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Cayman Islands restaurants

In the early 1970s, the Cayman Islands were a culinary backwater with only a handful of restaurants. But the rise of dive tourism (coupled with the islands' ascent as an offshore financial center) has increased that number exponentially and produced a vibrant dining scene that now runs the gamut from white-linen sophistication like George Town's Grand Old House to down-home spots like Vivine's Kitchen in the East End. Most eateries are concentrated near touristy George Town and Seven Mile Beach, but there are also plenty of off-the-beaten track gems. With the exception of the daily catch of fish, many ingredients are imported, although there is a growing locavore movement spearheaded by restaurants such as The Brasserie. The restaurant inventory on the Sister Islands is largely limited to dive-oriented resorts; there are stand-alone finds, however, such as Aunt Sha's Kitchen on Cayman Brac.

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Aunt Sha's Kitchen, Cayman Brac

A Cayman Brac institution for more than 20 years, Aunt Sha's relocated from the south side after 2008's Hurricane Paloma to a north-side spot near the airport....more

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The Brasserie, George Town, Grand Cayman

A short walk from George Town's waterfront commercial district, Brasserie makes a tasty luncheon time-out from a day of shopping. Islanders and expats comprise...more

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Grand Old House, George Town, Grand Cayman

Foodies of a certain age will recall Freidemann Paul Erhardt—better known as TV's Chef Tell—who helped put the Cayman dining scene on the map when...more

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Hungry Iguana, Little Cayman

Little Cayman's dining choices are mostly confined to its dive-oriented resorts, with the exception of this stand-alone seaside spot near the airport that...more

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Kaibo Upstairs, North Side, Grand Cayman

An upscale makeover of this beachfront restaurant on the far side of North Sound has changed what was once a New Orleans–themed eatery into one of the...more

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Lighthouse Restaurant, Savannah, Grand Cayman

Approximately a half-hour drive east of Seven Mile Beach, this retro restaurant with a faux lighthouse perched on the southern coastline is a winner for an...more

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Pirate's Point Dining Room, Little Cayman

Little Cayman's top eat-out option has been going strong since 1986—six years before the island got electricity. The resort's colorful 81-year-old owner,...more

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Ristorante Pappagallo, West Bay, Grand Cayman

Opened in 1985, this secluded restaurant on the northernmost tip of West Bay remains one of Grand Cayman's most popular special-event dining destinations,...more

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Sunshine Grill, Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman

Despite the unlikely setting—the poolside bar and grill of a small boutique hotel inland from Seven Mile Beach—Sunshine gets high marks for its...more

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Tim-Buc-Tuu, West Bay, Grand Cayman

It's easy to drive right past this hole-in-the-wall West Bay diner and coffee shop unless your car windows are rolled down and you catch a whiff of the...more

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Information may have changed since date of publication. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.

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