Dine under the sea, or at least feel like that's what you're doing, at David's Deep Blue Restaurant and Bar. Everything from the decor to the menu places an emphasis on the wonders of the underwater world that surrounds the island.
Seafood is the star of the show at David's Deep Blue Restaurant, with steamed lobster, roasted mahi, and grilled snapper always on demand. Meats, poultry, and pastas are also available to guests who are in the mood for something else, but regardless of what you order, you can be sure that it is prepared fresh and with organic ingredients.
David’s Deep Blue Restaurant and Bar is a bar and grill where they proudly serve their take on eclectic cuisine. Expect an atmosphere and service that is informal. This dining option is on the table during dinner only, so make sure to plan your visit around the limited hours they are open.
Unless you strap on a SCUBA tank and dive into the sea, there is no where to feel more like you are underwater than David's Deep Blue. All of the colors of the sea are represented here, and artwork of sea life lines the walls. Choose to dine indoors or out, but enjoy a tropical atmosphere no matter which seating area you choose.
This restaurant is on the beach, located toward the northeastern outskirts of Colliers, 3.5 miles north-northeast of East End, David’s Deep Blue Restaurant and Bar is located at Morrit's Grand Resort. Local residents and vacationers checking out Bodden Town might also think about eating here, as it's 12.8 miles to the east-northeast of town.
Vacationers hoping to combine their restaurant visit with some nice sightseeing opportunities may enjoy checking out Cayman Islands Brewery. Do note, however, that if you plan to visit, using the taxi service or having a rental car may be necessary, as it's 17 miles to the west.
Something else to try besides the food the area near this location is East End, the closest beach, where you might nod off after a good meal or a long day.
For those trying to find a local restaurant with some similar kinds of food and/or a similar ambiance, there are quite a few nearby options to consider, including Vivine's Kitchen. It is situated two and a half miles to the south of this restaurant.
On the other hand, if you're looking for something a little different, this part of Grand Cayman boasts a long list of restaurants choices that will satisfy nearly any type of diner. For example, you can also try International cuisine at Pelican's Reef Restaurant, which is located right on the beach.
The entrees at David's Deep Blue can cost anywhere between $17 and $30(USD) on average, though you'll be required to pay a bit more for lobster.David’s Deep Blue Restaurant and Bar accepts most major credit cards.
Location: 2289 Queens Highway, Colliers, Grand Cayman
Phone: (345) 745-5910
Secondary Phone: (345) 947-7449
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