The Brasserie is a gem in the culinary world of the Cayman Islands. From pate to soba noodles to mouth-watering tapas to exquisite wines, you will have the ultimate dining experience not found anywhere else.
If you have a sophisticated palate, the Brasserie is just made for your taste buds! The selections are not your normal everyday menu items. Rather the master chef crafts each dish which reflects a fusion of a number of flavorful delights from the French, Indian, Asian and island cuisines. When you make your first visit to the Brasserie, make sure you try a sample of tapas as well as a fresh seafood dish and leave room for one of their sinful desserts!
The Brasserie is a bistro that offers Caribbean and Continental cuisines, as well as seafood. The style of dining and service here is considered informal. Diners are welcome to come by to enjoy breakfast, dinner, and lunch, so your family can try this restaurant almost any time the mood strikes.
A throwback to the world where plantations were majestic colonials, the Brasserie is by turn stately, yet casual thanks to the idyllic island setting. The ambience infuses both a feel of the Mediterranean and the Caribbean and draws a contemporary, happening crowd. The feeling is one of exclusivity, yet open in the mood and atmosphere. It is definitely a unique, flavorful experience like none other on the island.
Located in Georgetown, southeast of downtown Georgetown, The Brasserie is at 171 Elgin Avenue.
This section of Grand Cayman has various attractions and landmarks, happy to be situated among a relatively exciting destination. The nearest landmark sites from the restaurant include Cayman Islands National Museum and Dr. Roy's Ironshore, both of which are only a short distance from The Brasserie.
Active travelers say they've come to these parts for the availability of activities made for the great outdoors, located around this district. Vacationers who come to town can leisurely practice (or take serious score) at the nearby popular golf club, Britannia Golf Course. While you're in town, also check out Smith's Cove, which is the most nearby beach and is only approximately a mile and a half away. Keep in mind those two are among a few different options for golf courses and beaches in the surrounding area.
If you are trying to find another area restaurant with similar menu items and/or a comparable price range, there is no lack of nearby options to choose from, including The Lobster Pot Restaurant.
However, if you're looking for something a little different, this part of Grand Cayman has an impressive range of restaurants, offering all types of cuisine styles and menu items. For instance, you might also consider trying Latin American food at, which is a short distance away.
The Brasserie accepts American Express, Discover, Master Card and Visa. The Brasserie is open from 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Location: 171 Elgin Avenue, Georgetown, Grand Cayman
Phone: (345) 945-1815
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