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Party of 10 on Christmas Eve. Waited 2.5 hours for the first plate to be served. The tablecloth was fill of food scraps from other diners. The sauce was gloopy.The toilets stank. Only good thing is none of us got sick.
If you only walk by on the street, without stopping in, you would never find the treasure setting in back: a beautiful garden that backs up to the town center/visitor welcome.
The food is distinctive: Caribbean flavors, American menu choices, a taste of Sri Lanka...More
We did not have a good experience at Serendib. None of our food was very tasty and the service was extremely slow. The worst part was that they had a VISA sign on the door and we fully expected to pay by credit card -...More
Service is a bit slow, but the place has a nice vibe, and the food is good. I went for a late lunch (early dinner?) around 4-5 PM. Got a fruit juice, had a coconut sambal and a soup, which was pretty filling. They have...More
It was Dec. 26, Boxing Day, and many places were closed. We were happy to have anything to eat! However, we waited more than an hour and a half for our food. When we finally got our food, we had the wrong orders. We ate...More
I visited this restaurant on 12/26/2018 along with my fiancé. We are African-American and Hispanic. We walked in and no one acknowledged us, so we seated ourselves. The waiters saw us sitting there, but still did not bring a menu for us. A Caucasian family...More
When we sat down they told us an hour wait for the two plates of food, but it took TWO AND A HALF HOURS. We were starving and BEGGING them to bring us bread or chips or SOMETHING, ANYTHING to eat. The staff acted defensive...More
The only good thing about the place is that it's in the amazing country of Belice.
Apart from that, the food has a very low quality and zero taste (be careful with the "juices", are diluted with tap water), the prices are incredibly high for...More