This place is a long drive (45 minutes) from the Seven Mile Beach resorts and hotels. It is also not for those who seek elegance and comfort. However, if you like to experience local cuisine, and mix with the locals, this is one place to check out for sure. Service was very slow, on "island time" as they call it. Just go with it. No alcohol in the restaurant, but there is a bar next door, and someone from there comes by your table to see if you want a drink. Different for sure, and no wine of any mention, but the rum cocktails were very good. The best part by far was the West Indian cuisine fish dishes, among the best on Grand Cayman. We would go back for sure the next time we visit the island.
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