Must visit Cayman Islands food venues for tourists

So, you’re heading to the Cayman Island for the vacation of your dreams, and it could be a once in a lifetime experience! You’ve got your accommodations, and you know what to pack; all that’s left to do is figure out what to see and experience from attractions to of course the best food the islands have to offer.

Tourist Spots

Whether you want to have a vacation full of fun and excitement or relaxation, or maybe a little bit of both you’ll find all you can imagine in the beautiful Cayman Islands. People from all walks of life choose Residences at Seafire and Kimpton Seafire as their dream destination.

In fact, many celebrities are spotted in the Cayman Islands. Some big names include Alicia Keys and John Legend at the famous jazz festival on the island; Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mike Tyson and Powerhouse Gym; and Tom Cruise and Taylor Swift have been spotted enjoying the ocean.

Here are some of the top tourist spots that you may find appealing no matter what your vacation style is!

-Stingray City – Get up close and personal with friendly stingrays.
Seven Mile Beach – Soft sand welcomes you and visitors love chair and umbrella rentals to spend the day snorkeling, swimming and more at a clean, family-friendly beach.
-Pure Art – The perfect place to find a unique art souvenir created by local artists.
Cayman Crystal Caves – Stunning caves featuring phenomenal formations to take your breath away.

Good Eats!

But what about the food? This is an integral part of any trip memory. Be sure to try at least one of these well-known restaurants:

Over the Edge: If you want great local seafood accompanied by a spectacular view then you’ll be thrilled with Over the Edge. The restaurant specialties include grilled lobster, coconut shrimp and key lime pie. The deck goes right out over the crystal blue waters. Country superstars the Dixie Chicks have been spotted dining here in the past.

Tukka, East End: Taste excellent and unique foods at Tukka, East End which also is situated right by the pristine ocean. Some menu items that may interest you are kangaroo sausage, lion fish ceviche, lobster spring rolls and chicken curry. With excellent service and the chance to feed the Friggot birds you’ll have fun and a memorable meal.

One thing is guaranteed, this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to sights and tastes of the Cayman Islands. You’ll be planning your next visit before you leave!