Fifty Best Cayman Islands Restaurants
  Cuisine: International  


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: International  


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: International  


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: International  


Established in 1988. Try the Basil and Pistachio Crusted Sea Bass. The only Wine Cellar below the ground in all of Grand Cayman, and recognized from the Wine Spectator with their Award of Excellence. Feed the Tarpon at 9PM nightly.

Seven Mile Beach

The Wharf


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