Fusion Cuisine on Grand Cayman

When the craving strikes for Fusion cuisine, you might find yourself with an opportunity to treat yourself. You may be a bit limited in your options, but you can still find a couple of locations in the Cayman Islands where you can try some.

With lots to try, from the very casual attitude at Mimi’s Dock Bar & Restaurant to the dives whose signature menu items are worth adding to your vacation scrapbook, there is something to suit each and every traveler and all types of budgets.

Before your trip begins, you can scan and read details about the limited, though enticing, options for Fusion places you'll encounter during your vacation. Click each option to learn more about its ambiance, locale, dress code, and more.


East End | (345) 947-2700

Tukka is at 898 Queens Highway. It is east of Bodden Town. Considered by most to be a casual place to have a meal, it's nice when you're not in the mood to get dolled up.

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.

Silverside Rum Gallery & Grill

Georgetown | (345) 749-3434

Situated a few hundred yards south west of downtown Georgetown, Silverside Rum Gallery & Grill is located at Eden Rock Diving Center. Not only do they have festive fare including Fusion goodies, which yes, includes coffee, but here they're also good at sandwiches.

Serving all meals of the day, they are also known for their refreshing craft cocktails. Visitors can order a delicious breakfast wrap with avocado and sausage to start their day. Tapas are also served at the bar. Exciting events such as DJ sets and happy hour are offered late evenings. You might even be lucky enough to catch a fish tournament.

Mimi’s Dock Bar & Restaurant

Colliers | (345) 947-7449

Set 3.5 miles north-northeast of East End, Mimi’s Dock Bar & Restaurant is located at Morrit's Grand Resort, and is a good choice for you to consider if you're visiting this neighborhood. If you're curious, 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 food and of course hamburgers, but it's also dubbed a hotspot for sandwiches.

Mimi's Dock is your typical bar and restaurant, serving everyone's favorite go-tos like salads, sandwiches, and burgers made with 100 percent Kobe beef. The seafood menu brings that Caribbean flavor to the table, and you won't want to miss out on a Cayman Islands "Mudslide."

Sometimes, the most satisfying cuisines in the Cayman Islands are those you decide upon spontaneously while walking around during the day. That being said, you'll save yourself some stress if you have a handful of favorites in mind. To discover even more regarding the culinary options available to you, check out this page.


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