The farther you go from Grand Cayman's busy docks, the more peace and quiet you'll find. At Stingray City (actually a sandbar), stingrays swim alongside you in the tranquil waters. Closer to town, travelers report finding some of the best massage and spa services anywhere in the Caribbean.
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4.5 based on 2 reviews
Be prepared for a wonderful dining experience when you visit Casanova. The location on the beach overlooking the water sets the tone for the wonderful food and service. Everything is good, deciding is difficult. I had a linguini with shrimp, lobster and calamari and it had wonderful flavor and the portion was plentiful. The sticky toffee pudding for dessert is the best on the island. The wine list is very nice and encompasses a price range that is very fair for the Caymans. I will be back again and again and highly recommend this outstanding restaurant. Lastly you are treated as family and the do a nice feeding of the tarpons and let children join in the experience
4.5 based on 597 reviews
Indisputably, Grand Cayman's premier restaurant. Blue by Eric Ripert is where both guests and Caymanians come to be beguiled by true epicurean artistry Seafood menus inspired by the bounty of Cayman's fishermen Featuring locally-caught and responsibly-fished seafood Select from a three course prix fixe menu, four course set menu, or a seven course Eric Ripert Tasting Menu Wine cellar featuring more than 800 selections Awards: AAA Five Diamond Award 2006-2015 Wine Spectator - Best of Award of Excellence 2008-Present
My wife and I had the opportunity to dine at Blue during a recent stay at the Ritz Carlton in Grand Cayman. This restaurant is not to be missed.From start to finish an absolutely amazing experience. The staff was friendly and engaging. The sommelier was knowledgeable and they had an absolutely incredible wine list. There were options regarding tasting menus. We went with the “blue” menu which was centered around locally sourced fish. It was one of the finest tasting menus that I’ve ever experienced. We did it with the wine pairings which were all carefully and beautifully matched. The flavors were delicate and the fish was perfectly prepared often served with absolutely delicious French style sauces to add an extra layer of richness. We also went with the additional $50 truffle shavings which was well worth it. I have been to LeBernardin and found this restaurant to be much more relaxed and less “business like“. The decor was beautiful. The pre-dinner craft cocktail was absolutely amazing. Again highly recommend this restaurant which is a true jewel in Grand Cayman.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Copper Falls Steakhouse presents one of the most unique and innovative menus ever seen. Not only does every entrée include a complimentary martini, well-drink or beer, you also get to choose which vegetables and starch you prefer – plus each steak dinner has a choice of six different sauces. From an 8-ounce Filet to a 28-ounce Porterhouse, our Certified Angus Beef steaks are hand-cut and aged 28 days before grilling to your liking. If you fancy something other than steaks, our menu also offers Rack of Lamb, Center-Cut Pork Chop, various chicken and seafood dishes, as well as several vegetarian dishes.
What a pleasant surprise to visit Copper Falls Steakhouse, very unexpected and surprisingly good. Service, food and property was very nice.
Even eating on the side where the bar was, was quiet and easy conversation. Apps were great. I had escargot, very classically prepared and of course a ribeye, perfectly seasoned and seared. Wine selection was very well rounded and surprisingly affordable. All in all, Copper Falls was a great find and will definitely be making some Reservations there on our next trip down. You should too.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
On crossing the wooden bridge that leads to Ristorante Pappagallo, you will see swimming beneath there are sleek silvery tarpon, always on the lookout for scraps from the kitchen. You are thus, thrown into a world of the exotic, even before reaching the front door!Then, as you enter the spacious foyer, you're met at the front door by an African gray parrot, humorously called Humphrey Bogart. He is one of the oldest Pappagallo employees with over ten years experience in welcoming guests and posing for photos (especially with the little ones!). You will then immediately notice the inviting and well-stocked bar, decorated in an art deco style, where customers can take pre-dinner drinks or enjoy an after dinner drink in a cool and inviting atmosphere. On your right hand side, lies one of our two dining rooms, the Pappagallo Room. Inside, the impressive high ceiling will grab your attention, with its typical Mexican-style thatching. Wrought iron lights gently illuminate the air-conditioned room and huge glass-fronted bird cages feature all around the walls housing live parrots, macaws, cockatoos and African grays, all vying for your attention. The walls are also decorated with colorful pictures of parrots and a giant turtle shell which came from a 500 pound green sea turtle, which was raised in Cayman at West Bay's Turtle Farm. All this, and a great view of the waterfall cascading into the lagoon directly outside the room... how can you possibly forget that you are dining in a tropical paradise? On your left hand side of the foyer is the Flamingo Room, also with a fabulous thatched roof, this time in a traditional Cayman style. The entire roofing used 100,000 fronds and took over 6 months to construct - no mean feat. The Flamingo Room is left open to catch the cooling breeze, but is air-conditioned when the weather dictates. Here, you can enjoy a fabulous panoramic view over the lagoon. Large prints of flamingos decorate the walls and again, wrought iron lights lend their soft glow.Beyond this room lies a third eating area, the Garden Patio, a large screened- in porch where diners eat al fresco during the cooler winter months. This also has a magnificent lagoon view and Pappagallo usually caters for large parties & weddings here.
