If you've got a hankering for Fusion food, you might have an opportunity to indulge yourself. Though not terribly plentiful, there are a couple of locations in the Cayman Islands within this category.
With lots to tempt your palate, from the very casual locale of Mimi’s Dock Bar & Restaurant to the restaurants whose family-made creations are worth returning for, there is something to suit each and every visitor and every style of vacation.
Before your trip begins, you can read up on the limited, though enticing, options for Fusion restaurants you could try while vacationing nearby. On each restaurant's name, click to find out more about its ambiance, food, and what's located nearby.
Tukka can be found in East End, a village on Grand Cayman; to the east of Bodden Town. Definitely deemed an informal restaurant, it's often reserved for lazy days outdoors. <p>It's hard not to be in an upbeat mood when you see the inside of Tukka. The walls are brightly colored and feature Australian themed murals that depict all the things the Outback is best known for.</p>
Set 3.5 miles north-northeast of East End, Mimi’s Dock Bar & Restaurant is on the same premises as Morrit's Grand Resort. If you're wondering, Bodden Town is 13 miles (20 and a half kilometers) to the west-southwest. This local establishment isn't merely Fusion cuisine and hamburgers, but wouldn't you know they're also known for sandwiches. <p>It's true. Mimi's Dock Bar & Restaurant is surrounded completely by the Caribbean Sea and offers dining in an open air room to make the most of the experience.</p>
Guests often find that the best food and drink options in the Cayman Islands are those you run into as you're out doing activities and seeing attractions. However, noting the contact info for at least two different places on a checklist, might make sense for your travel preferences. To read more regarding the dining options awaiting you, check out this page.
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