If you want to truly live like a local when staying in Cayman, Sunday brunch is a must.  Not only is it an amazing opportunity to sample the wide variety of the culinary delights available on Island but it also the perfect time to reconnect with family and friends.  And for those lucky enough to be staying at Plantana, you will be right in the heart of Cayman’s brunch scene.

Less than a 5 minute drive from Plantana, Ave at the Kimpton Seafire presents a buffet of Mediterranean-style cuisine. While there, you can take in the breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea as your taste buds enjoy the delicately prepared, fresh local seafood as well as a selection of hand-rolled Sushi, cheese and charcuterie spreads.

A 10 minute walk from Plantana, along the world famous Seven Mile Beach, Ferdinand’s at the Westin is home to one of Cayman’s longest running brunches. While the restaurant itself is “Caribbean Casual” the selection of food is anything but that. From the breakfast station to the custom pasta bar to the carving station to the desert bar and much, much more, even the pickiest eater in your family will certainly find something that will meet their fancy. 

LUCA Restaurant’s brunch is all about mixing refreshing new specialty dishes with classic brunch offerings week after week. Only a short 2 minute drive away from Plantana, LUCA designs each week’s brunch menu according to the finest, in-season ingredients available. Even if you were to visit each Sunday of your stay, you would always find something new and exciting to try.

The A-La-Carte Brunch at Blue Cilantro is the best of both worlds. Start by picking a small breakfast dish and up to two main small plates.  As you wait for these to come, a variety of other samplings including jumbo shrimp, Dim Sum and quiches will be brought to the table for you to enjoy.  The menu changes every Sunday so be sure to check out their website for more information on what to expect.  Best part? Blue Cilantro is less than a 5 minute drive from Plantana.

Stylish. Gourmet. Homemade. That’s how Anchor & Den at the Marriott Beach Resort describes its brunch.  Just over a 5 minute drive from Plantana, the entire brunch selection is based around the restaurants love of charcuterie, regional cheeses and homemade baked breads. Guest can also look forward to self-serve cocktails and specialty juices.  Locals highly recommend the omelets.

Have we got your mouth watering? Then what are you waiting for?! Book your stay here at your beach home away from home and experience some of what has made Cayman the culinary capital of the region.

 

 

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