Cayman Island Cooking

Featuring the cuisine of Chef Niven Patel


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I love coconut and it happens to be a very wine-friendly flavor, particularly if that wine is deep, rich and honeyed like the 2009 Kracher Cuvee Beerenauslese. Based on Welsh Riesling and Chardonnay, this sweet, luscious wine offered up peach, grapefruit and caramel flavors that were the perfect way to end a meal, especially when paired with Chef Niven’s Jonagold apple and almond strudel. It was topped with a coconut ice cream that brought a taste of the Caribbean right to a rainy, midtown Manhattan evening. It was a great way to shine a little Caribbean sunlight and Cayman kindness on us all!

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    Nov 22, 2012 at 3:10 PM

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    Fantastic post on the food of Cayman island! I had have never an idea that those food, which was mine favorite ones were available at destination where I am flying next month, I have heard that some of <a href=""><b>cayman restaurants</b></a> also offer rooms to stay, can you list of them?

    Dec 28, 2012 at 5:35 AM

  • I was on a long trip with my family to the Cayman Islands. I wanted to explore the city in my own way so I decided to rent a car; to my surprise we got the car at very affordable rent. I enjoyed the Cayman bars as well as my kids and wife enjoyed the most delicious food there. For more information you can visit

    Apr 12, 2013 at 4:06 AM

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