Go. And if you go, you'll end up going again, despite the dizzying array of appealing spots in Placencia Village. When we arrived in town, we asked several locals where the "don't miss" spots were, and everyone named this place -- for good reason, we discovered. It has the hard-to-find blend of gourmet food, an exotically beautiful setting, and warm and friendly service. By the time we left, we were full (with leftovers, portions are ample), happy, and well-acquainted with the owner, Sabrina, who delights in turning her customers into friends. My husband is somewhat of a "gumbo aficionado," and remarked that it was the best he had ever had. I felt the same about the tempura wild grouper tenders with scampied garlic butter-lime sauce and gingered rice. Just outstanding. You'll have to look for the entrance (on left side of main village road as you drive south, see photo), but once through the archway, you are truly in a hidden garden of culinary delights. Dinner only. Full Bar. Great Sangria (red or white). You'll love it.