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The Brasserie

Address
Cricket Square
171 Elgin Avenue
George Town, Cayman Islands
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  • Hours of Operations

    Monday-Friday, 11.30am-10pm

  • Payment Terms Cash, credit card

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The Brasserie is the pioneer of the farm-to-table movement in Grand Cayman, producing its own wild raw honey and organic eggs and catching daily fresh seafood. Surrounded by an edible garden with flourishing fruit and nut trees, enjoy a unique dining experience outside in the greenhouse terrace or indoors in the elegant dining room or intimate wine cellar. The seasonally-inspired and sustainable menu of delicious modern Caribbean cuisine is paired with signature cocktails and an extensive fine wine list. Relax and unwind at The Wicket while savouring a refreshing juice or smoothie.

 

The Brasserie Harvest Dinner Series: During harvest season, dine under the stars sharing platters of food, family-style, from large tables on the moonlit patio and allow the chefs to surprise you with dishes made from The Brasserie’s own yield, epitomising the spirit of eating locally.

 

SWIRL: A monthly event providing the unique chance to taste and learn about a selection of fine wines from around the world paired with tasty seasonal bites. Purchase your favourite bottle during the evening from Brasserie Purveyors and get a 10% discount.

 

Cooking Classes: Sit in their state-of-the-art cooking suite as you watch their chefs create each dish, while explaining cutting-edge culinary techniques that you can use in your own home. Only during the winter season.

Highlights

  • Greenhouse, beehives, fishing boats and laying hens
  • Catered events and private parties
  • Fresh juices at Juiced @ The Wicket
  • School excursions
  • Relax in the organic vegetable garden
  • Daily dinner specials
  • Purveyors of fine wines, craft beers, cocktails and specialty spirits
  • Nutritious takeaway breakfasts and lunches at The Market
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