A Guide to Eating Out on the Cayman Islands


Jack Pot (for Spain’s The Leader Newspaper) writes that the Cayman is known as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean and stresses that “if you are a foodie you will be spoiled for choices when you visit this delightful island.” In this article, he focuses on The White House, Grape Tree Cafe, Paradise Restaurant, and other favorites within walking distance of the beach.

The restaurant scene in Cayman Islands is very well developed, putting some restaurants in other capital cities to shame. Cuisines range from French to Caribbean, from Asian to Italian, from American to Indian. Sample some jerk chicken or indulge in a six course tasting menu. Snack in a beach shack or dine in a gourmet restaurant. Enjoy locally brewed beer or choose a fine wine – Cayman has it all!

From Caymancasita, a favourite for regulars looking for holiday and vacation rentals in the Cayman Islands, you can walk west along the beach to the Paradise Restaurant serving local fare on the oceanfront deck, bring your own wine or beer and enjoy an evening listening to the waves and being cooled by the south east breezes. Continue along the beach and you’ll find Grape Tree fish fry, a wonderful weekend experience of the local catch served up with lots of sides whilst sitting on the beach with your toes in the sand.

If you want something a little more formal, walk east from Caymancasita and you will discover The White House, recently refurbished offering an oceanfront dining experience or just a glass of wine to finish off a perfect day.

And, if you wish to head a little further afield, Caymacasita is ideally located to easily access bars and restaurants in East End, North side or George Town.

For more information about restaurants in the Cayman Islands, visit www.caymancasita.com

For original post, see http://www.theleader.info/article/37949/spain/national/a-guide-to-eating-out-on-the-cayman-islands/

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