Tikka was our fave restaurant on Grand Cayman, in fact we ate here 3 times. Enjoyed the appetizers especially, and the awesome beach side location.
Long drive but well worth the trip. If you are debating whether to eat here or at Rum Point, DEFINITELY EAT HERE! Lunch outside on the balcony or beach is excellent. They even give you a pair of binoculars to look a at the wrecks on the reef described in the menu. Had Lionfish tacos...Lionfish. Where else will you get... More
Just had lunch here with my husband. The Aussie burger was great- huge burger with Swiss cheese, bacon, sautéed onions, beets and pineapple with a fried egg on top! Very filling even without the bun! Great setting overlooking the beach. They also have indoor seating. Very good service. Not the most extensive menu but adequate for island beach type of... More
Great food, great atmosphere, great service... Only thing missing is an eight foot high concrete kangaroo. Don't missing if you are visiting the island.
We decided to drive the Island. We had read about Tukka on trip advisor so when we saw it we stopped. Absolutely excellent food and service. Breath taking views while eating. We were given binoculars so we could look at the wrecks in the area, I had the shrimp salad and my husband the curry. Both dishes were delicious. Service... More
Although a trek from the tourist fleshpots of 7 mile beach, this is a great venue. Make sure to find time to visit, either lunch or dinner. The food is superb, the service friendly and the seats on the terrace are the business. Just the place to while away a few hours supping good wine (or beer) and eating tasty... More
A definite must and worth traveling to the East End! The staff was friendly, and everyone was happy with their dinners! The fish was out of this world! It was a local's recommendation! Listen to the Locals, they have the best advice!
Visting the my daughter. Had the most wonderful dinner at TUKKA. We visit every time I am there. Never a disappointment, always amazing flavors and love the location.
The people were very nice they picked us up at our hotel and took us back for free. The food was the best we ate all week with a great view too!
My husband and I stopped here for lunch while touring the island last week. We were so glad that we did. The waiter gave us binoculars so that we could see the old ship wrecks along the reef. We had a great lunch while enjoying beautiful scenery with a story.
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