Georgetown is the capital of the Cayman Islands and one of the most popular cruise ship destinations in the Caribbean, thanks to its year-round tropical weather, white sand beaches and clear blue waters. Don't miss Stingray City and diving and snorkeling near the coral reef. Georgetown offers plenty of duty-free shopping, restaurants and cafes. If you can pull yourself away from the beach, try an excursion to one of the West Indies' few remaining tropical rain forests.
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 347 reviews
Located within a 2 minute walking distance from the Marriott and Comfort Inn Suites. Open from 7am to 5pm serving Breakfast and Lunch.A Deli/Bakery with a 35 seat restaurant attached to it. Handcrafted artisan breads, freshly baked breakfast pastries, cakes, salads and sandwiches available in the deli. Hot menu for in house dining.
We wanted to find someplace different than our usual haunts for dinner on Grand Cayman. So we decided to give Icoa a try. We were very pleased we did. Icoa has several dinner menus, depending on the day of the week. We decided to order...MoreThank you so much for your great review. Glad you enjoyed your dinner. we hope you visit us again!
4.5 based on 521 reviews
I always stay at the Marriott across the street, but I also always make sure to go to Cimboco. It's affordable and delicious Caribbean food, but also has plenty of food Americans are accustomed to. They also have a brick-oven and as you would imagine it makes a delicious pizza. I miss the gelateria that used to be next door, but I'm so happy that Cimboco has thrived.
4.5 based on 766 reviews
Food is always excellent from rice bowls, sushi rolls, egg rolls, filet hibachi ,chicken hibachi, teriyaki, several items on menu. Nice martini selection, wines, and beer. We like the tables that are down on the floor. Good idea to make a reservation. Yoshi will not disappoint.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Rackams Waterfront in george town is a beautiful rustic open air waterfront property. featuring ocean views and spectacular sunsets.The restaurant is built on natural wood decking surrounded by lush greenery.We are just a two minute walk from the heart of George Town the capital Cayman Islands.Rackams is a great place for snorkeling too! From our ladder swim with the tarpon or enjoy a short swim to the wreck of the Cail. Bring the kids they will love the tarpon feeding every night at 7:30pm.Rackams was named after the notorious flamboyant pirate Calico Jack Rackham who as legend has it was one of the first pirates set foot in the Cayman Islands See you soon ; )
After a mornings snorkeling we were recommended to visit this place. It was ideal for a lunchtime hangout. Good choice of beer, helpful staff and tasty food. The fish tacos were delicious plus coconut shrimps as well as the frozen key lime pie.
All with a great view of the sea and music which was thankfully not too loud.
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.
4.5 based on 985 reviews
We decided last minute to try this place as we'd been talking about it all week. We didn't have Reservations, which we thought we'd probably end up eating inside (which was fine) but we got lucky and got a table right above where they feed the tarpon each night. The view over the water is stunning. Their outdoor Seating area is beautiful - candles, canopies overhead, just perfect. Our server was very attentive. We started with ceviche which was perfect (we needed more chips, but thankfully we had bread leftover). Different than other ceviches that we'd had but it was absolutely delicious.
For the main course, my husband had the catch of the day, blackened and I splurged and had the 'trio'. Absolutely the best shrimp I've ever had and the lobster was amazing. So so worth it.
The tarpon feed was great - there were quite a few kids eating there (all perfectly behaved) and they let the kiddos feed the fish. Super cute.
Only downside was the cab situation - they said they were calling us a cab but it never showed up so we ended up walking back to our resort (not the end of the world - it was a beautiful night).
4 based on 748 reviews
We met some friends at Guy Harvey’s Grill for lunch and it was excellent!! The staff were very friendly and helpful! The food was delicious, and the portions were significant! They have a terrific menu, with plenty of choices for everyone. The shrimp and avocado salad was excellent! They have a great wine list, and we had Rickety Bridge Rose’ wine, which paired with the salad splendidly! I’d definitely recommend it!!
4.5 based on 257 reviews
3rd trip to grand cayman and papermans every morning is a ritual that I never missed. Good coffee and pastries, and we always like supporting a locally owned company where ever we go. Great food and coffee and friendly staff
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