Find out what Caribbean restaurants to try in Cayman Brac. Home to fruit bats, herons, wild green parrots and an abundance of tropical foliage, the 12-mile-long island of Cayman Brac boasts more than 170 caves and 1400 inhabitants. Named for the imposing limestone bluff, or Brac in Scottish Gaelic, that looms 140 feet above the sea, the middle Cayman offers spectacular diving at Wilderness Wall and Peter's Cave. Emerald green parrots flock at National Trust Parrot Reserve. To discover some of the island's secrets, take a taxi, hop on a bike or trot on foot.
Things to do in Cayman Brac
Tiger Bay Cafe offers a variety of your favorite local and latin cuisine.
Please note - Lemon Bar and Restaurant is temporarily closed. A casual, beachside dining spot at Beach Soleil, featuring Le Soleil dâOrâs signature farm-to-table dishes and cocktails, that are sure to complement your experience at our secluded beach club.
3 based on 16 reviews
Our hotel recommended La Esperanza when we asked about a good place on the northeast side of the island. They might as well have said there was nothing there. This may have been a local Caymanian adventure, but it was a poor meal, and trying to navigate the weirdness of it was slightly traumatic. We were glad to leave and still wonder what our hotel was thinking sending us there.If you are feeling brave, look for a colorful pink collection of buildings which include a little market, the restaurant, and a bar looking out over the sea. Signs are confusing. The large sign on the road says âLa Esperanza,â and the building housing the market has a sign saying âLa Esperanza Marketâ while the bar has a separate name and sign. The restaurant is unmarked, except with small posters taped to the market door indicating the dayâs menu. When we were there, there were two items and we tried one of each: the fried chicken had little meat to it and the oxtail was a sort of stew with tough, gristly meat. You pay at the market, then go to the restaurant or the bar with the receipt, where you can order drinks at the bar. The bar tender got up from her dominoes game to get us ours. I think she and the two guys hanging out with her may have been stoned. The bar area over the water didnât have tables, but just a bar with chairs around it and was too windy for comfort. The vibe wasnât great at the main part of the bar, so we went into the restaurant, which was pretty grimy.
3 based on 26 reviews
We had the pan fried snapper, with dirty rice (mixed with beans) and cole slaw. It was delicious! The menu is very limited (not all items on handwritten list were available), so it is best to ask when you arrive what is available. There was only baked chicken and the snapper, early on a Friday night in off season. The staff were friendly and attentive. The bar overlooks the water, but the restaurant doesn't. We would go back, but not for a "night out."
4 based on 14 reviews
Brunch is buffet style, but there was a great variety of both hot and cold dishes, all delicious and fresh. Several delicious desserts were also available. I apologize that I can no longer recall the various food options, but I can say there was much more to this buffet than omelets and breakfast meats. Belgian waffles are made to order and worth the wait. Our waitress both times we visited was Geraldine, who managed to be a ray of sunshine in an already sunny place. My only negative comment is that if you arrive when they are not busy, often there is no one in the dining room and it can take a while before your presence is known. The buffet is a set price for all you can eat and needs to be purchased at the front desk of the Brac Reef Hotel, not at the restaurant itself.
4 based on 28 reviews
The menu is up on a chalk board. If they run out, it gets erased.We had the bbq ribs with sides. I had 3. Hubs only had one. We both got full plates. Yummy meal and filling. Well worth the price.We were there mid afternoon
4 based on 102 reviews
This is our second trip to Cayman Brac. Weâve been here three days and have already eaten here twice for lunch and once for dinner. Everything on the menu is really good. The servers are excellent, and they make a wicked margarita at the bar. If you stop by for lunch, just order the special of the day. They have delicious appetizers, and a âbasketâ of chicken tenders is enough for two people to share. We plan to try the Friday night barbecue this week. It gets rave reviews. Thursday come early to look over the local arts and crafts on display, or enter the sand crab race (free bottle of wine to the winner). Very good food and beautiful sunsets!
4 based on 173 reviews
Informal Indoor Restaurant with 32 seats plus 4 buts. A/C, Pool Side Bar with Two TVs and a Patio with 16 seats. Serves Lunch and Dinner
We visited Captain's Table twice. The first time, we went for Tuesday Tacos. We thought that since the tacos were only $2 that they would be small, but they are full-size tacos and delicious! We tried pretty much all the types they offered between the three of us at the table, and every single one was excellent! You can't beat getting a great dinner for such a low price. Service was friendly and efficient that night.The second time we went, we didn't enjoy it quite as much. My fish was a bit overcooked, and we waited for 30 minutes to get our check after our plates had been removed, even though there was only one other table of customers. We sat outside so we were getting munched on by mosquitoes as we waited to pay.So... it seems you might be thrilled or unimpressed, depending on what night you go. I'd still go back for Tuesday Tacos if I had the chance.
4 based on 75 reviews
This is a stand attached to Edd's Place that sells freshly prepared Jerk chicken and pork. It is only available on the weekends. The nice lady at the department of tourism told us about it. She sid that the locals go crazy for it.
This place is tiny but just the scent will drive you there. Best jerk chicken I have ever had. He smokes it which gives it a really nice flavor even before adding the sauce.
4 based on 177 reviews
We came here whilst visiting the Brac for the day and had a lovely meal. We both had the goat curry and a non-alcoholic punch. The goat curry was delicious, served with rice and beans and plantain, and the punch was refreshing. The service was relaxed and friendly. Prices are good and the ambience is very traditional. Great restaurant and the ideal place to sample some of the local specialities.
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