A friend of mine took me here, and it was excellent. This place is right next to PSU. I guess it used to be a cart, but they're now a small restaurant.
I had the chicken and rice/beans. The beans are cooked with the rice. Not sure what they call it in Belize, but I've seen it called moro, moros y christianos, o arroz moro elsewhere. This version had a bit of coconut flavor to it. It was very tasty. The real star though was el pollo. Thighs rubbed in "Belizean spices" roasted and then stewed. They have plastic knives, but you don't need them. A child could dissect that chicken thigh with a plastic fork. Very, very tasty chicken. The plate comes with a small salad, either a mixed salad blend or arugula (which is what I went with). It comes with a small side of a citrus vinaigrette. It also comes with 1 or 2 hot sauces of your choice. They're listed on a chalkboard in order of spicy heat. They had a grapefruit hot sauce (salsa picante de toronja) that was excellent. I'm a fiend for grapefruit (as well as hot sauce) and I've never seen that before. The other hot sauces that I tried were also very good. They import them from Belize and sell them for $5 a bottle.
They do a tri-tip plate and red beans in coconut curry too. It's a small menu but I'll never work my way through it. There is no way I'll get anything but that chicken when I'm there. I could eat that every day and not get tired of it. It was really tasty, and reminded me of the Caribbean. It's now my favorite chicken plate in town, and a new hot sauce provider for me. Good stuff.