Decent dinner restaurant with a beautiful ambiance. The water view is very nice. The appetizers were amazing and by far our favorite part of the meal. The portobello mushroom app and pumpkin ravioli app were delicious. The main course was just so-so. Dessert was also just okay. The service was great.
4.5 based on 735 reviews
My partner and I visited for a Birthday dinner in the middle of the week. We have dined here several times in the past and always had a good to great experience. This one turned out to be more on the "great" end.
Julia, our server, was a wonderful representative of the business. She was cheerful, polite and extremely knowledgeable about all of the offerings on the menu.
I started with a Cayman Swanky (a cocktail that I discovered here), and the curried carrot soup, followed by the Beef Wellington, and the Panna Cotta for dessert. Everything was cooked to perfection, and plated very nicely. Flavours were perfectly on point.
I love the approach of this place - they own their own fishing boats, bee hives, chicken coup and Gardens, and they source everything else from small producers. They care passionately about their food, and that shows. For people who really care about food, this is one of, if not the best restaurant on Grand Cayman, in my opinion.
5 based on 432 reviews
Upstairs at Kaibo is renowned as a regal and refined restaurant, where grand plantation house design meets its match in the kitchen. Lauded by locals as the Islands finest restaurant, the restaurant chefs cook up a storm, whilst diners enjoy the spectacular sea view, making for the perfect island waterfront dining experience. Post indulgence at Cayman’s most extensive rum bar is worth it for any occasion. Disappear into an oversized couch in one of the many drinking nooks, order a “Smoking Gun” cocktail, and inhale an enigmatic fog from your personal rum bottle. Kick back, relax, and feel at home. You are Upstairs at Kaibo.
We had dinner at Kaibo upstairs while staying on the North Side. Service was excellent, even redundant at times. The food was wonderful; my wife, who is not generally a fish eater, loved the Mahi. Drinks were good, too. We thought that the pricing was...MoreThank you for your review and we are delighted that you enjoyed your experience with us, we really hope to welcome you back again soon.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Our opening hours are: Monday to Thursday: From 3pm onwards Friday to Sunday: From 11:30 onwards. We serve Lunch on Friday & Saturday and Sunday Brunch from 12 to 3. We have Happy hour PIZZAS from 3 to 5 EVERYDAY - 50% OFF all pizzas Happy hour Drinks from 5 to 7 EVERYDAY - 50% off, beers, mixed drinks, cocktails & wine by the glass.
This is the best restaurant in the 7 mile Beach area by far. Try and get Karen as your server because she's fantastic. Great food, great atmosphere, very welcoming attitude unlike, unfortunately, some of the other service places on the island. Check it out!
4.5 based on 600 reviews
Welcome to Bombay Chopsticks, 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
We r here on the last evening of Bombay Chopsticks
What a loss. It’s superb. Had the seafood curry, my husband the the seafood platter. Both superb. The curry was awesome. Perfectly spiced. Seafood excellent.
This chef is creative and skilled. Hope to experience his food again
4.5 based on 311 reviews
Modern. Responsible. Delicious. Bread and Chocolate is the first full-service vegan restaurant in the Cayman Islands providing healthy all-day breakfast and lunch alternatives for health-conscious and eco-conscious diners. All breads, desserts, sauces etc. Are made in house. Organic and local produce featured where and whenever possible. Located in the centre of the financial district of George Town. Parking is very limited so plan for a short walk from your car if you drive any day other than Saturday (loads of street parking available on weekends). Bus terminal is next door so it is strongly encouraged to take one of the municipal "buses" which are, for the most part, mini-vans with stickers on them - the EE (East End) bus is more of the typical style bus. Taking the bus is greatly encouraged since it's better for the environment, way cheaper than a cab and is a unique experience on it's own. Some pay parking available at the Town Centre Plaza on Albert Panton Street and behind Bayshore Mall. Table service and take out available. Open Monday through Friday from 8 a.M. To 4 p.M., Saturdays, Sundays and most public holidays from 9 a.M. To 2 p.M.
We had the Black been tacos, excellent! This is our second visit and great both times. I’m usually not much of a vegetarian but this place has a good thing going. I can see it has a local following and it was full, today is holiday in GC.
5 based on 419 reviews
Amazing family run business. Enjoyed an adventure of stewed turtle on my first visit and then returned later in the week to try their jerk chicken. A must stop. We took ours home and had it for dinner. They have a lovely outdoor Seating area if you wish to eat onsite.
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