Dining by the sea is an enchanting experience and there is no shortage of seaside restaurants in the Cayman Islands. Many of these restaurants cater to boaters and boast a thriving epicurean scene offering everything from global cuisines to local favourites.
Hop on board this article to learn about the Grand Cayman restaurants you can visit by boat from or at our properties:
Cruise to Camana Bay
Camana Bay is a mixed-use development built on the concept of living, dining, working, shopping and playing in one central spot, and the restaurants here offer an eclectic selection of tasty moments with over a dozen restaurants, cafes, markets and specialty shops. Choose from Pan-Asian, European, Italian-American, Indian, French cuisine and more. Click here for a full directory. Boaters can dock at the Camana Bay Harbour (free for one day on a first-come, first serve basis).
If you’re looking to stretch your sea legs, dock here and take a short walk (approximately 15 minutes) over the Rise onto Seven Mile Beach to Hemingways – open for lunch and dinner, offering a fusion style of Asian cuisine and a pool bar for all to enjoy.
Embark to East End
If you don’t own a boat, take advantage of Cayman Ferries – a round-trip boat service for only CI$20 that carries you to and from Camana Bay, Kaibo Yacht Club and Rum Point. Don’t leave Kaibo without trying their renowned conch fritters and Rum Point is prized for their mudslides. Both restaurants offer a true island vibe with sand between your toes as you dine under palm trees.
Cast Off to Cayman Islands Yacht Club
Dock your boat at the Cayman Islands Yacht Club (free for one day on a first-come, first serve basis) and watch boats sail into the North South while you enjoy fine dining at Bàcaro or Morgan’s Harbour. Bàcaro offers diners Venetian-inspired food, local ingredients and a gourmet wine selection. They are known for their small bites, which include crispy lobster bites in a scotch bonnet-paprika aioli and rosemary lamb chops with sweet potato mash, mint demi. Morgan’s Harbour offers a popular ocean-to-table menu, using local ingredients whenever possible and offers dishes like their beloved seafood crepes with shrimp, scallops and fish in a light creamy white wine sauce and blackened scallops with mushroom risotto.