Fusion Cuisine on Grand Cayman

If you find yourself in the mood for Fusion cuisine, don't miss out on an opportunity to indulge yourself. Though not incredibly abundant, there are a few places in the Cayman Islands serving this kind of food.

Your plate will be full of choices, from the very casual attitude beloved by patrons of Mimi’s Dock Bar & Restaurant to the cafes whose specialties will have you craving more, you may very well stumble upon something that tempts your taste buds.

The list below allows you to peek at the few choices for Fusion restaurants you'll encounter during your stay. Find one that whets your appetite and click its name to read more about its location, ambiance, and more.


East End | (345) 947-2700

Tukka is found in East End, a village on Grand Cayman; to the east of Bodden Town. For those times when you're in need of a memorable Fusion atmosphere without all the fuss, this mellow, informal restaurant fits the bill. 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.

Mimi’s Dock Bar & Restaurant

Colliers | (345) 947-7449

Positioned 3.5 miles north-northeast of East End, Mimi’s Dock Bar & Restaurant is located at Morrit's Grand Resort. If you're wondering, Bodden Town is 13 miles (20 and a half kilometers) to the west-southwest. This local establishment isn't merely Fusion cooking and their signature staple of hamburgers, but it's also fawned-over for another favorite, 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."

You can't plan for it, but sometimes the best dining options in the Cayman Islands are those that you catch sight of - or scent of - while walking around during the day. But of course, it doesn't hurt to plan ahead. To discover much more concerning the types of food awaiting you, check out this page.


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