When the craving strikes for Japanese food, you might find yourself with a chance to spoil yourself. Even though you may find your options somewhat limited, there are a couple of places in the Cayman Islands specializing in this this type of food.
Below, you can pursue the few choices for Japanese places you could be curious about as you explore. On each restaurant's name, click to find out more about its location, style, and more.
Karma Restaurant & Lounge is on the same premises as, and is a logical selection that's worth considering if you're going to be spending time seeing this part of Grand Cayman. Although some delight in the general selection of food with Japanese flair, this visitor favorite eagerly offers their seafood and sushi. Karma focuses on using only the freshest ingredients. Their sushi, sashimi and signature dishes consistently delivers innovative elements and flavor profiles from around the world. Favorite dishes include Sushi, Fish Tacos, Korean Ribs with Kimichi, Grilled Steaks, Lobster and the Fresh Catch of the Day. You'll also want to make sure to check out their nightly specials. Industry Monday: Industry night at Karmaas Lounge with a late night Happy Hour from 9:00 p.m. to 1;00 a.m. Amazing drink specials and Caymanas hottest DJs. Tuesday Lobster Lovers Dream: a delectable five-course lobster tasting dinner for $39.99. Wednesday KarmaSutra: $5 sushi rolls and $5(USD) martinis. Different rolls are featured each week from 5:00 p.m. to close. There is also live entertainment featuring local DJs. Thursday and Sunday is Select Your Steak Night: Choose your cut from their selection of mouth-watering, certified Angus Beef steaks which their chef will then grill to perfection. Complimentary cocktail or glass of wine and special dessert included. Friday Champagne, Cocktails & Connections: Caymans hottest Friday happy hour followed by Ultra Friday with Local DJs. All You Can Eat Sushi Saturday: unlimited nigiri, maki rolls and uramaki rolls. Dinner also includes a glass of wine, beer or well drink for $35(USD).
Thai Orchid, which is on the premises of, can be found toward the northern outskirts of Georgetown. You'd be lucky to find yourself in Georgetown when you just can't help your cravings for sushi. Not only is Thai Orchid fantastic at creating Thai specialties, but the menu also consists of sushi, and a few favorites borrowed some other Asian nations. A vegetarian menu is available, and desserts include dark and white chocolate mousse cake, bread pudding, and Thai pandan cake.
Located 3.3 miles north of Georgetown, Taikun is located at Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman. If you're wondering, West Bay is approximately three miles (approximately five kilometers) to the north. Tourists that want sushi will thoroughly love eating here during a trip to Seven Mile Beach. You can always expect to be served the freshest products at Taikun. One thing that sets Taikun apart is that real wasabi is grated table side for each meal.
Yoshi Sushi is found close to Georgetown; it is a short distance away to the south of West Bay. In the mood for sushi? If you say yes, make this restaurant a permanent plan in your vacation agenda. Yoshi Sushi specializes in sushi. They have a number of specialty rolls in addition to their cooked food, and some popular selling menu offerings include ginger beef on crispy noodles, scallop and shitake mushroom appetizers. The Perfect 10 and the Caterpillar are two of the most popular rolls.
If seeking variety within the same genre, you will find similar ingredients and influences at places like the following:
|China Village||(345) 945-3490||Chinese||1.6 mi. North of Downtown Georgetown|
|Mizu Asian Bistro||(345) 640-0001||Pan Asian / Pacific Rim||1.8 mi. North of Downtown Georgetown|
|(345) 945-1444||Asian||0.3 mi. South West of Downtown Georgetown|
|Asian Express Restaurant||(345) 946-0303||Asian||6.1 mi. North of Central Georgetown|
|Mandarin Buffett||(345) 946-9328||Chinese||0.6 mi. Southeast of Downtown Georgetown|
|(345) 946-1818||Asian||0.9 mi. East of Downtown Georgetown|
|(345) 949-0168||Asian||3.2 mi. North of Central Georgetown|
|Blue Cilantro||(345) 945-4372||Asian Fusion||2.6 mi. North of Central Georgetown|
|Dragon Garden Restaurant||(345) 947-1166||Chinese||2.0 mi. West of Central Bodden Town|
|Grand Old House||(345) 949-9333||Pan Asian / Pacific Rim||1.4 mi. South-Southwest of Downtown Georgetown|
Or you might want to find a local specialty like the sushi served at Wine Down And Gourmet Market.
Sometimes, the most exciting places to dine in the Cayman Islands are the ones that you catch sight of - or scent of - as you're out doing activities and seeing attractions. But, keeping the contact info for at least two viable options on a checklist, might make sense for your travel preferences. To discover even more concerning the kinds of food available to you, check out this page.
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