The island of St Eustatius does not really have its own specialized cuisine, but there are some tasty Creole (Caribbean of African descent) options for those looking for something a little exotic. The food here is mainly influenced by the Dutch, although visitors will find a whole host of international eateries, including European, American, and Asian. While on this stunning Caribbean island, visitors should take the opportunity to try some of the local seafood, such as pickled conch shell meat, grilled fish, and the ever-popular lobster. Most of the best restaurants are located in Oranjestad, the capital city. But meals vary wildly in price depending on location. However, no duty is imposed on imported foods, so most meals are fairly priced.