Grand Cayman Restaurant Guide
There is no shortage of Grand Cayman restaurants. From fine dining to roadside fish fry’s, here is a list of 13 of my favorites. The only criteria is that the restaurants are all located within a 30 minute drive from A Mid-Winter Night’s Dream vacation condo in the Rum Point area of Cayman. Therefore, my guide to dining in Cayman is geared towards the districts of North Side, East End and Bodden Town. I intend to frequently update and improve this post, so please check back. Perhaps I’ll eventually include establishments in Georgetown and Seven Mile Beach.
Tuesday to Saturday
Lunch: Noon – 2:30pm
Dinner: 5.30 pm – closing
Sunday brunch: 11:30am – 3 pm
Description: The Lighthouse in Cayman is an iconic restaurant with stunning views over the water and an outstanding menu that features a creative mix of fresh, local seafood and Italian cuisine. Charismatic owner Giuseppe Gatta ensures the food is cooked to perfection, stocks an impressive wine cellar and never fails to make you feel like one of the family.
Grape Tree Cafe
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Fri & Sat 12pm – 9pm
Sun & Public Holidays 12pm – 8pm
Description: A favorite among locals and visitors alike Grape Tree Café is sure to please your taste buds with delicious Caribbean delights like fried fish and fritters, fried bread fruit and chicharron to name a few!
Over The Edge
Description: Located in Old Man Bay, Over The Edge is a favorite of locals and tourists. Excellent food, moderately priced, with outdoor seating on the patio.
Dinner Only 5pm – 10pm Tuesday thru Sunday (closed Mondays)
Description: Bombay Chopsticks is Chef Remy’s newest Fusion Cuisine. Our Cooking Blends the Comfort of Chinese food with Spices of India. Every dish is Cooked to Order and Spiced to your Preference.
There are many Grand Cayman restaurants to suit pretty much every taste. You will find everything from roadside BBQs and Fish Fry’s, quaint local establishments and fine dining. There is something for everyone, every meal, and every mood.