Here is a small little place to remember if you find yourself one mid-day in Saint-François with a little time to spare for lunch. Le Vieux Port, opposite the ferry terminal, has been welcoming tourists and local customers alike for over 20 years in a typical Creole setting. Indian-born chef Odile Mounigadou takes pleasure in combining the flavours of her native lands with those of the Caribbean. This results in an inventive cuisine, inspired by seafood, of course, but which also revisits some local classics: Flan d’oursin, Blaff de Burgot. The Ti’punch with honey and sugarcane juice will ensure that you enjoy your wait for your meal.