As spring arrives - and spring break for many - families start making plans to celebrate Easter. At this time of year, one of the most popular things to do is to make arrangements with your loved ones for a festive brunch on Easter Sunday, April 21. To make your celebration extra special, we recommend considering a holiday with Easter brunch in the Cayman Islands.
If you are planning on visiting and wondering where to eat in the Cayman Islands, look no further than Grand Old House for waterfront fine dining. You and your family can dine in an elegant setting on a terrace overlooking the azure Caribbean Sea while enjoying the best of Cayman Islands cuisine. It’s the ideal way to relax and enjoy an Easter meal.
Eliminate the stress of planning a menu, shopping for all the ingredients, preparing, serving and cleaning up after the meal. Instead, at Grand Old House, a top-rated restaurant in Grand Cayman, you’ll be able to relax, perhaps with a glass of Cayman wine, leisurely converse with your companions, and partake of fine dining at a buffet brunch in a truly remarkable setting. Every detail will be attended to, and you will have a most memorable and delicious Easter brunch.
Grand Old House is offering a variety of chef-prepared dishes and fresh and delicious sides and desserts, highlighting ingredients from local farmers and fishermen. Among the featured items are 11 hot options, a large salad buffet, homemade sushi, seafood salads, and – get ready for this – a room full of desserts!
And because it’s Easter, there will be plenty of eggs! Live Action Stations will feature chefs preparing eggs your way, and that’s not all. You’ll want to try the offerings at the Carving Station Curry Station and Pasta Station, just to name a few.
At the biggest station of all, a life-size boat filled with seafood, you’ll find everyone’s catch of the day and more! This bounteous boat will not only be the centerpiece of your buffet experience, but also in the forefront of your memories from this special day.
If anyone in your group follows a vegan diet, no need to worry. Vegan dishes will be available, including vegan curries and a variety of salads.
To complement your dining selections, you may choose from an extensive Cayman Islands wine list. The list includes festive sparkling wines, Champagne, and a host of red and white wines from Bordeaux, Austria, Italy, Spain, Germany and California, among other regions, to pair with your brunch choices.
Save room after all of the chef stations to try some of the many delectable desserts. Grand Old House is known for its chocolate tart, coffee crème brûlée, passionfruit cheesecake, and red velvet chocolate lava cake, among many others, for a sweet way to finish your brunch.
Brunch at the best Cayman Islands restaurant runs from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 21. This popular brunch fills up fast, so be sure to make your reservations early by clicking here.