Fifty Best Cayman Islands Restaurants
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  Cuisine: Mediterranean  

AL LA KEBAB


Serves Mediterranean & Middle Eastern cuisine. The New York Times gave them a rave review in January 2009. Locations in Marques Plaza along Seven Mile Beach & in George Town.

George Town

Al la Kebab

 

  Cuisine: Contemporary  

ABACUS


Features a trendy bar, outdoor lounge, alfresco dining and open kitchen concept. Signature drink is the Bellini cocktail. Try the Lobster Ravioli, Maine Lobster or Jerk Salmon Filet.


Seven Mile Beach

Abacus

 

  Cuisine: Contemporary  

BLUE by ERIC RIPERT


Known as “Le Bernardin at the Beach” after the 3-Star Michelin NYC based Le Bernardin. The seafood menus are inspired by the bounty of Cayman’s fishermen, featuring locally caught and responsibly fished seafood. Three-course prix fixe menu and six-course tasting menu.

The wine cellar features more than 650 selections and is a BEST of Award of Excellence recipient from The Wine Spectator. The region's only AAA Five Diamond Award winner.


West Bay- Ritz-Carlton Hotel

Blue

 

  Cuisine: International  

THE BRASSERIE


The restaurant has their own boat called "The Brasserie Catch" heading to their secret fishing spot. Many island vegetables and fruits are picked from their own garden.

Look for locally grown and roasted suckling pig, Wahoo with breadfruit salad and local pepper sauce, Satin Snapper ceviche with their special spices, and house made ice creams.

Every Friday until 7PM “Attitude Adjustment” includes complimentary canapes with a seated neck and shoulder massage.


George Town

The Brasserie

 

  Cuisine: Local  

CALYPSO GRILL


Chef George Fowler has fresh fish coming in daily from the next-door dock. There are selections of Tuna Sashimi, Crab Cakes, Mussels, and Fresh Shrimp. For those more “Turf” orientated, Fillet of Beef, Rack of Lamb, and Veal Chop are available. Try the dessert “Sticky Toffee Pudding”, famous on the island.


West Bay

Calypso Grill

 

  Cuisine: Fusion  

CASA HAVANA


Chef George Fowler has fresh fish coming in daily from the next-door dock. There are selections of Tuna Sashimi, Crab Cakes, Mussels, and Fresh Shrimp.
For those more “Turf” orientated, Fillet of Beef, Rack of Lamb, and Veal Chop are available. Try the dessert “Sticky Toffee Pudding”, famous on the island.


At the Westin Gtrand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa

Casa Havana

 

  Cuisine: Local  

CHAMPION HOUSE


First opened in 1988, offers seafood, oxtail, curries, and hot Jamaican jerk chicken. A nice Seafood buffet.


George Town

Champion House

 

  Cuisine: Local  

CRACKED CONCH


Opened in 1981, and moved in 1995 to its current location. 2005 brought new owners who completely refurbished the restaurant. Conch Chowder, Cracked Conch, along with seafood, steaks and turtle.


West Bay - next to the Turtle Farm

Cracked Conch

 

  Cuisine: International  

GRAND OLD HOUSE


Get transported to a more genteel era in this 100 year-old plantation house (1908), right on the water’s edge.

Inventive local ingredient appetizers, and expertly prepared Caribbean classic entrees of seafood, chicken, grilled beef and chops. Try their renowned Conch Fritters, and olive oil poached Caribbean Lobster Tail. Continuous recipient of Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence. Impeccable service.


George Town

Grand Old House

 

  Cuisine: Eclectic  

HEMINGWAY'S


Casual elegance overlooking the beach. Caribbean cuisine with an inventive twist. Try the Spicy Tuna Rolls, rum-infused Coconut Shrimp, Paella, and Catch of the Day. The Key Lime Pie would make Papa proud. Extensive wine list. Reservations are recommended.


Seven Mile Beach

Hemingway's

 



 
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