When the craving strikes for French cuisine, don't miss an opportunity to indulge yourself. Though not incredibly abundant, you can still find a couple of restaurants in the Cayman Islands where you can sample some.
With choices such as the informal backdrop at The Bistro to the cafes where cocktails are as much a part of dinner as the fare, there is a choice for every visitor and any style of vacation desired.
Take time to peek at the limited selection of French places that you'll have the chance to visit as you explore. For each restaurant, you can click its name to see the full article about its ambiance, locale, dress code, and more.
Blue Cilantro is a viable choice for vacationers who are going to check out this part of Grand Cayman. If you're wondering, Georgetown is two and a half miles (four kilometers) to the south. Although some delight in the general selection of French food, this possible dining pick boasts about their seafood and tapas. Only the best is used in the creation of the food at Blue Cilantro, to the high cuts of meats and fish to the freshest produce and herbs. Chef Shetty is very secretive about a number of his special recipes, which adds to the experience. Here, you'll find on French Mediterranean and Asian fusion, with a bit of Caribbean flavor incorporated as well.
Located 0.6 miles west of Old Man Bay, Over The Edge is on Old Man Bay North Side. Bodden Town is seven and a half miles (12 kilometers) to the south west. Fabulously fresh fish and French flair both describe the best dishes at this laid-back favorite. Over the Edge features a wharf-style terrace which is great to dine on when the weather is nice for the view of the sea alone. Inside, the restaurant is simply decorated, giving guests the impression that they can sit back and relax as if they were eating their meal at home in their own dining room.
The Bistro is located in the southwestern part of Seven Mile Beach, on Grand Cayman; approximately three miles (approximately five kilometers) to the north of Georgetown. Lovely, mild seafood and French flavors make for an exciting meal at this crazy tasty eatery. Fresh ingredients make the classic European menu pop, which are meant to be enjoyed with one of the house wines or a cocktail.
If your heart's not set on this cuisine in particular, you may enjoy the distinct yet similar flavor profiles at establishments like the following:
|Periwinkle||(345) 943-9000||Mediterranean||3.3 mi. North of Central Georgetown||Grand Cayman|
|Pizza Hut Seven Mile Beach||(345) 949-8687||Italian||1.6 mi. North of Downtown Georgetown||Grand Cayman|
|Edoardo's||(345) 945-4408||Italian||3.1 mi. North of Central Georgetown||Grand Cayman|
|Wine Down And Gourmet Market||(345) 949-9463||Italian||3.7 mi. North of Central Georgetown||Grand Cayman|
|Grand Old House||(345) 949-9333||European||1.4 mi. South-Southwest of Downtown Georgetown||Grand Cayman|
|Al La Kebab||(345) 943-4343||Middle Eastern||1.6 mi. North of Downtown Georgetown||Grand Cayman|
|Treats Restaurant||(345) 945-4262||Italian||1.7 mi. North of Downtown Georgetown||Grand Cayman|
|Ristorante Ragazzi||(345) 945-3484||Italian||2.6 mi. North of Central Georgetown||Grand Cayman|
|Gino's Pizzeria||(345) 943-3663||Italian||3.0 mi. North of Central Georgetown||Grand Cayman|
|Ristorante Pappagallo||(345) 949-1119||Italian||6.9 mi. North of Central downtown Georgetown||Grand Cayman|
Also, if you're still looking for that special something, check out a signature item like the crepes drawing people to Lauren's.
Oftentimes, the best culinary offerings in the Cayman Islands are the ones that you stumble upon while journeying to and from your hotel. However, including a few places in your daily itinerary, may prove valuable later when your stomach's grumbling. To discover more information concerning the kinds of food waiting for you, check out this page.
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