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The Peninsula , West Bay Road in the Marriott Grand Cayman,
949-0088, $$. Bring a big appetite for this restaurant's Friday night Pi-
rate's Night Buffet. The food is just part of the fun, you'll be entertained by
a limbo dancer as well as a fire eater. Reservations are required. The res-
taurant is open for lunch and dinner daily.
Ferdinand's , Westin Casuarina, West Bay Road,
345-945-3800, $$-
$$$. The breakfast and lunch eatery for the Westin Casuarina, Fer-
dinand's has indoor and outdoor dining (the outdoor dining area, which we
recommend, is covered with netting to keep the birds out of the breakfast
plates); reservations are suggested. The menu is varied and rich with sea-
food items. Start with conch fritters or jerk pork quesadillas, then move on
to Caribbean lobster tail, Malaysian satay, salmon tournedos, Mediterra-
nean chicken kabob, or grilled tuna. Take-out is also available.
Cimboco , The Marquee off West Bay Road,
345-94-PASTA, $$. This
popular restaurant, open for lunch and dinner, serves pasta and fish
dishes with a Caribbean flair. Choices include fire-roasted Caribbean
rotis, jerk chicken sandwiches, “Hell Hot” pasta, shrimp pesto, and daily
fish specials. Cimboco is the creation of the same folks who brought
Chicken! Chicken! (below) to Grand Cayman. Diners can eat in or take out.
Chicken! Chicken! , West Bay Road at West Shore Centre,
2290, $-$$. This small restaurant serves, well, chicken. Caribbean wood-
roasted chicken is sold by the quarter or by the half; family-sized meals are
also available. Side dishes include wild rice pilaf, tarragon carrots, butter-
milk mashed potatoes, jicama coleslaw, and more. You can dine in or take
Coffee Shops & Bakeries
The Coffee Grinder , Seven Mile Shops on West Bay Road,
4833, $. Start your day indoors or outside at this bakery and deli. Morning
favorites include bagels, croissants, honey pecan rolls and scones, all ac-
companied by a selection of over 30 coffees as well as espresso and cappuc-
cino. Lunch specialties include soups, salads and sandwiches ranging
from muffalettas to tuna salad to Reuben sandwiches.
Dickens Internet Café , Galleria Square,
345-945-9195, $. This café is
popular for both its bakery and its 12-cents-a-minute Internet connections
(you'll see four terminals at the front of the bakery; just sign up and keep
track of your time). Order up some espresso then enjoy poppy seed bagels,
quiche or deli sandwiches. The atmosphere is reserved, with hardwood
floors and displays of English teapots.
PD's Pub , Galleria Plaza, West Bay Road,
345-949-7144, $. Yes, this is a
pub, but during breakfast hours you'll find a full menu of eye-opening
dishes: huevos rancheros, breakfast quesadillas, corned beef hash, eggs
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