The Island’s melting pot of cultures lends its influence to the kitchen and residents are lucky enough to feast on everything from Pad Thai to Spicy “a la Plancha” Octopus on any given day of the week. Whilst international trends are being ushered in, eating local is always in style and increasingly consumers are demanding more sustainable food practices from restaurants.
As always Cayman hosted an impressive line-up of food festivals in 2020, kicking off in January with Chef Eric Ripert’s annual culinary event, the Cayman Cookout, which features cooking demonstrations, barefoot barbeques and more.
The Red Sky at Night Festival, another crowd pleaser that takes place in February, is a night rich in arts and Caymanian culture. It was equally rich in flavour with lots of tasty local dishes on offer.
The very popular Taste of Cayman Food & Drink Festival accommodated some of the Island’s top restaurant vendors for an evening spent sampling the best dishes and spirits currently on offer across Cayman.
Cayman prepares for Restaurant Month and Pirates Week each October and November, the latter of which gives each district a chance to dazzle with spreads of authentically prepared food.
Six days a week residents can enjoy fresh locally grown produce at the Market at the Cricket Grounds and regular culinary events occur monthly, from full moon fêtes at Kaibo and Catch, to Anchor & Den’s tasty array of themed evenings. And do not miss Cayman’s famous Sunday brunches, which are an Island institution!
Regular culinary events also occur weekly so keep an eye on the Explore Cayman event calendar to stay up-to-date.
You will never run out of places to eat in Grand Cayman. From gourmet plant-based lunches to giant Niman Ranch steaks, Cayman has a meal to satisfy everyone.Read More
The Cayman Islands has a very social culture and there are a lot of great spots to go out and commiserate over a sparkling tropical spirit, pint or cocktail and perhaps stay out a wee bit later to paint the town red at the hottest nightclubs!Read More
Food & wine societies are quite similar to social clubs. They are a way to broaden your social lives and meet new people in Cayman.Read More
If you are hosting a party or large scale event, there are a great selection of caterers on-Island. Caterers can accommodate any kind of function, from an intimate beach wedding or birthday party to a large charity gala event.Read More
You can get daily specials, and current menus and prices from restaurants that deliver food from the Good Taste website. Check out the ‘Restaurants that Deliver’ page on www.caymangoodtaste.com.Read More