Top Picks: Best of Brunch

Local foodies and visitors alike say the Cayman Islands’ brunch scene is beyond compare. Stretching across the afternoon, it’s a lazy day affair that simply must be experienced. From casual eats to white tablecloth dining, brunch is an island-wide institution that offers something for every palate and pocket. We asked those in the know for the inside scoop on all their favourite brunch treats and the resulting list is your go-to guide for a Cayman Sunday fun day!


1. Agua

The chef, who hails from Peru, creates a family-style brunch with a new menu each week. Enjoy house-made organic pasta, fresh farm-to-table produce and bottomless Prosecco and wine. Don’t forget to finish off your meal with their delightful sweet endings.

Eat: From their fresh ocean catch to bottomless Prosecco.


2. Anchor & Den

“Wanderlust Brunch” offers a fun and relaxed atmosphere for foodie nomads with a new menu each week that traverses culinary flavours from across the globe. The menu always features a carving station, a boulangerie station and raw bar, all paired with bottomless glasses of bubbles, mojitos and margaritas.

Eat: The freshest baked breads and pastries from the boulangerie station.


3. Ave

A perfectly ripened banana split down the middle, layered with decadent toppings including Greek yogurt, fruit, granola and dulce de leche; how can you go wrong!? Ave’s brunch features various stations including charcuterie and cheese, seafood, meat carvings and pastries. Plus a unique “liquid buffet” with specialty craft cocktails.

Eat: The ‘Banana Split’


4. Luca

Locals tell us it’s some of the best on the island. What’s more, the freshly made sushi and peel-and-eat seafood bars make Luca one of the most popular brunches in Cayman. From sweet, to salty, to savoury, you can’t go wrong here.
Eat: The classic Italian tiramisu.


5. Seven

Seven is the place for the only Möet & Chandon champagne brunch. The relaxed yet sophisticated vibe at one of Grand Cayman’s finest hotels makes this brunch the perfect spot for special occasions.

Eat: The Moët & Chandon pairing


6. Tillie’s

Tillie’s offers a clean and refined approach to classic Caribbean dishes. Brunch includes a raw seafood bar with oysters, wild shrimp and ceviche stations. The vegan table features Tillie’s own Dr. Aris Latham and his highly celebrated juices and sun-fired foods.

Eat: Delicious vegan dishes