Grand Cayman Restaurants

Dining Out  on Seven Mile Beach

Here in Cayman you'll find an avid mix of rustic restaurants, high-end eateries, and the likes all embracing the growing trend of sustainability; sourcing their ingredients from local farms and waters whenever possible.       

Over the years Cayman has earned the reputation as the "culinary capital of the Caribbean". With over 200 restaurants to choose from it's easy to see why; Cayman is constantly reinventing itself and the buzzing food scene is no exception. With the long list of restaurants on island, you could spend a few weeks sampling all the flavors Cayman has to offer. 




As there is limited time, here's a few of our recommendations, from authentic Italian restaurants to waterfront wonders - these are some of the best places to while away lazy lunches, enjoy alfresco afternoons and savor some of the most enchanting evenings you'll ever have....


Please browse the Explore Cayman website for a vast list of restaurants with their websites and contact information



If you're still looking for restaurant ideas, pick up a copy of Good Taste Magazine or visit

Agua Restaurant & Lounge - Camana Bay


Irresistible ceviche, including their unmistakable tuna tartare, and Cayman Style fresh catch still take top billings on the refreshed menu. This hip new seafood restaurant now located in Camana Bay is a reflection of the success of restaurateurs Walter Fajette and Cristiano Vincentini. The casual yet seductive bar is just far enough away from the main dining room to not interfere with dining room service.Friendly service, comprehensive wine list, and fantastic new menu, cement Agua as one of Cayman's best restaurants. Visit for reservations.


Catch Restaurant & Lounge - Top Waterfront Dining in Cayman

From the team at Agua, comes alfresco dining at its best. Serving seafood, paella, charcuterie and ceviches, along with incredible wines and cocktails, expect a well-heeled crowd in the spacious ocean-front restaurant, outfitted in rustic wood, glorious outside decking, cozy lighting, and relaxed lounge seating.Tucked in the lee of Morgan’s Harbour, the working dock sees fisherman and private charters come and go throughout the day adding to the buzz and waterfront authenticity. Dinner during a full moon is as spectacular as their tuna and wahoo tartare. 

Macabuca - Waterfront Tiki Bar


A popular go-to for locals who lust over cold beers, this Cayman tiki bar provides the ideal chill out day or night thanks to its great drinks roster and waterfront setting. The food is wholesome and served up fast, boasting an all day menu including local conch, calamari, buffalo wings, paninis, and killer fish tacos.

agazzi Ristorante & Pizzeria

Authentic Italian Cuisine; It is all about good food, love, friendship and family. With its vibrant colors, authentic wood burning pizza oven and central location, it has become a meeting point for friends. Visit


Luca Restaurant

LUCA Restaurant presents an impressive contemporary Italian menu in a sleek upscale interior and canopied patio with breathtaking views of the infinity pool to Seven Mile Beach and the Caribbean Sea beyond.Reservations are highly recommended. Visit or  call 1 345 623 4550 

Copper Falls Steakhouse 

Copper Falls Steakhouse presents one of the most unique and innovative menus ever seen. Not only does every entrée include a complimentary martini, well-drink or beer, you also get to choose which vegetables and starch you prefer-plus each steak dinner has a choice of six different sauces. Call  1 345-945-4755 or visit

The Wharf - Premier Waterfront Dining Grand Cayman

As the sun dips below the horizon, the tarpon come out, and the evening entertainment dials-up for a magical Caribbean night under the stars. Ports of Call bar offers happy hour from 4pm - 6:30pm 7 days a week - fantastic cocktails and oceanside bar, need we say more?


Blue Cilantro Restaurant

Fine dining east meets west fusion cuisine; Elegant Indo-Caribbean.Call 945-4372

Tukka Restaurant, East End


If you’re craving cuisine from Down Under, then you don’t need a Qantas ticket, simply head to Tukka in East End, where there’s great food served with a laidback oceanfront atmosphere. Once a week you can enjoy a themed four-course meal for one low price. This is a great chance to sample everything from lamb, kangaroo, crocodile, lobster, barramundi or mahi mahi.