Aug 272012

Grand Cayman is one of the Caribbean’s culinary havens.  Great restaurants are easy to come by, and you’ll want to return just to try the restaurants you didn’t have time to try on your last trip.

The standout dining experience on our July trip was at la Dolce Vita – a waterfront Italian bistro in Georgetown.

Sunset View from our Table

I started with the Contadina salad, which was exquisite in its freshness and simplicity.  My entree was the Gnocchi Virgina.  It was pure pillowy, pesto-y goodness.

Gnocchi Virgina – Dolce Vita

Mr. Reeftraveler indulged in the Seafood Pasta special, which was similarly amazing.

Seafood Pasta Special

A few tips to know before you go.

Tip 1 – Make a reservation

Tip 2 – Go at sunset

Tip 3 – Be prepared for a splurge (but really, nothing in Grand Cayman is inexpensive)

And finally, be prepared for some fantastic food and warm, Italian-style hospitality.


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  4 Responses to “la Dolce Vita in Grand Cayman”

  1. Wow nice post! I know that all Cayman Restaurants are fantastic but still I would love to know which ones are frequently visited by customers? Which are the top 10 restaurants? Any idea?

  2. You make me inspired for visiting la Dolce Vita soon. I know that there has a good environment if I will go there during sunset. I also know their serving food items are really delicious from all side. I’m wishing to go there soon with my family. Thanks

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