The Island is home to a number of fantastic cafés, all staffed with great chefs who prepare sumptuous breakfasts and lunches, as well as freshly baked bread, cakes and pastries.
You can visit The Pantry at Seafire, located just off the lobby of the chic Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, for freshly baked pastries, sandwiches, fresh salads and local fruit smoothies, pressed juices and steaming hot espresso. Call (345) 746 0000.
Icoa Café in Seven Mile Shops on West Bay Road, famous for their tasty cakes and a wide range of lunch and dinner options.
Established coffee houses include Paperman’s Coffeehouse which has three locations: the Strand Shopping Centre, Windjammer Plaza and Midtown Plaza; Perk Up Café in Governors Square; Jessie's Juice Bar and Café in Camana Bay and Governors Square and Café del Sol, which has two locations: Marquee Plaza, SMB and, more recently, Country Corner in Savannah and has served coffee and an assortment of baked goods to Cayman for 20+years.
In Camana Bay there is Petit Paris, a delightful little French bistro that’s known for its flaky croissants, pastries, macarons, cookies, decadent cakes, all freshly baked daily; international coffee giant, Starbucks; Pane & Pasta which offers sandwiches and lunch options to go; Carnivore, serving deli-style sandwiches, meats, sides and salads for lunch – while you are there, pick up your meat cuts for a quick dinner at home and West Indies Wine Company, which now offers a full sandwich and salad menu for a graband go bistro-style lunch.
Lauren’s, in Buckingham Square, serves tasty breakfast treats such as fresh sweet and savoury crêpes, as well as many lunch options and daily specials.
Water & the Elephant is a specialty coffee bar and cafe in the Cayman Technology Centre and Coffee Point in Pasadora Place is a lively spot for the breakfast and lunch crowd with daily changing specials, plenty of choice for vegetarians and fantastic coffees.
South West Collective in George Town has a great breakfast menu and delicious espressos and pressed juices. Their lunch menu features salads with house-made dressing, plus freshly prepared savoury pies, sausage rolls and soups. Also in George Town is Bluestone Lane Café, a brunch and lunch destination in central George Town with hot and cold caffeinated beverages and Cayman Crêperie which offers crêpes along with sandwiches and coffee.
Over on the north side of the Island, Kaibo Beach Espresso community coffee shop is open for breakfast from 7am daily. Sample their freshly roasted Colombian coffee and straight out of the oven pastries. They also offer hot breakfast paninis, bagels and gluten-free brownies.
The National House Bakery has been providing Cayman residents with bread, buns and patties since 1963. They are located in Canon Place, Unit 128, 298 North Sound Road, Industrial Park.