Fusion Cuisine in the Cayman Islands

If you're a big fan of Fusion food, don't pass up an opportunity to satisfy your hunger. Though not terribly plentiful, there are a couple of locations in the Cayman Islands where you can sample this kind of food.

With everything from the very casual attitude at Mimi’s Dock Bar & Restaurant to the simple cafes where spirits are equally important to the grub, you may very well stumble upon something worth sharing - or not, as the case may be.

The following list allows you to browse the small handful of Fusion places that you'll have the chance to visit during your stay. Find one that whets your appetite and click its name to read more about its hours, location, and other offerings.


East End | (345) 947-2700

Tukka is at 898 Queens Highway. It is east of Bodden Town. When you and your hungry companions are looking out for an inviting place serving Fusion food in a relaxed atmosphere, this informal restaurant is a safe bet. Tukka offers perhaps some of the most interesting fusion food in the Caribbean -- Australian cuisine with a Caribbean twist. Ron Hargrave, the owner and head chef, is from Australia, and has created a menu of authentic dishes that are decidedly influenced by Caribbean flavors. For a real treat, ask for the Chef's Tasting Menu, upon which you will be brought a five course dinner of the chef's choosing. A vegetarian menu is available.

Mimi’s Dock Bar & Restaurant

Colliers | (345) 947-7449

Located 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. With a following of food lovers, this destination isn't known simply for its Fusion delights and particularly hamburgers, but here they're also known for putting out great sandwiches. 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.

Some of the best places to try any cuisine in the Cayman Islands are the ones you didn't expect to find yourself craving while trekking the town of your choice. But, writing down the important details of a few different restaurants in your daily agenda, might save you in a pinch. To learn more information concerning the culinary options waiting for you, check out this page.


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