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bean” (you can't miss old “Hook” himself as you drive by). A favorite with
families, Hook's has a full menu of seafood dishes including crab cakes, co-
conut shrimp, Cajun jambalaya, Cayman-style mahi mahi, rum-soaked
garlic jumbo shrimp, clam chowder, and more. Surf-and-turf dishes in-
clude prime rib and lobster tail as well as New York steak with king crab
legs. Kid-sized portions are available and you can dine inside or outdoors.
Deckers , West Bay Road in front of the Hyatt Regency,
$$-$$$. You can't miss this restaurant: just look for the double decker bus
out front. A casual eatery, located right on West Bay Road, Deckers com-
bines a pub atmosphere with the fun of a beach bar. Options include appe-
tizers like conch chowder, conch fritters, coconut shrimp; save room for
main courses such as Caribbean lobster, mahi mahi in an island sweet po-
tato crust, mesquite grilled shrimp, or beef tenderloin. Reservations are
The Peninsula , Marriott Beach Resort, West Bay Road,
$$-$$$. Just steps off the beach, this outdoor restaurant specializes in sea-
food dishes: crab stuffed shrimp, Caribbean grouper filet, lobster, chili-cit-
rus glazed tuna, ahi tuna salad, hazelnut-encrusted mahi mahi, and more.
For meat lovers, options include roasted rack of New Zealand lamb, cumin
spiced pork tenderloin, and New York strip steak. Every Friday, this res-
taurant hosts a large buffet with a Caribbean theme show (see Nightlife ,
Outback Steakhouse , West Bay Road in The Strand,
$$-$$$. Part of the popular chain of steakhouses with an Australian
theme, this eatery serves up a variety of steaks cooked to order. Open for
dinner only, it also offers veggie dishes, from Walkabout soup to seafood
and pastas. Reservations are recommended. Outback offers take-out ser-
vice and a children's menu.
Caribbean Nights
Caribbean Dinner Party , Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman, West
Bay Road,
345-949-1234, ext. 5208. Held on Tuesday and Fri-
day nights from 6:30-9:30 pm, this show features limbo dancers,
fire eaters, and a steel pan musician. The evening includes dinner of
pepperpot soup, spicy conch stew, salads, Jamaican barbecued fish, jerk
mahi mahi, and more. The dinner and show are priced at CI $42 (plus a
15% gratuity), which includes the dinner buffet and mixed drinks. Chil-
dren under 12 are admitted for half-price.
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