Had a wonderful steamed kingfish with five West Indies sides, all gluten free plus ice tea for $12.50! A bargain on an island that has sticker shock to almost every place you. go. I just explained what I needed to avoid, flour, batter (systemic to most Caribbean dishes) They pan fry fish, do not grill so there is no contamination. Place looks like a hole in the wall, only two parking spaces no air conditioning but few places in the Caribbean has air conditioning. Because St. John has no chain restaurants, if you just explain to individual restaurants there that you want to eat fish with no gluten and explain what it is you can have some good meals at a lot of restaurants. Best time of year to go would be during the winter months as May was very warm, April is their rainy season. I even had a wonderful meal at the only Chinese restaurant with no soy sauce, they used tilapia, garlic brown sauce, steamed vegetables and rice. Awesome! Salads with fish were to die for at the Lime Inn too.