Culinary Capital of the Caribbean

Culinary Capital of the Caribbean

Boasting more than 200 restaurants and culinary influences from all over the world, our island paradise provides visitors with an endless array of options to suit any palate. Abundant in natural resources from the sea and land, the Cayman Islands offers mouth-watering farm-to-table cuisine.  Many restaurants on the Islands feature a diverse homegrown food scene committed to serving only locally-sourced ingredients.  You can look forward to unsurpassed service, award-winning chefs and an eclectic array of different culinary options.  


To get a real flavour of the huge variety of culinary influences of the Cayman Islands, we recommend trying one of the popular food tours.  Tours are available from Camana Bay or from George Town and give visitors the opportunity to enjoy food and drink tastings from local restaurants and meet with local chefs and restaurant owners who can share secret recipes.  The guides can also give an insight into local historical sites and art, and of course, you can pick up tips of where to eat during your stay on the islands.
The Cayman Islands are famous for their Sunday brunches and it’s the perfect opportunity to relax and enjoy the local scene.  There’s lots of choice from beachside cafes to the luxury hotels which offer multi-course brunches.  All served with a warm Caymankind welcome! For a view over Seven Mile Beach and the Caribbean Sea, try Luca or for a relaxed feel the Anchor & Den and

Enjoy A Taste of Cayman in April 2020


In its 32nd year, the one-day culinary celebration, ‘Taste of Cayman Food & Drink’ will be held at Festival Green, Camana Bay on Grand Cayman on 4 April 2020 with all foodie-lovers set to savour the best of Caymanian cuisine. The biggest open-air food festival on the islands features tastings of food and drinks from the best local restaurants as well as Cayman culture and music. Savour the Cayman Islands’ famous Seven Fathom’s rum and incredible seafood whilst listening to traditional folk singing, steel pan bands and even conch-shell blowing!