I'll start by saying that overall, we were disappointed with the culinary experiences on Grand Cayman. Menus were filled with cliches, there was a distinct lack of creativity, presentation and preparation were average and the prices were not justified. Add to this the island "custom" of automatically adding 18% to everything and you are left with uninspired service and food. The exception to this was our night at Blue Cilantro. Here, we found a restaurant that was still trying on every dimension. Service was attentive but not hovering. The menu was diverse, bringing together the best of the local seafood with flavors and preparations from various corners of the world. Only drawback was the location which was just on a street corner, no sense of the Carribean inside or out. Definitely make sure Blue Cilantro is on your itinerary.