Fine dining restaurants that serve seafood in their recipes need fresh delivery of fish, shrimps, scallops, oysters, lobster, steamed clams, shellfish, salmon, jelly fish and other saltwater and freshwater creatures. When you contact the seafood suppliers, there are several questions that you should ask to make sure that you get the fresh seafood delivery that you need to make sure your recipes taste their best. Ask the company if their seafood is fresh when it is delivered to your door, not when they catch it. If you need tropical fish that are far away and local fish that are in season, then the company will need a delivery system to make sure you get your fresh and frozen fish on time. Find out if they have an online system that lets you track the delivery. That way you can be sure your delivery reservations are going to be on time so that your authentic Jamaican and Caribbean cuisine will be available. If you have a lobster tank, then make sure they are delivered alive. Getting the fish and chips that you need means having grilled big fish that is in season, so make sure that the company brings them in directly from the islands they are caught off of. Ask if they will deliver the shrimps, steamed clams, and babel salad at the same time or if they will come separately. If they have an online ordering system, then that can make it easier for restaurants to get all of the seafood that you need.