Set in the centuries-old field house of a restored Danish sugar plantation, the newly revitalized Old Stone Farmhouse is a special-occasion treat. Part of the fun is visiting the kitchen to pick out your meat or fish and hobnob with the chefs. But it’s just a kitchen, after all; you’ll want to spend as much time as possible in the atmospheric dining rooms, whether you’re seated outside in the courtyard or inside, with wood-plank floors and flickering candlelight casting shadows on native stone walls. It’s the perfect setting to enjoy one of the finest culinary experiences on the island, whether you choose to dine on some kind of exotic wild game (New Zealand elk, say, or wild boar) or a perfect, cooked-to-order steak or fish dish.