Fifty Best Cayman Islands Restaurants
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  Cuisine: Eclectic  

ICOA FINE FOODS


Icoa means “Venezuelan Goddess of Water”. Established in 1997, the restaurant features Seafood Paella and Seared Scallops. Next-door is the Deli/Bakery with chocolates, breads and cakes.


Seven Mile Shops

Icoa Fine Foods

 

  Cuisine: Contemporary  

THE LIGHTHOUSE


Executive Chef Remy Azaved has created his menu based on summer ingredients, including Fresh Sustainable Seafood, Free Range Poultry, Humanely Raised and Handled Meats and Chemical Free Produce.

There are also cooking classes. Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.


East End

The Lighthouse

 

  Cuisine: International  

LOBSTER POT


Established in 1965 and operated by the same family for over 30 years, the Lobster Pot is the longest established restaurant on the Island.

The Pot is a fusion of lobster, giant prawns and crab. Specialties include Conch Fritters, Sesame-Seared Yellow Fin Tuna, Wahoo. The Cayman Trio-Broiled Lobster Tail, Grilled Mahi Mahi, & Garlic Shrimp are also featured.

There are 20 wines and Champagnes by the glass.


George Town

Lobster Pot

 

  Cuisine: Italian  

LUCA


The same owner as Ragazzi, in fact, the chef was formerly there. Italian cuisine served al fresco on the patio, inside, or order freshly prepared dishes sent to your villa.

The glass-enclosed wine cellar uses Venetian hand-blown glass lights. Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.


Caribbean Club, Seven Mile Beach

Luca

 

  Cuisine: American  

MICHAEL'S GENUINE


Chef Schwartz’s signature unpretentious classic American fare generously served in a laidback atmosphere.

Artisanal styled cuisine, including hearty grilled Fudge Farms Pork Chop, Duck Confit with cauliflower mash and pear raisin chutney, and wood oven-roasted local Swordfish with pancetta & lemon aioli. Presented in small to large plates that encourage family-style dining.

Possibly, the most extensive wine list on the island.


Camana Bay

Michael's Genuine

 

  Cuisine: Local  

OVER THE EDGE


Formerly "The Edge", this restaurant is known for its seafood dishes. Beautiful ocean views. The NY Times also gave it a positive review. About a 25-minute drive from George Town.


North Side

Over the Edge

 

  Cuisine: Italian  

RAGAZZI RISTORANTE


Ragazzi (“good buddies” in Italian) is owned and run by good friends Paolo Polloni and Andi Marcher. Specialties include Zuppa di Pesce and Shellfish Linguine. There is also an authentic wood-burning pizza oven.

For anyone eating alone, a nice thing to do is to eat at the bar–- even if it’s for an appetizer or a late night snack.

Has the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.


West Bay

Ragazzi Ristorante

 

THE REEF GRILL


Try the Grilled Tuna, Sea Bass or pan fried Snapper on their patio dining area. Live music on weekends.


Seven Mile Beach - at the Royal Palms Beach Club

The Reef Grill

 

  Cuisine: Italian  

RISTORANTE PAPPAGALLO


Located in a 14-acre bird sanctuary, Ristorante Pappagallo is an Italian restaurant that fuses the best of Old and New World Italian cuisine under the guidance of Chef Stephen Wagner.

The mascot is a 20-year-old African Grey Parrot named Humphrey Bogart. Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.


West Bay

Ristorante Pappagallo

 

  Cuisine: Steakhouse  

SEVEN


In the evening, the oceanfront restaurant becomes the home to the Caribbean’s finest steaks. Indoors or al fresco seating on Seven Mile Beach. Over 350 selection wine list.


Seven Mile Beach at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel

 

Seven

 



 
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