Uniquely Cayman

Chef John’s BBQ
Address: Public Beach, West Bay Road and Crewe Road

Chef John cooks up BBQ and jerked chicken and pork with picnic sides on an open grill right on the beach. As casual as it gets. Also on Crewe Road. Open Thursday-Saturday from 5:00 until the food is gone. Catering available for weddings and other special events.

Address: Bodden Town Road

Local dishes including fish, goat, chicken and pork served up in a variety of local styles. Look for the kitchen on the side of the road near the Dunkin Donuts in Bodden Town. Open for lunch and dinner, serving until midnight. A great meal on the road while you tour the island.

Jolly Roger – Tall Ship dinner cruise
Address: office – Treasure Island Resort, West Bay Road

Dine and sail on Cayman shores. Dinner sailings Monday through Thursday plus Saturday. Your choice of beef, fish or vegetarian, including open bar. Friday cruise does not include food. 5:30 to 8:00pm from the South Terminal in the harbour.

Marjean’s Jerked Chicken
Address: Hell Road, West Bay

Marjean makes the jerk sauce and husband Louis does the cooking on the steel drum grill under the cabana. Chicken so special not even her daughter knows the recipe. Serving smoky delicious chicken – plain or deliciously spicy, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings starting around sundown. You won’t find this one listed in the phone book or on the internet. But you will find it in Hell – just follow your nose.

Miss Gloria Scott’s Restaurant
Address: Goring Ave., George Town

Miss Gloria starts serving at 7am and stops when there are no more customers. Local dishes created in her own kitchen. Give her a call if you are really hungry and she will do her best to fix you up. A homey Caymanian experience, just a short way from the cruise ship terminals in George Town.

Rankin’s Jerk Pit
Address: Shamrock Road, Bodden Town

Jerk is just the start – also serving oxtail, beef, goat, soup, hamburgers and more. Open 11:30am to 9:00pm Monday to Thursday, to 11:00pm Friday and Saturday. Look for the picnic tables and life-sized livestock models, just past Bodden Town school.