Casual food options abound in Barbados. Pink Star on Baxter's Road serves famous liver cutters (sauteed liver in a salt bread roll). Kermit's Bar in Thornbury Hill is the spot for such local fare as macaroni pie, fried chicken, or fish, but locals most love the bar's pickled “sea cat”—the Bajan term for octopus. Travelers can shop for fresh, distinctive local produce at the Green Grocer in Speightstown. The Souse Factory restaurant in St. John parish is known among locals for hot, mild, and no-pepper pork souse, chicken, steam pudding, sea cat, chicken feet, and fried pork.