The top 5 restaurants in Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman

Aside from pristine white sand beaches, and near-perfect weather all year round, Grand Cayman is home to some culinary greats. In fact, the Caribbean Island is home to the famous “Cayman Cookout”, hosted by Eric Ripert himself, which is a wonderful food and wine weekend extravaganza. Even if you can’t make it for the cookout, you can still enjoy some amazing food and wine on Seven Mile Beach. The top 5 restaurants in the area are a blend of high end style and budget-friendly comfort food, but all of them make the list for the best eats in town.

1. Blue by Eric Ripert

Undoubtedly, this is the most fabulous and luxurious restaurant on the beach. Housed in the massive Ritz Carlton complex, Blue boasts several tasting menus and some a la carte options and celebrates the freshest seafood of the area. Obviously, if Chef Ripert is involved, we can imagine it’s grand. If you are in town, you must dive into Blue.

Blue by Eric Ripert

2. Sunshine Grill

Housed in the unassuming, and non-beachfront Sunshine Suites resort, this spot is still very bright and inviting, as you can choose to dine by the pool or indoors. Claiming the #1 spot on Trip Advisor, this diner-style restaurant is perfect for breakfast, or lunch, even if you take it to go and eat it on the beach. The service is outstanding, as we expect at a top 5 spot, and leaves nothing to be desired.

3. Yoshi Sushi Restaurant

You may be curious how Yoshi took the #3 spot on this list, however trying to get into it without a reservation will tell you exactly why. Yoshi is in a small strip of stores, with blacked-out windows – all for good reason as they set the stage for a very Japanese-inspired restaurant, with extremely delicious fresh fish, tempura and even stir-fry dishes.

4. Agua

This restaurant is a local favorite, boasting Italian-inspired dishes and seafood. The ceviche is the favorite of the island, with tart citrus flavors, perfecting the freshest fish you will find. Also in a strip mall, you may be caught off guard by the exterior, but when you taste Agua’s food you will soon be converted on the inside.

Agua, Grand Cayman

5. Luca

Inside Luca you will find the most extensive wine list, in a modern Italian restaurant. While the décor around you is fancy, you can indulge on traditional favorites, like Risotto or Pasta Pommodoro, or you can try one of their modern twists, like the amazing frozen Limencello for dessert. It’s perfect for a hot and humid Grand Cayman evening.

Hungry yet? A trip to Seven Mile Beach is sure to be a foodie adventure, in a tropical paradise.

Comments (1)

  1. Shaun says:

    Great Listing. I would visit these places when I will go Seven Mile Beach.

    Shaun

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