If fresh seafood is on your list of favorite foods, and if your visit to the Cayman Islands is coming up, it’s time to let you know about our restaurant.
We can’t help but tout our chefs’ expertise in preparing the best seafood in Grand Cayman, and we want to tell you more about what we offer.
So, with that being said, here’s the surest way to have a memorable fine dining experience in the Cayman Islands.
Seafood at our waterfront restaurant is expertly prepared and elegantly served in many ways. Let’s start with our local mahi mahi with vanilla-scented tomato compote and sauteed greens. Our chefs are proud to carry on what is now a worldwide trend of locally sourcing seafood and using local ingredients to complement the fish and the entire meal.
Other selections at our seafood restaurant in the Cayman Islands are local catch of the day served grilled, blackened, almondine or Mediterranean style, with daily sides, and grilled Caribbean lobster tail with garlic, herbs and lemon butter sauce.
Other offerings include seared diver scallops, baked sea bass and mango barbecued rum-glazed salmon. And, may we suggest one of our specialties: pan-fried red snapper.
In addition, we have appetizers featuring seafood. These include ceviche, escargot, conch fritters, seared tuna, crab cakes and shrimp cocktail.
And, if your guests perhaps are looking for seafood alternatives, we have those too. Everything from steak to pasta to beef stroganoff and vegetarian options.
To enhance your dining experience, you may want to consider pairing wines from our extensive wine list. You may start off with a bit of bubbly, perhaps Champagne or prosecco, and then choose from a lengthy 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.
Reds include Pinot Noir, Bread & Butter, Napa Valley, USA, 2016; Chianti, Barone Ricasoli, Tuscany, Italy, 2016; and Malbec, Luigi Bosca, Mendoza, Argentina, 2015. Of course there are reds and white by the bottle, as well as dessert wines.
What else can we say? For the best seafood and waterfront fine dining in the Cayman Islands, give us a call or contact us online.