Although having a meal in a community centre might not sound very appealing we strongly recommend you have lunch here at least once during your stay on the island and not just because local dishes are ridiculously cheap at around $6 each. Basically Kushina di Flor is nothing more than an unattractive inner courtyard with three plastic tables with plastic tablecloths and some plastic chairs. Luckily the authentic cuisine and general atmosphere is a great island experience. Just throw caution to the wind and order Piska ku more, Aros ku Bokel and Bakiou ku tutu that taste as good as they sound. The building is a second home for the elderly from the colourful Fleur di Marie neighbourhood and many schoolchildren also eat lunch here.