With everything from fast-casual and healthy eating to gourmet menus and award-winning wine lists, epicures and oenophiles have all their boxes ticked when dining out in Cayman. For more information on Cayman's diverse dining scene, check out Cayman Good Taste, a complete guide to exploring Cayman;s restaurants.
To complement the food, Cayman imports a fabulous selection of fine wines from around the world. In fact, a third of all restaurants with award winning wine lists in the Caribbean are located in Cayman! At the top end of the restaurant scene you will find restaurants which excel in pairing food with wine, either as part of the main menu or even on a special tasting menu.
The local food in Cayman is also something not to be missed, and amongst the traditional Caymanian dishes you will find turtle stew, rundown and fish tea. Other Caribbean favourites include curried goat, jerk chicken, and ackee and codfish. So venture into a local restaurant and soak up the atmosphere – you might even end up playing a game of dominoes!
Another source of food and fun are the bars in Cayman. Options range from ultra-chic martini bars which would put Manhattan to shame, to nightclubs with all the latest sound systems, to more traditional pubs which would make a Dubliner feel at home.
Sports fanatics will never find themselves too far away from the ‘big screen’ while those just wanting to chill-out and enjoy a sunset, a cool drink and a view of the beautiful Caribbean Sea will find endless options.
For those needing their daily caffeine fix, or for those struggling to switch off from the pressures back home, Cayman’s coffee shops, many with internet access, should satisfy this craving.