Best breakfast and brunch places on Grand Cayman
Published on Thursday, May 19th, 2016 by Lindsey TurnbullTags: Best Breakfast Grand Cayman, breakfast and brunch-lover, Brunch Grand Cayman, caribbean, Cimboco, Coconut Joe’s, Eats Café, Ferdinand’s, Grand Cayman
If you are a breakfast and brunch lover you really have come to the right location! Grand Cayman is filled with excellent restaurants offering scrumptious breakfasts and divine brunches that will be sure to set you up for the day!
The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort and Spa’s Ferdinand’s restaurant offers one of the best Sunday brunches on island. It has the freshest seafood, just-made sushi, succulent salad stations, every breakfast item imaginable, mains such as beautiful whole cooked fish and huge swathes of beef, along with a pasta station and even a smoothie bar! It’s got everything you want along with sparkling bubbles galore. A lovely place in which to soak up the stunning ocean view, along with the delicious cuisine. The staff are also friendly and helpful and go that extra mile to ensure your experience is memorable.
Eats Café in the Falls Plaza on West Bay Road is another great breakfast eaterie – a diner that has a big menu for big appetites. Great breakfasts and the lunches and dinners are tasty, too!
Cimboco in the Marquee Plaza off West Bay Road is a brilliant, cozy and charming restaurant with a welcoming Caribbean vibe that serves up the most amazing breakfasts ever! Mellow out to Bob Marley songs as you feast on cinnamon-flavoured granola layered with yoghurt alongside a healthy portion of seasonal fruit, or go for their frittata with all sorts of goodness cooked in, while Eggs Benedict are given a little Caribbean kick with the addition of a touch of chilli in the Hollandaise. Yum! Cimboco is also great for lunch and dinner. Their ‘Pasta & Tings’ dinner menu is full of delicious choices, such as chicken fettuccini, which is alfredo with a twist: spinach fettuccini in creamy cheese sauce with ‘Island style’ Jerk chicken garnished with shaved parmesan, or chicken ‘n’ seafood Jambalaya: sautéed chicken & shrimp, with a medley of onion, pepper & tomato in a ‘Creole style’ sauce cushioned by white rice. Divine.
If you are looking for a relaxed breakfast place in which to hand out in the outdoors then Coconut Joe’s is a brilliant, inexpensive option. Situated on West Bay Road, Coconut Joe’s offers a really good breakfast menu that’s well-cooked and delicious.
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