Top ChoiceSeafood in East End

Eastern Star Fish Fry

Tucked into a shack behind the Rubis gas station, this local find offers some of Grand Cayman's tastiest pan-fried whole snapper, lobster tails, conch fritters and whatever else is fresh. The enormous portions...

Caribbean in East End

Vivine’s Kitchen

There really is a Miss Vivine and she really does live in this roadside home with stellar views of the ocean. Local treats such as goat curry, fish and fritters, stewed beef and much more are served up home...

Barbecue in East End

Big Tree BBQ

Henry and his son Arvid fire up the grills in their front yard and prepare an authentic island feast for anyone who cares to sit down in the shade of the big tree. Come for tender ribs, barbecue chicken and local...

Fusion in East End

Tukka

'Tukka' is a riff on the Australian word for food ('tucker'), and at this funky seaside restaurant Aussie Ron Hargrave serves up an eclectic assortment of Caribbean and Australian eats. Specialties include conch...

International in East End

Eagle Rays

A casual, open-air establishment that's both oceanfront and poolside, Eagle Rays attracts a lively après-diving crowd. Its lionfish tacos are second to none, and there are usually live games on the big-screen TV.

Memorial in East End

Wreck of the 10 Sail Monument

In 1794 a convoy of 10 British merchant ships wrecked on the reef off the East End. Local residents came to the aid of the convoy, rescuing all but eight of the passengers and crew. Legend has it that a royal...

Arts & Crafts in East End

Wreck View Art Gallery

You can't miss this seaside souvenir shack, marked by striking sculptures made out of recycled tires. That's just the beginning of the treasures – mostly handcrafted by island residents – that are on offer inside...