Come and find your Caymankind
In the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean
Culinary Capital 2018

Culinary Capital

 

Frequently heralded as “the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean,” the Cayman Islands offers top rated hotels and elegant resorts nestled along its world famous and award winning Seven Mile Beach. In addition, comfortable condominiums and secluded villas coupled with unsurpassed service and an eclectic array of fine food options make this an Island paradise that has to be experienced to truly be believed.

With more than 200 restaurants, unwinding with a good meal in the Cayman Islands can span from chic five-star dining to more casual venues under the stars, to freshly caught fish prepared straight off the boat! Plus, with cuisine ranging from traditional Caymanian seafood to Caribbean, Thai, Italian or New World, fascinated foodies are sure to find an array of tasty treats to tempt their tastebuds.

Known as the hangout for the rich and the famous, the Cayman Islands also have become the go-to culinary destination of the Caribbean. With celebrity chefs as Anthony Bourdain, Eric Ripert and Tom Colicchio hosting wintery gastronomic events every January, the Caymans are showing the world they have more to offer than just pretty beaches.

- Just Luxe, January 2016

With local based restaurants like the Burger Shack and drink mixtures from Cayman grown brands such as Seven Fathoms, adding the Taste of Cayman to your list of food festivals to attend will soon become a tradition that you won’t want to break.

- Essence, March 2017

Self-dubbed as the ‘culinary capital’ of the Caribbean, the Cayman Islands offer up nothing short of amazing cuisine. With a variety of cultures inhabiting the island, the influence this play son the palette is obvious.

- Matador Network, April 2017

The Cayman Islands’ food scene also attracts plenty of star power that many travelers probably weren’t aware of. World-renowned chefs and food personalities such as Eric Ripert, Daniel Humm, Anthony Bourdain and Emeril Lagrasse descend on the Cayman Islands regularly for the Cayman Cookout.

- Skift, June 2017

Grand Cayman is an absolute paradise. The food here is unmatched, with restaurants from the likes of Eric Ripert, plus an annual culinary cookout that draws A-list food celebs from the world over.

- Thrillist, January 2017

The Cayman Islands offer more than 200 unique restaurants and eclectic local eateries, many of which are led by celebrated chefs from around the world. The cluster of three islands is known for its fresh seafood and international culinary influences.

- U.S. News & World Report, August 2017

Grand Cayman may be known for its romantic resorts, sparkling waters and pristine white coastlines, but unbeknown to many, it also has a reputation for some of the best food in the Caribbean. From roadside BBQs, to beachfront fish shacks, and international superstar chefs, the island has you covered for any palate you want.

- Black Enterprise, August 2016