Guy Harvey’s Grill (55 South Church Water Front Street, George Town, Grand Cayman) – is restaurant is named after renowned marine wildlife artist Guy Harvey, whose paintings are part of its décor. A selection of West Indian and French cuisine is provided, served in a comfortable setting overlooking the picturesque harbor.
Cracked Conch (Northwest Point Road, West Bay, Grand Cayman) – this restaurant offers up Caribbean delights and international fare in an unparalleled setting. Signature conch specialties including tender Cracked Conch and robust Conch Chowders are served alongside new classics including Red Snapper and Short Rib Ravioli. Open the doors wide, push open those shutters and […]
Cimboco (Marquee Plaza, Lawrence Blvd., Grand Cayman) — It’s cool and relaxing yet enticing, exciting and colorful, all in one breath. I t’s a feast for the senses with an exhibition kitchen and fire burning oven. It’s a Caribbean Café celebrating the past and future of the Cayman Islands with modern and traditional combinations of […]
Britannia (Grand Cayman Beach Suites, 747 West Bay Road, Grand Cayman) — Located off Seven Mile Beach and connected to the popular Britannia Golf Course, this fun spot is great for dining alone or just to grab a coffee and a newspaper. Join a group of friends enjoying a Bloody Caesar or a casual business […]
Agua (Galleria Plaza, West Bay Road, Grand Cayman) — Cayman’s ‘Favorite Restaurant’ at Taste of Cayman Food and Wine Festival 2012 and just awarded the 3 Diamond Award from the AAA, Agua has quickly established itself as one of the leading players in Cayman’s restaurant scene. Agua has a multinational team in the kitchen, which […]
Al La Kebab (Marquee Center, Lawrence Blvd., Grand Cayman) — Al La Kebab serves Mediterranean pita wraps, salads and dips all day and into the late night. A popular place for locals and tourists alike, the items offered here have seven main ingredients (including the island’s first Falafel, Chicken, Beef & Lamb, Pork Tenderloin, and […]