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You will find many chic restaurants offering quality cuisine in an atmosphere quite remote from the usual Caribbean ambience. The most popular cuisine is French cuisine, enjoyed by the many American visitors of the island. It would be a shame not to taste the Creole specialities though, particularly since many restaurants, in Gustavia as well as on the rest of the island, still serve them. Blaff, a fresh fish dish macerated in lemon and spice juice and crabs, fed and stuffed with tropical fruits, are both excellent. Grilled shark, lobsters and other seashells, as well as Creole pork pudding and rice are good enough reasons to take a break from French cuisine for a while.