We heard about Kurt's from another couple staying on the East end and they absolutely raved about it. This is a "joint" if you know what I mean-not fancy, but ton's of local character and charm. In fact the directions are pretty wild too-take the Georgetown cutoff from the East end, and look for the gas station on your right, then look to your left for the liquor store and when you see it, keep looking left for the orange type building-you've found Kurt's. Kurt's offers the beast meal for the money on Grand Cayman. It is a well kept secret and the food was cooked fresh, and the quantity plentiful. Daily seafood is listed on the chalk board, The day we visited, I enjoyed grouper and had it blackened. It was served with a generous helping of vegetables, mac and cheese, rice and beans, and a couple of slices of fried plantain. The seasoning was light and not overpowering-the fish was firm and flaky and truly outstanding. Our sweet hostess suggested it and described the fish as light tasting (I'm a fried fish kinda guy too). Did I mention there was two fillets? We got a local dessert to go-Casava cake and you gotta give it a try! Kurt's is a bargain on the East end!
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