The Cayman Islands is known as the ‘Culinary Capital of the Caribbean’ and Grand Cayman proves this statement true with dozens of fabulous restaurants to satisfy your every craving.
Ave – Coastal Mediterranean cuisine highlighting fresh local seafood and produce. Wondering where to go for Sunday brunch in Cayman? Look no further than Ave for a diverse spread featuring global flavours complimented by bottomless bubbles and artisanal cocktails.
Avecita – Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa’s signature dinner only restaurant. Enjoy a unique theatrical dining experience where Spanish tapas and inventive small plates are paired with rare and iconic wines and creative handmade cocktails that blend local produce with premium liquors.
Coccoloba – A unique Mexican restaurant in Grand Cayman famed for its tacos and ceviche, it’s the perfect place to enjoy margaritas and spectacular sunsets.
Though relatively new to the Grand Cayman restaurant scene, these outlets have definitely made an impact with Avecita named as one of CNN Traveler’s best new restaurants for 2017.
In the mood for delicious seafood? Look no further than Blue by Eric Ripert at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. Located on Seven Mile Beach, this fine dining gem is the Caribbean’s only AAA Five Diamond restaurant and stalwart of the Grand Cayman dining scene.
Seafire is also near to Camana Bay, a vibrant town centre home to more than a dozen restaurants, cafes, markets and specialty shops. Featuring everything from grab-and-go lunches at Bay Market, casual-yet-elegant bistro fare at Lola Bistro, mouth-watering Indian delicacies at Pani Indian Kitchen, and delicious locally made gelato at Gelato & Co, Camana Bay has a selection of food sure to please even the fussiest of palates.
Health food lover? Be sure to stop in at Jessie’s Juice Bar for a healthy smoothie and some life-changing avocado toast.
Like your food with a view? Then you’ll love the waterfront restaurants overlooking the Camana Bay harbour: The Brooklyn Pizza and Pasta, Karoo and The Waterfront Urban Diner.
At the Brooklyn Pizza and Pasta, the name says it all. This family friendly Grand Cayman restaurant serves up delicious wood-fired pizzas and pastas with a Caribbean twist.
A popular happy-hour destination, Karoo serves up designer cocktails and a range of small plates, pizzas and sliders perfect for sharing.
The Waterfront Urban Diner offers a range of comfort food from breakfast to burgers.
If you’re up for dining further afield, hop on a quick Cayman Ferries water taxi at the Camana Bay harbour and take a scenic boat ride to Kaibo Upstairs Restaurant where you can enjoy a seasonally inspired a la carte menu and indulge in a tipple from the largest selection of rare rums on island.
There are so many great options for dining out on Grand Cayman, but sometimes you just want to stay in and with each of The Residences at Seafire featuring its own private patio with a view, we can’t say we blame you.
For delicious nights at home, order in from Seafire’s private dining or check out Grand Cayman’s two online food delivery hubs: Island Grub and [Fine Dine-In] offering delivery from some of the island’s best restaurants.