The Cayman Islands has been dubbed the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean, and with its impressive variety of diverse cuisine, it’s easy to see why. With over 200 restaurants and eateries across Grand Cayman and the Sister Islands, it’s a wonderful place to encourage your little ones to explore local and international fare. Cayman’s restaurant scene is ever-evolving as eateries continue to excite visitors and residents alike with bold flavours, unique experiences and Caymankind hospitality. With this in mind, we’ve collected some of our favourite, family-friendly dining options for a delicious meal that promises fun for all the family.
Check out Cayman Good Taste for menus and more family-friendly dining picks!
AguaEclectic/Seafood by the Harbour
Agua has great offers throughout the week for families. Sit outside by the waterfront and relax as your children play on the grass and splash in the fountains. Camana Bay is a lovely, family friendly area to spend an evening, and you certainly won't be disappointed with Agua's fantastic food!
Anchor & DenContemporary Comfort Food on Seven Mile Beach
Across the weekend at Anchor & Den, little ones under four eat for free and kids aged 6-12 eat half price, as long as they are dining with adults! Enjoy looking at the terrapins outside and head out onto the veranda to watch the sun go down after your meal.
Cimboco is a family staple in Cayman. They have a great kid's menu available all day, and while children sit they can shape pizza dough before it’s baked in their oven! Not only that, but Cimboco also has colouring sheets available – perfect for the wriggliest of bottoms.
Driftwood Bar & GrillAmerican Caribbean Fusion on the North Sound
Driftwood Bar & Grill at the Grand Caymanian Resort has a beach, pool and some relaxing swing seats. They have recently had pickleball courts installed which is a fun bat and ball game for all the family! When you book an hour of pickleball, you get the equivalent money back in Driftwood food and drink vouchers to spend on breakfast, lunch or dinner!
George Town Yacht ClubCaribbean International by the Airport
Kids can enjoy splashing in the pool whilst the adults sip cocktails and enjoy the cool, island breeze. With their kid's menu and easy access to the airport, this is a hot spot for families.
Located on Seven Mile Beach, Gino's Pizzeria makes a fantastic, New York-style pizza. Most recently, they have introduced scrumptious pizza cupcakes, filled with cheese, tomato and pepperoni - a tasty treat for all the family.
KaiboContemporary Caribbean on the Beach
Take the ferry from Camana Bay across to Kaibo for a day out! Children can play in the water, or on the sand and tuck into a delicious dish from their kid's menu. There are also football nets on a sandy spot next to the restaurant, so it’s a great place for a kick-about with the kids.
MacabucaCaribbean on the Waterfront
Children can watch divers descend and emerge from Turtle Reef at Macabuca in West Bay. The iron shore is home to many a crab that children can spot as they play in the rock pools between courses. It is also right opposite the Turtle Centre and neighbours the Dolphin Centre, so it’s the perfect spot for a traditional Caribbean lunch after a day out seeing the animals!
Ms. Piper'sInternational Kitchen & Garden by the Pool
When you dine at Ms. Piper’s, children can use their beautiful pool, and you can sit at the bar and sample their delightful cocktail menu!
Birthday parties, summer camps, games night... Bring the fun with Pizza Boat! Pizza Boat offers Island-wide delivery and customers can also place their order online. What’s more, you can enjoy a boatshaped pizza with toppings of your choice… it’s Pizza Boat!
Salty'sSports Bar with Playground
Over in Red Bay, Salty’s has both a playground and a bouncy castle to entertain your little ones whilst you eat. They also offer a kid's menu with all their favourite classics!
The WharfContinental Caribbean on the Waterfront
Every night, with the ring of a bell, the nightly tarpon feeding is announced for guests of The Wharf at 7pm and 9pm. The large kid's menu is great for all picky eaters.
Tukka EastAustralian Caribbean Fusion on the Waterfront
If you're in East End, you must stop at Tukka East for their scrumptious Caribbean/Australian fare! Each night, there is Frigate Bird feeding at 5.30pm. Tukka East also supplies food to the Parrot Sanctuary which is a really fun day out for all the family.