Called Habanero’s until 2018, Hibisca is a Caye Caulker classic. The food is extremely memorable and varied, from homemade pastas and Thai coconut curries, to Brazilian pork or spicy fajitas made of beef, chicken, or jerk pork. I like to start things off with the Creole Voodoo Cakes, pan-sautéed seafood cakes served with a spicy dipping sauce. The nightly specials tend to be inventive takes on whatever fresh fish and seafood has been caught that day. Heavy wooden tables are spread across the pleasant, open-air, wraparound veranda of this raised-stilt wooden home. There’s also indoor seating, but you’ll really want to try to grab one of the outdoor spots. Margaritas and sangria are served by the pitcher, and there’s a pretty good wine list for Caye Caulker. Most people find the food extremely memorable but noticeably expensive. Two downsides to dining here: it’s a bit pricey and the bathrooms need a serious upgrade.