The Cayman Island are a place to relax, enjoy the Dart paradise and eat great Hotel food. The food diversity on Grand Cayman is excellent with renowned chefs to local and family restaurants. It has it all and you will not be disappointed. If you enjoy normal American food, Caribbean food or have the taste for exotic food such as conch or turtle, you can find it here. Let’s take a look at the various restaurants that you should check out when visiting the Cayman Islands.
Breakfast – Cimboco
This cafe is a great breakfast spot. The lively colors brighten up the place and the food is excellent. The skillets are their most popular option. They also have great deals like the five items for five dollars which are a big hit. The coffee hits the spot. Mark Cuban could be spotted here enjoying some of the great coffee at Cimboco.
Lunch – Wreck Bar and Grill
This restaurant is located on Rum Point right on the beach. The outdoor seating is relaxing and when you are finished you can lay in the available hammocks. Indoor seating is also available. The Wreck Bar and Grill is famous for mud slides and the traditional Cayman food such as conch fritters and chowder along with jerk chicken. Many excursions stop at the Wreck Bar and Grill for lunch. This location could definitely catch the likes of Taylor Swift with the relaxing feel and excellent drinks.
Dinner – The Wharf Restaurant and Bar
This romantic location is great for a special evening. Located on the waterfront it marks the beginning of Seven Mile Beach. The food here is fantastic. Starting off with happy hour every from 4 pm to 7 pm including every Friday with free hors D’oeuvres. The food finds a Carribean touch and coupled with the setting you will have a magical evening. Keep an eye out for celebrities at the Wharf, as it catches the attention of Jimmy Carter when he is enjoying the Cayman Islands.
Dessert – Gelato & Co. Cremeria Italiana
The perfect stop for a day filled with food is gelato. This authentic, homemade Italian ice is light and refreshing. New flavors are made every day. They also have fresh cakes and pastries that any sweet tooth would like. Don’t worry about eating the sorbets as they are fat-free, so indulge!