Cayman Tukka Grand Cayman Reviews
Fusion Australian & Caymanian Gem May 14, 2011
The East end of Grand Cayman is quaint and as the Island would have been 20 years ago before the growth spurt.
If you want to get away from the tourist areas, this is a great spot.
It's a limited lunch menu but great value & fresh seafood from the local fisherman.
We had fish & chips and a Cajun Mahi Mahi sandwich. No gastronomical choice, so I thought.
The salad was excellent, presentation impressive, taste & food was way better than expected.
To top it off the service was impressive.
As with the Westin, brunch is very popular out there. Certainly will make it back up there to try that soon!
Round the day off with a visit to the infinity pool at Morritts overlooking the ocean and have a frozen cocktail at the bar in the pool. Island life at it's best.
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