The Cayman Islands, particularly Grand Cayman, is so well known for its amazing range of great places to eat that it has gained the title of the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean. With more than 200 eateries and local restaurants, part of the fun of dining in Cayman is introducing your little ones to the Island’s ever-evolving flavours, experiences and culinary destinations. You could explore for a long time without eating at the same restaurant twice! Here are some of our favourite family-friendly dining options. We hope you can excite your children to love food and eating out as much as we do!
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With plenty of space for buggies and kids under four eating for free at the weekend, this is a great indoor eating option. Enjoy looking at the terrapins outside before your food arrives!
A popular pizza restaurant with a great vantage point to watch kids playing in the fountains. Their menu includes delicious gluten-free pizza and pasta options.
Located on the waterfront, this authentic Italian restaurant is a great spot for watching the tarpon and enjoying the beautiful ocean views.
A popular Caribbean café that’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Kids will have fun shaping pizza dough, which the chefs will bake on the spot for them!
Natural and locally-grown ingredients go into a huge range of delicious freshly made gelato and sorbets. Perfect for a cool-down in Camana Bay after playing in the fountains.
Kids can splash in the pool, whilst the adults sip cocktails and enjoy the breeze. With its kids menu and easy access to the airport, this is a hot spot for families.
This laid-back but stylish restaurant serves up great pizzas from their wood-fired oven. Parents can watch their kids splash in the shallow water or play with the giant Jenga and Connect 4.
Perfect for a ‘grown-up’ meal out, Ragazzi serves children’s portions of their authentic homemade pizza and pasta that are sure to go down a treat with adults and kids alike.
The swimming pool here makes this a fab ‘swim + dine’ option for families. They have a great kids’ menu, including fresh grilled mahi and fries that can be swapped for fruit for a healthier option.
Looking out at the Wreck of the Ten Sails, this is a great spot for breakfast or Sunday brunch. Warm Australian hospitality, great views and a delicious menu make this an excellent dining choice.
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