You might see more items in a Sunday Brunch from a large hotel in the US, but not the quality. Where to start. 3 kinds of Caviar, great Sushi, three kinds of smoked salmon, crab legs, oysters and endless shrimp. Great selection of breads, all crisp and fresh. Omelets, eggs benedict, which was as good as anything I've had in New Orleans, great bacon and sausage.
How about a little Dim Sum. Fresh and zesty. Prime Rib and Ham for the meat eaters. The dessert section seemed small, but every one I tried was better than the last one. Sticky toffee pudding, a specialty of the Cayman Islands, was the best we had all week.
All of this doesn't come cheap, 68 dollars Cayman Island dollar and 94 dollars with champaign. But definitely worth it.
First class service as expected at the Ritz Carlton. Don't miss this one.
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