Top ten restaurants in the Cayman Islands for your visit

There’s a lot to do in the Cayman Islands, the weather is perfect for every type of activity, and the Islands offer a lot of activities to do. All of the fun requires fuel, and there are plenty of awesome restaurants to choose from. No matter what your tastes or dietary restrictions, you’re sure to find more than one restaurant that will tempt your taste buds. Here are a few places to explore, perfect for any budget.

Fine Dining Feasts

Kaibo is a fine dining restaurant located near Rum Point Beach. This is a highly regarded restaurant with a near perfect 5-star rating from over 300 Trip Advisor ratings.

Blue by Eric Ripert is located in the Ritz-Carlton of Georgetown. The restaurant has all the elegance expected of a Ritz restaurant with diners raving about the service and excellent Caribbean cuisine served every night.

Famous for its Caribbean flair and cuisine, The Brasserie’s menu is a favorite of both tourists and locals. Diners are very complimentary of the tuna tartar, the chocolate chip cookie, and the carrot cake.

Ristorante Pappagallo is located on a secluded lagoon in Westbay. Diners rave about the asparagus appetizers and the homemade gnocchi with pine nuts and gorgonzola.

Blue Cilantro in Grand Cayman offers Indian-French fusion cuisine. Diners rave about the naan bread with the variety of chutneys. The blackened grouper and snapper are also very popular.

Easier-on-the-wallets Eats

Kurt’s Corner is located in Northside, near Old Man Bay. The no-walls, outdoor eating gazebo lends itself to the laid back atmosphere of the islands, and it’s a favorite lunch spot for locals and visitors.

Heritage Kitchen in West Bay may look like a small shack, but it’s big on tasty food and relaxed atmosphere. Visitors are able to taste authentic Cayman cuisine at very reasonable prices.

Eats Cafe on Grand Cayman has funky signage on the outside, but its menu has both local and familiar plates. You’ll find traditional fare like hamburgers and hotdogs as well as local Cayman cuisine.

If you like barbecue, you’ll like Dukes on the non-beach side of Seven Miles Beach. The BBQ house is famous for the usual BBQ meats but also for their jerk chicken and short ribs braised in local beer.

Calico Jack’s Bar and Grill is a lively restaurant and bar located right on the water. It’s a favorite to catch local and international sports broadcasts, and visits from Ken Dart.