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TAPrice

Grand Cayman food

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I'll be in Grand Cayman for a week. Is there anything worth trying there? Any native items that I shouldn't miss?

I don't have high culinary expectations for the trip. We're traveling with a one year old, so that limits us as well.

Some friends our meeting us and have offered to watch the boy for night. I know that Eric Ripert has a restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton there. Worth it or not?

I will certain be sampling Seven Fathoms Rum. It's aged underwater! (Yeah, I'm skeptical as well.)


Todd A. Price aka "TAPrice"

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http://www.tortugarumcakes.com/

Tortuga Rum Cakes, check that place out. Nifty little company that specializes in Rum Cake. They also sell small eats there, like beef patty, not too good however...

Also for a pit stop, there's a place called Hell. Just an inverted terrain that looks like "Hell". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell,_Grand_Cayman

Jim

P.S. Stopped at those two sites while on a cruise this past Christmas, both worth checking out imo. Also, there's a turtle/animal farm if your into that sorta thing.

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