RUNNING W RESTAURANT
The Running W Restaurant is the Hotel’s all-day dining restaurant that offers a newly remodeled air-conditioned dining hall boasting exceptional views of the hillside property. The menu is international with all the flavors and the best of Belizean cuisine featuring meats from our own family’s ranch where the restaurant got its name. Dining outdoors very often includes the visit of resident birds, including toucans that come to feed on nearby trees making for a unique “dining with the birds” experience.
OUR CURRENT OPENING HOURS:
7:00 am to 8:30 pm
If you are not an in-house guest and would like to dine at the Running W Restaurant, you are strongly encouraged to make a reservation in advance to secure your table.
Call us at 824-2034 or e-mail us details at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your dining experience.
The Lobby Bar opens to the outdoor dining area of our Restaurant and features two large flat screen televisions. The Bar is chic, offering a modern Baroque design themed décor. In this relaxed open-concept air conditioned setting, guests can enjoy an innovative selection of classic cocktails and Belizean mixology offered alongside a menu of light plates. With live music on some weekends, the Lobby Bar is the perfect place for an afternoon drink, early aperitif or late evening cocktails.
Staying in is sometimes more luxurious than being out. Our in-room dining experience brings the very best of the Running W Restaurant cuisine to the privacy and comfort of your own room or suite at the San Ignacio Resort Hotel. Indulge in a dining experience that is customized for you whether it is a pot of coffee to start the morning or a refined main course to end your day.
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Learn to Cook like the Mayans
NEWLY ADDED ON-SITE ACTIVITY
In this Maya Cooking Experience, you will learn how to prepare a succulent fish cuisine, in the same manner, the ancient Maya cooked fish thousands of years ago. The fish is cooked on a fire heart and is marinated with local and organic Belizean spices. The cooking session takes place in a newly renovated Maya house, built next to a preserved ‘Chultun’ ( a natural refrigerator used by the ancient Maya to preserve food and meats for days). Indulge in new cultural experiences at the San Ignacio Resort Hotel.