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“So good, local food”
Review of Heritage Kitchen

Heritage Kitchen
Ranked #7 of 22 Restaurants in West Bay
Price range: $10 - $20
Cuisines: Caribbean, Seafood
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Good for: Scenic view, Local cuisine
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast
Description: Local Cayman food at it's very best. Recommended by all who have eaten there. Written up as the place to go to in the Cayman Islands by the New York Times.Heritage Kitchen lies snuggled next to Boggy Sands Road in West Bay, serving some of the best local food.Fresh fish fry, fritters and fish tea are some of the most popular dishes.Diners eat at wooden tables outside the tiny restaurant or can sit on the sea wall a few feet away and watch the waves.The restaurant is behind the Heritage shopping centre at the four-way stop.Open Wed/Thu until 8pm,Fri/Sat until 10 pm and Sunday until 8 pm which is our Barbeque Day!
Reviewed November 24, 2012

We tried three times to show up during open hours at this little shack on the beach, and it was so worth the wait. We had the conch soup and fish tea, plus the lobster Cayman style and beef Cayman style. The conch and beef were TO DIE FOR. The others were very, very good, but paled next to the beef and conch soup. The proprietor was so friendly and great sharing her story of her business. A picturesque beach-side picnic table is your perch. Not fancy, but tastes amazing.

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Reviewed November 17, 2012

Food was AWESOME!!! The staff was great. Prices were very resonable. Definitly a must visit while on the island. I had the coconut pan fried grouper, my wife had the jerk chicken, I also had a soup, the whole bill was around $20 CI. Sunday is barbeque day when they have beef ribs as well.

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3  Thank 23TBucket
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Reviewed November 17, 2012

1. Not expensive
2. Very local and authentic
3. No hamburgers on the menu

What else could you ask for?

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2  Thank TheBV
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Reviewed November 17, 2012 via mobile

First of I have to begin and say! I am not a person that likes fish BUT that wash until I ate from Heritage Kitchen. The fish was just rightly fried not soggy but great topping and side. The conch soup is the BEST!!!! Went for lunch and was back within hours for dinner....so good.

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2  Thank K-Antonette
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Reviewed November 16, 2012

Good was great, we had the coconut and pan fried grouper both were very good. The service was great and the portions were big. Glad we stopped there early in our trip so we can go back again!

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2  Thank Staceym5177
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