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Restaurants in San Pedro

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Restaurants in San Pedro

Arriving Ramon's Village on Dec. 26. Looking for reasonably priced restaurants. Any suggestions? I have picked up George's Kitchen and Sunset Grill from Trip Advisor.

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We like the Reef restaurant in the town. It has a sand floor and great seafood. Yummy!!

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Thanks so much!

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Plenty of reasonale places. Waraguma's in town, El Patio, any of the streeet vendors, Lion's Club bar-b-que. Caramba's, Caliente, Celi's. Ramon's prices are in US$, most others in Bz.$, be careful if you roder at Ramon's.

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You have to eat at Waraguma's... their shrimp burrito is to die for. we were in San Pedro 4 days and we ate there three times!!! Don't expect much from the atmosphere of the place though!

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Wepre in San Pedro now. Just got home from a wonderful meal at Hidden Treasure. You won't find it if you don't know where you're going, so take a cab. Four of us went, four different meals, all were very good. Not cheap, but certainly no more expensive than Ramon's.

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We also just returned from San Pedro. I will second two of the sugestions.

The Reef for inexpensive good food and service downtown. Take some time to talk with Gabriel. Gave us some good sugestions for our time there.

Hidden Treasures is just that. Only place we ate at twice the whole time we were there. Seven of us, about six different dinners over two nights, all great. BTW We had no trouble finding it. Driving south out of town there is a sign off the main road and then signs right to it. Hard to see at night but we did fine.

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El Patio.

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BCs Bar for their Sunday BBQ is excellent. Choices of chicken, ribs, seafood (conch or lobster - depending on what season it is) and a combo. I like El Patio, Jambels Jerk Pit for reasonable meals also.

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