Regulars and newcomers are always taken aback by the view!
Address North West Point, West Bay, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Location: West Bay
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Directions On the waterfront just past Boatswain's Beach and across from the Cayman Turtle Farm and Cayman Motor Museum on Northwest Point Rd., West Bay
Telephone (345) 945-5217
Reservation Reservation request
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Hours Cracked Conch Hours
Lunch: Daily 11am–3pm (Dec to May only)
Dinner: Nightly 5.30pm–10pm
Macabuca Hours
Monday–Friday: 11am–1am
Saturday & Sunday: 11am–12am


Caribbean Fusion

Cracked Conch

Average customer rating: 4.8

“Old-time Cayman fun in the 21st century” is the best way to describe the renowned Cracked Conch restaurant in West Bay. Bob and Suzy Soto originally opened this Cayman classic in 1981 and nearly 40 years on Cracked Conch
continues to offer one of the most enviable waterfront positions on the Island. Over the years it has added fabulous food in a fine dining ambience, friendly service and a lively oceanside bar downstairs.

Regulars and newcomers are always taken aback by the breathtaking views that Cracked Conch offers of the Caribbean Sea, but now they can enjoy an extended restaurant with white tablecloth service and an exciting menu; a beautiful, very cosmopolitan bar/lounge; alfresco dining on multiple patios overlooking the ocean and private dining for up to 45 in Soto’s Room. Cracked Conch offers Caribbean delights and international fare in an unparalleled setting. Signature conch specialties including tender cracked conch and robust conch chowders are served alongside new classics such as Seared Local Snapper and Short Rib Ravioli. Open the doors wide, push open those shutters, and let the breeze wash over you. Relax away the day or evening on one of the beautiful patios or unwind in a comfortable chair in the very chic, newly designed bar with its amazing bubble ‘sculpture’.

For something more casual, take a seat at the fun and informal Macabuca Oceanside Tiki Bar, where Caribbean food and ice cold drinks are served at the water’s edge all day every day. Be sure to stop by on Monday night for the world famous All- You-Can-Eat BBQ for CI$19 plus a late night happy hour from 5pm to 10pm!

Save room for dessert as well; their homemade ice cream sandwiches are the perfect ending to a hot day in the sun!

Wherever you end up at this stunning ocean front spot, it will be difficult to tear yourself away!

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Late (after 12am)

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The History of The Cracked Conch

The original ‘wattle and daub’ style Cracked Conch was opened in 1981 by dive and tourism pioneers Bob and Suzy Soto on Seven Mile Beach. In 1995 the restaurant expanded and moved to its current ocean-side location in the quieter district of West Bay. Ten years later, the now famous restaurant was sold to the current owners who wanted to maintain its reputation for great food, friendly service and the ever popular Mothers Day and Easter brunches.

Cracked Conch — More Than Just a Restaurant

Cracked Conch - Delectable Caribbean fare using the freshest local ingredients

Cracked Conch Cocktail Bar - Have one of our talented barkeeps stir, muddle, shake or blend whatever your heart desires

Soto’s Room - Private dining or meeting for up to 40 people. Choose from either of our menus or test our talented kitchen with your desires

Macabuca Oceanside Tiki Bar - Taino translation for “What does it matter?” Here at Macabuca nothing does. Let us serve you – all you have to do is relax and watch the horizon, or the game


  • Stunning Ocean Views
  • Multiple Outside Dining Options
  • Unique Full Service Bubble Bar
  • Daily Happy Hour Prices
  • Live Music at Macabuca on Fridays and Saturdays
  • Air Conditioned
  • Catering Available
  • Children´s Menu & Portions
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Exceptional Wine List
  • Full Service Bar
  • Kid Friendly
  • Live Music/Band/DJ
  • Ocean View
  • Outside Dining Available
  • Private Hire
  • Private Room Available
  • Reservations Requested
  • Takeout Available
  • Water View