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  • Writer's pictureKim Hanlon

Brunch Your Sunday Away

If you’re spending a special occasion on island, or just in need of a little extra extravagance, a Sunday brunch treat could be just what you need.

All inclusive Sunday brunches are a-plenty around our little isle, and they vary just as much in cost and what they offer.

The majority of the brunches offer unlimited bubbles alone as the alcohol option, so you might want to take this into account in your selection. If you’re not a fan of the bubbly, there are still quite a few with a wider variety of ways to make you wake up full of regret, even if you’re not quite sure what you’re regretting.

So then, with that in mind, we’ve compiled a handy list of some of the most popular brunches to help you decide which one is the best fit for your needs.

Fanciest Affairs

Kimpton: 65ci / 75ci with bubbles and select cocktails

Bottomless Buffet brunch at one of the most lavish restaurants on Cayman. From Oysters to egg white omelettes made to order at the breakfast station, Sunday Roast carvery, a diverse Sushi selection, delectable desserts and your glass of bubbly is never left empty.

A choice selection of cocktails are also available at the bar.

Anchor and Den at The Marriott: 62ci / 70ci with bubbles

Boulangerie brunch. Think of the finest and largest charcuterie board you can imagine, full of an eclectic selection of cheese, bread and meats, spread it around a large room and add bottomless bubbles. Obligatory photo op in the lobby afterwards.

Ritz : 68ci / 92ci with Champagne

As one would expect with the Ritz, the most luxurious brunch on the island. The abundance of tantalizing offerings is crowned by a masterful seafood display and flowing Moët & Chandon Champagne. Best get in early and get your moneys worth!

Mid range with bubbles

Luca : 65ci with bubbles

A long time local favourite. Fills up fast, so book early to get a seat inside.

This one really is a foodies paradise. Fresh oysters, mussels, shrimp, ceviche, sushi, sashimi, tataki and smoked salmon. The chef’s carving station often offers luxurious dishes such as Rack of Lamb and Beef Wellington and a fresh to order pasta station. If you can fit it in - there’s plenty on offer in the dessert and European cheese board selection to boot.

Blue cilantro : 45ci / 62ci with bubbles

A-la-carte 5 course brunch menu that changes weekly featuring breakfast plates, oysters, sushi, king crab, dumplings, lamb shoulder, salmon, chicken, pork, desserts, cheese boards and optional bottomless prosecco.

Aqua : 55ci / 75ci with Bubbles and Wine Selection

Italian Seafood cuisine with a South American twist. Featuring calamari, octopus, shrimp, pastas, risottos, salmon, lamb and dessert. For the wine connoisseurs, there is an option to upgrade to the premium wine selection for an extra 25ci. Eating House 1503 : 50ci / 60ci with bubbles One of the newer restaurants on the brunch scene, fantastic service and great variety of food options. Omelete / egg station, carving station, sushi bar, soups, salads cheese and meat boards and if you have still have room a wide array of desserts and chocolate fondue fountain are at your disposal. Service is with a smile and your glass is never left empty, and an in house DJ is there to soundtrack your meal.

Most bang for your buck for the frugal bruncher

Xqs : 59ci

This brunch is definitely more about the booze than the food. A big kids birthday

party. A tea party for chimps, as it were. Omelette / fresh pasta station, hearty Asian dishes, salad buffet and individual pizza / finger food brought to your table by order. Bubbles / cocktails / wells / beer all included.

Servers are great and leaving this one without a wobble is no mean feat.

Mizu : 58ci

An endless array of house-made dim sum, fresh sushi and regional Asian specialties. A family style abundance of food brought to the table. Bottomless bubbles and open bar wells / beers.

Karoo: 59ci

Outdoor Brazilian BBQ style brunch at Camana bay. Menu varies, but expect to find shrimp, fish, chicken, skewers, lamb leg and unlimited bubbles / beers / cocktails. May not run weekly, so check with them to make sure for your specific date.

Pani: 34ci Running both Saturdays and Sundays from 11.30am - 3pm, Pani gives us the most inexpensive all inclusive brunch on the island. All you would expect from an Indian cuisine buffet brunch - lamb / beef / chicken / fish / veggie dishes, curries, naans, poppadoms, raita , desserts, and even bottomless wine / beer and wells!

Serious value for Cayman!

Thai Orchid : 19.95ci + 16ci for unlimited bubbles All you can eat Thai buffet with a sushi fusion. Another option running every Saturday and Sunday from 11:30am - 3pm. Great value, and if you've still got some fuel in the tank, wander upstairs to Attic for 4pm happy hour and free pool and darts.

Saltwater Grill:

On Saturdays and Sundays you can order your breakfast food a la carte, with the option of adding unlimited bubbles for 20ci. The Kitchen : 60ci

Unfortunately not running every week, but for something different every Public Holiday Monday, The Kitchen run an A La Carte all you can drink affair. Menu changes from brunch to brunch but can be found featuring smoked salmon benny , deviled eggs, steak fondue, meats, cheese, tasty bar bites with a caesar station, select beers, wines and wells. Most importantly, Mixologist Master Magic Mike will be there and it's the only brunch that I've ever found mashed potatoes :)


  • These prices are not inclusive of grats or tips

  • Find a triathlete in training or a nice pregnant lady to join you and act as designated driver

  • Things change, it’s the nature of the world we live in. Or I may have been inebriated whilst typing this, so double check with the establishments for the precise information to avoid disappointment.


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