The seafood restaurant scene in Grand Cayman is off the charts with well over two dozen stand-outs to choose from. Whether your taste is for the 'Catch of the Day' at an upscale, fine-dining restaurant or you prefer fried fish on a wooden bench overlooking the crystal blue waters, luckily Cayman has it all. It's no wonder that Cayman is often heralded as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean!
Diners with a worry-free budget and looking for a culinary experience should visit Blue by Eric Ripert at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. Ave at Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa is another culinary delight with a menu that wows.
In the Seven Mile Beach area, you'll find the waterfront gem Morgan's that makes a blackened wahoo with risotto dish that is out of this world. The Wharf is also quite popular with daily tarpon feeding and Salsa dancing on Tuesdays.
The best fish fry and local Caymanian seafood cuisine options are Heritage Kitchen in West Bay and the Grape Tree Cafe in Bodden Town. Just be sure to check their operating hours first, especially if making a long haul, as they both have limited hours.