restaurant reviews, I include the dishes I ordered, which are generally healthier options – although I must admit not every dish is healthy, and I do appreciate my desserts!
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An upscale restaurant in a luxury lodging. With its field to table concept, Grove House offers fresh ingredients in their dishes and provides quality food at a reasonable price for cuisine of this caliber.
A tiny little Indian/Nepalese restaurant hidden away in Belmopan where you absolutely cannot beat the customer service of owner, Raj.
Small, unassuming mom & pop with good quality food and good value. Solid choice for a meal in San Ignacio.
A middle-of-the-road tourist restaurant/bar serving Belizean, Indian, and Sri Lankan food. Open during holidays and located in central San Ignacio.
A tiny mom & pop restaurant offering a true taste of Belize with Mayan, Caribbean, Garifuna, and Latin Mestizo spices/dishes.
A simple local mom & pop restaurant that’ll feed you on Christmas day when everyone else is closed.
(broken down geographically)