Thanks to a careful preservation and resorption efforts, the legend of the magnificent Grand Old House has been kept alive since 1908. The Grand Old House Restaurant exhibits its original charm and is among the finest eateries on the island, offering oceanside dining.
The Grand Old House Restaurant offers Classic European cuisine with a dash of Caribbean flavor. Some of Chef Kandaphil Matahi's specialties include the potato-crusted tuna, and appetizers such as coconut beer-battered shrimp and home-smoked marlin and salmon. Dishes like fresh seafood and lobster prepared in a coconut-flavored curry sauce with tropical chutney, or the Cayman-style turtle steak in a spicy tomato sauce will surely make you a patron to this eatery outlet.
They have over 20 years of awards from the Wine Spectator Magazine, so you will be sure to fine the perfect wine to compliment your delicious meal. There is an extensive Armagnac and cigar collection, in conjunction with live music, can also greatly enhance your dining experience.
The Grand Old House is also one of the most sought after venues for hosting weddings and special events in the Cayman Islands.
The seaside veranda at Grand Old House offers the right vibe for a romantic dinner; it is facing south west so it is perfect for panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea and spectacular Cayman sunset dinners. The ocean-side gazebos and spacious patio are decorated with luminous lights, and the indoor rhythmic ambiance is set by a pianist.
The dining rooms are air conditioned and well-maintained. They are elegant and offer highly polished mahogany floors, which elevate the already refined colonial atmosphere. There are also five private rooms, including the Wine Room, which seats up to ten people and houses the restaurant's extensive wine collection and their own premium labels.
This restaurant is on the ocean. situated on the outskirts of Georgetown, less than a mile south-southwest of the "downtown" area, It is at 648 South Church Street.
Guests can merge their dining experience with local sightseeing options by checking out one of the region's many attractions, such as National Trust Visitor Center.
Guests of this restaurant are also on the lookout for the things to do outdoors nearby. Anyone who find themselves anxious to tee off might want to hop over to this restaurant's closest golf club, Britannia Golf Course, which can be found within traveling distance of Grand Old House. After a long, hot day on the links, refresh at Smith's Cove, which you will find to be the most nearby beach and is only a couple hundred yards away. Besides these two, throughout the area you will find a couple more beaches and golf courses, which are equally enjoyable alternatives.
Many vacationers believe that a variety is a good thing when you're on a trip. With lots of places in sight, you'll find this region of Grand Cayman is overflowing with places that serve up exotic and familiar food. If you had a small meal at Grand Old House and plan on checking out other eateries, you could develop the sudden need for the some other menu items at.
For lunch, soups and salads range from $8.50 to $14. Appetizers are either $12.50 or $13.50. The main course ranged from $15 to $17 for land and $18.50 to $26.50 for sea.
For dinner, soups are either $8 or $9.50. Salads are $12.50 to $14.50 and appetizers can cost anywhere from$12.50 to $35. Main dishes range from $26.50 to $41.Grand Old House accepts American Express, Discover, Master Card and Visa.
Grand Old House is open for lunch from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm Monday through Friday and for dinner from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm Monday through Saturday. They are closed Sundays.
Location: Petra Plantation, 648 South Church Street, Georgetown, Grand Cayman
Phone: (345) 949-9333
Secondary Phone: (345) 949-0635
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