Sunday Feasts | Cayman Islands
On Sundays, Walter and Cristiano, owners of the award-winning Agua, fully embrace their Italian roots. Instead of a buffet brunch, families and friends are welcomed into their Camana Bay restaurant to enjoy a more traditional lunch, the likes of which their grandmothers might serve. The menu changes weekly but includes dips, salads and charcuterie, followed by fresh fish and grilled meats, with a sweet finale and the option of bottomless bubbles.
Against the elegant backdrop of Anchor & Den, the Boulangerie Brunch at the Marriott is rooted in a love of freshly baked breads, artisanal cheeses and regional charcuterie, which are enticingly presented, buffet-style. This diversity of deli items is supplemented by hot and cold offerings ranging from sushi and beef to breakfast items and desserts. Unlimited fizz is available as an add on or help yourself to a pre-made cocktail from the fridge as you pass.
They offer some of the finest dining to be found in Cayman. Indulge in the LP's Sunday Brunch that offers a delectable selection of eggs 'benny' (with lobster is a must), exceptional seafood or steak, or the ultimate Sunday Roast. Sit back and relax with a chilled glass of bubbles whilst taking in the commanding views of the active waterfront.
Enjoy sensational sea views, whether seated indoors or out, and feast on fabulous flavours from around the world from your elevated viewpoint at Ave. The luxurious brunch spread includes superb sushi and seafood, cheese and charcuterie, eggs, hot dishes and decadent desserts, all impeccably served by charming staff. For a truly indulgent Sunday, add sparkling wine or craft cocktails.
Ferdinand’s team of chefs pull out all the stops for Sunday brunch, with a salad bar, artisanal cheeses and cold cuts, locally-laid eggs, a carving station, sushi and dim sum, and of course sweet treats to finish. Eat and drink to your heart’s content – libation options include limitless sparkling Marquis de la Tour, Oyster Bay sauvignon blanc or zesty margaritas – so you can sip, savour and repeat, with your toes resting in the sparkling sands of Seven Mile Beach.
Home to Grand Cayman’s most extravagant brunch, Seven is the ultimate Sunday destination for a special occasion. The decadent spread includes everything from fruit, pastries and eggs to sushi, seafood and steak, with the option of free-flowing Moët & Chandon to keep the taste buds tingling. For a more family-friendly affair, amble over to Andiamo where kids can play in the waterpark while parents tuck into a three course à la carte brunch.
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