As your anniversary approaches and you begin thinking about how to celebrate with your loved one – whether you have been married one year or 50+ years – there are so many ways to say “I love you” on this special occasion.
One of the most popular ways to celebrate anniversaries is in a romantic setting. Why not rekindle the romance from the time when you first started dating and bring back the lovely memories from those days. The atmosphere and surroundings in which you choose to celebrate can enhance your mood, so think about a candlelight dinner at a waterfront restaurant, for example. And when you are thinking about this romantic dinner, let your thoughts turn to a fine restaurant in the Cayman Islands.
You and your spouse will feel the love when you are dining on the best food in the Cayman Islands at a table set up for you under a canopy on the white sand beach along famed Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman. Watch the most stunning sunset over the Caribbean Sea while you listen to the smooth, small waves lapping at the shore. Slowly you will be mesmerised by the beautiful skyscape as darkness falls and you see a panorama of thousands of stars.
Your elegant dinner might include such entrees as filet of Angus beef, served with mac and cheese fries, braised pearl onion, sautéed greens and peppercorn sauce; lamb accompanied by eggplant puree, grilled Mediterranean vegetables and crispy polenta; local mahi mahi with vanilla scented tomato compote and sautéed greens, or homemade seafood pasta, baked sea bass or local catch of the day.
Add a rich (and romantic) dessert to share for a sweet finish to your meal. Perhaps vanilla crème brulee, Cayman lime pie or homemade streusel with ice cream.
Pair your exquisite dinner (and dessert) with some of the finest wines in the Cayman Islands. You may start off with a bit of bubbly, perhaps Prosecco, and then choose from an extensive list of white and red wines from around the globe. White wines include Pinot Grigio, Santa Margherita,Veneto, 2015 and Chardonnay, Gaja, Rossj Bass, Piedmont, 2016 from Italy; Albariño, Pazo Señorans, Riax Baixas, 2016 from Spain; and Paul Jaboulet, Chevalier de Sterimberg, Hermitage Blanc, 2012 and Didier Dagueneau, Buisson Renard, Pouilly-Fumé, Loire, 2009 from France.
Dessert wines include Cadillac, Château Manos, France, 2013 and 10- and 20-year tawny ports from Portugal. A wide range of after-dinner drinks is also available, including rum, cognac, whisky and rum.
With so many exceptional wines and savoury and sophisticated entrees expertly prepared and served at your romantic, candlelit table at the seaside or on a waterfront deck, a fine dining restaurant in the Cayman Islands is definitely the best choice of places to celebrate your anniversary.
Whether you are planning to visit the Cayman Islands (always a great anniversary idea!) or you are resident on island, reserve a romantic table for two to celebrate your cherished memories.