Cayman's Newest Restaurants
With new restaurants opening from month to month and old favourites just getting better and better, Grand Cayman can truly claim the title as culinary capital of the Caribbean. At Good Taste, we are always on the lookout for fresh new faces in the restaurant scene and keep you up to date with the latest and greatest in Cayman dining.Camana Bay has welcomed three new establishments in March 2013. Mizu is a Southeast Asian inspired restaurant, specialising in exotic flavours and dramatic presentation of local seafood and produce. Its new neighbour, The Waterfront, introduces an urban dining experience to Camana Bay, serving American classics and feel-good food at affordable prices. It is a great place to take the entire family and is sure to prove a hit with visitors and locals alike. Upper Crust Deli & Bistro is a new European style deli, having replaced Black Trumpet. Delicious fresh sandwiches, pastries and gourmet ready-to-go meals feature on the menu as well as artisan breads baked in-house.
New lunch options in Cayman include The Greenhouse at Lighthouse Point Drive in West Bay. Having opened its doors in February 2013, the restaurant specialises in healthy and organic dishes which are best enjoyed whilst watching divers and snorkellers along the shore. Lauren's in Buckingham Square has replaced Bella Roma and serves delicious lunches along with wonderful breakfasts- the crepes are particularly good! The popular 'House' chain of restaurants have undergone a change of management and re-branding. The 'Check Inn' group have new names and are open for business as usual. Look out for the Sail Inn (Brick House), Weigh Inn (Oar House), Brew Inn (Brew House) and Game On (Dog House).
The much anticipated George Town Yacht Club has opened its doors and already has a keen following. Located at the Barcadere Marina, it is a wonderful waterfront location and a great place to unwind after a day on the water or at the office. If you're heading to the George Town Harbourside, call in at Da Fish Shack for a casual bite on the water. Built from an old shipping vessel, this restaurant is full of character and is open 7days a week.
Cayman's Asian cuisine has had an infusion of flavour with the opening of Wok 'n Roll in Regency Plaza. An impressive menu of East and South East Asian cuisine includes tasty curries and noodle bowls. Heading out east? Make sure to stop at Chef Remy's newest venture Bombay Chopsticks for a taste of the east. Serving up Asian and Chinese fusion (and a little bit of "Chef Remy's own fusion") you're surely in for a treat.
Brand new to the Seven Mile strip, Caribbean Jerk & Grill House has reinvigorated the site of previous Roland's Garden and the Butterfly Farm. Its newly constructed pagoda offers a truly Caribbean feel and its menu features daily specials such as Brown Stew Chicken, Curry Fish and Cayman Run Down. Another newcomer to Seven Mile is Surfside Beach, the perfect place to have a beer in hand with toes in the sand. Head down around sunset for 'not to miss' views and grab some pork sliders to cure that rumbling tummy.
Craving a burger (or other "things")? Mr. Burger Snacks and Things is a new edition to Cayman's ever growing fast-casual food scene. Great burgers with all day breakfast make this hotspot a great stop any time of day. If you're wanting to grab a quick burger for the beach, give The Burger Joint a visit. Always fresh, never frozen angus beef patties with great toppings (and vegetarian options!) are the perfect accompaniment to a day in the sun, relaxing on the sand.