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KAIBOKaibo, located on a palm fronded white sand beach is the destination you have to visit to experience the real Cayman. Away from the Seven Mile Beach masses, Kaibo defines barefoot escapism and romantic dining. The quickest way to get there is by boat, although the drive by road is scenic. There are two restaurants, Kaibo Beach Bar and Kaibo Upstairs on the first floor.

The rustic Caribbean Beach Bar surrounded by coconut palms invites you to relax on a double lounger under shady cabanas. Local fish, salads, wraps and entrées hot off the grill are served daily. Tuesday night Caribbean BBQ has local live music, limbo dancing and rum punch specials with an eat all you can BBQ buffet. Monthly ‘Luna Del Mar’ full moon dinner includes DJ chill-out music and a paper lantern display.

Kaibo ‘Upstairs’ is a fine restaurant with huge white muslin curtains and comfortable couches arranged around the Rare Rum Bar lounge. Chef Laurence Tham from London fuses Michelin star experience with modern European techniques and adds a Caribbean twist. Locally or Caribbean sourced seafood is a specialty. In addition to the main menu, there is a popular five course $55 tasting menu, with optional wine pairing. Desserts, such as the Sticky Banoffee Pudding, are divine. The unique cocktails are works of art; take The Smoking Gun, a combination of Ron Zacapa 23 year old rum, homemade cola and Bourbon wood chip smoke, served in it’s own bottle on ice which oozes an enigmatical fog as you pour. The Rare Rum Bar is unique to the Cayman Islands, with an unrivalled selection. The monthly Rum dinner introduces unusual sipping rums and fine wines paired with a delicious six course meal.


RUMPOINTLocated on the tranquil North Side of Grand Cayman, Rum Point is a popular and safe family getaway with idyllic surroundings. The Wreck Bar & Grill is known as “the Home of the Mudslide”. Also on the property is their acclaimed evening restaurant, offering a casual finer dining atmosphere. Delicious menu selections prepared by their international culinary team include local fish and lobster which are combined with international flavours and styling.

The wine list is hand selected with many wines by the glass or bottle. Spectacular creations by their ‘cocktail architects’ and an exclusive, unparalleled setting are reasons enough to make a visit to Rum Point a ‘must do’ in Grand Cayman. If you are staying on the Seven Mile Beach side, they offer a free 65’ catamaran sail from Safehaven five nights a week. For information and reservations on the sail, please contact the Red Sail Sports office on (345) 623 5965 or the Stingray Landing on (345) 945 3346.


LIGHTHOUSEThe Lighthouse Restaurant in Grand Cayman is located in the sleepy and beautiful village of Breakers, about a 20 minute drive from the airport. The menu features a creative mix of fresh, local seafood and Italian cuisine prepared by Executive Chef Remy and his team.For decades The Lighthouse at Breakers has been a local landmark on the tranquil southern shores of Grand Cayman. The original building was carefully renovated and upgraded in 2005, without affecting its unique oceanside ambience, and now includes a bar lounge, show kitchen and gift gallery.
The restaurant is a leisurely 20 minute oceanfront drive from the airport. The creative menu of local seafood and Italian cuisine is prepared fresh daily by Executive Chef Remy and his culinary team. The service, under Captain G and his crew, is renowned for its excellence.Dine on the oceanside patio, or in the magnificent air-conditioned Port Room which is available for private functions.


SOUTHCOASTSouth Coast Bar & Grill Restaurant by Chef Remy is located in the village of Breakers, amongst swaying coconut palms and the ocean, in the district of Bodden Town and is approximately a 20 minute drive from George Town. They now are a full service restaurant with a range of dining options to choose from; casual beachfront dining, two seaside patios and an air conditioned dining room. Make new friends and mingle with the locals in the island style bar. Don’t like what you see on our menus? Chef Remy will happily customise a meal just for you!


VIVIENVivine’s Kitchen- In the East End; Miss Vivine’s house is the backdrop for her charming restaurant on the water in East End. Cool breezes rustle the sea grape trees around you, large sea birds dive into the water fishing for sprats right in front of you and though it is rustic the place is truly a delight. The food is as authentic Caymanian as it comes and her ingredients – fresh fish, conch, whelks, lobster and turtle are all sourced locally. 345-947-7435 (Lunch and Dinner Daily)


TUKKAFor a taste of Australia with a Caribbean twist, look no further than Tukka Restaurant and Bar. Located in East End, Tukka is your ultimate island dining experience – with delicious food, spectacular views and warm Australian hospitality.



Offers an Authentic Cayman Cuisine  at affordable prices, with daily local specials. A favorite with locals and tourists alike, with full menu available until closing. It also offer catering services and takeout available. This restaurant is also Kid friendly and its good to bring all members of your family.


OVERTHEDGEOwner and Head Chef – Ron Hargrave, who hails from Down Under has created a mouth watering menu, combining the freshest local seafood with an authentic Australian flair to create an amazing dining experience for the whole family. Located just foot steps from the ocean of East End in the beautiful Cayman Islands.

Come here for an ambience that’s the opposite of what you’ll find at the glossy venues of West Bay Road and downtown George Town. This remote and raffish restaurant is something of a mecca for residents of the sparsely populated North Side. A raucous crowd at the bar greets you at the entrance. Inside, the dining room walls block out sometimes-ferocious winds that batter this place during storms. Outside, you’ll find a wharf-style terrace whose pilings extend straight down into the seabed. The views from the terrace have been described as mystical, especially on calm, moonlit nights. Lunches are relatively simple, focusing on Cayman-style steamed fish, pan-fried conch steak, turtle steak with port sauce, sandwiches stuffed with either tuna or mahimahi, and chef’s salads. Dinners are more elaborate, featuring charbroiled rock-lobster tail, lobster thermidor, savory jumbo shrimp in Pernod sauce, grilled wahoo, and grilled breast of chicken with Dijonnaise sauce. Though most of the regulars seem to stick to beer, visitors often order the house drink, a creamy chocolate Mudslide-type concoction priced at CI$7 (US$8.75/£4.20).over

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