Cayman Island Cooking

Featuring the cuisine of Chef Niven Patel


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3rd Course - Fish

In true Cayman style, our fish course featured fresh from the sea, day boat striped bass over creamy gnocchi, tatsoi, and Romano beans in a rich yet silken Caribbean stone crab butter. Bucking convention, we paired this dish with Cloudy Bay’s 2010 Marlborough Pinot Noir.
The fish was seared skin side down, offering up crisp, smoky layers of flavor that melded with the bright red cherry and raspberry fruit of the Pinot Noir. This is a lighter-bodied Pinot, so it was perfectly suited for pairing with this intensely flavored yet elegant preparation.

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