About Beach House
REFRESH YOUR PALATE
No need to travel far for an amazing meal in Grand Cayman - Beach House, a AAA Four Diamond Restaurant and perennial recipient of the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, is located at Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa. Located right on the water and overlooking Seven Mile Beach. The cuisine is centered on coastal living with foods from the Caribbean, Mediterranean and Asia. These influences have been brought together by Executive Chef Sandy Tuason, who uses local, sustainable fish and the freshest produce from the Cayman islands in his signature dishes.
Toes in the Sand Dinner by Beach House: Create a memorable experience by dining on the beautiful Seven Mile Beach
Setup fee: CI$150 for 1-4 guest (does not include any food or beverage)
Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman 99501
Caribbean, Southern, American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner Nightly: 6:00pm - 10:30pm
Seven Mile beach
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary self parking front of hotel
The public transportation option in Grand Cayman is a public bus system which is considered efficient and inexpensive by most travelers. There is a bus depot located in downtown George Town from which all of the buses start their journeys.
Private Party Facilities:
Toes in the Sand Dinner by Beach House
Create a memorable experience by dining on the beautiful Seven Mile Beach
Setup fee: CI$150 for 1-4 guest (does not include any food or beverage)
To request a beach table email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Private Party Contact:
Norbert Szalay: (345) 945-3800 ext. 6019
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Beach House Ratings and Reviews
We had a wonderful time at the Beach House. The wait staff were more than accommodating. They could not do enough to make sure that our group of six including two children were well taken care of. They went out of their way to make sure that we were happy with everything. I would highly recommend The Beach House to all.
Excellent chef accommodated oysters on half shell, which was not on menu (rather within a seafood soup). The atmosphere is spectacular even at night, the water is not viewed, but the beach has ambient lighting, with glittering sand and modern decor / furnishings!
I must say everything was OK. But we had better dinner elsewhere on the island.
Service was great and food was also very good.
We intended to take a porto at the bar and call a taxi there but unfortunalety the bar area was like a zoo with very very loud guests.
We waited outside for our taxi.
Thank you Carol for recommending this venue for my engagement! It was absolutely off the charts. Omar and Manuel made sure our special occasion was spot on. You guys left no stone unturned. I cant thank you enough. The service, food and ambiance was breathtaking. As you know you have one chance to make it right, and you guys nailed it. This will forever be in our memories.
Thank you again.
We reserved a table and arrived a little early. The hostess was very gracious and gave us some information about the hotel including renovations and a small tour of the entryways of both the Beach House and Ferdinand's next door and letting us know of the hours of each place. We requested a seat on the terrace to enjoy the full moon and nice ocean breeze. Our waiter was very friendly, attentive, and experienced. My husband and I enjoyed a bottle of wine starting with the jumbo crab cakes which had no fillers and I was amazed on how they were even held together. My husband ordered the island wahoo after our waiter gave a brief description of it. I ordered a special snapper of the night and it was so delicious. It had a type of sauce that seemed like a mild curry flavor and both myself and husband loved it. I enjoyed the pear sticky toffee pudding while my husband enjoyed the flourless chocolate cake and we both thought both were tasty. The experience was so friendly, relaxing, and tasty and we wouldn't hesitate to try the restaurant again.
We were guests at the Westin Grand Cayman and had our last dinner (of a 6 night trip) here. My husband started with a delicious and inventive fish carpaccio that was really the hit of the meal. For his main course he had the red snapper cooked in a salt crust. The crust was removed at our table but the dinner would have been improved had the fish been deboned at the table as well because my husband was left to pick through the flesh of the fish and it made for a messy plate and a frustrating eating experience. I had the island wahoo which the chef recommended to be served medium rare, that was fine but the fish arrived at room temp and I knew it would be improved if it was warmer. I slowly ate through my first slice waiting for the wait staff to return and see how things were but they never came. Finally I stood up with my plate and walked towards the kitchen when the waiter appeared and offered to get me a new dish. I was finally able to convince him that I just wanted the remaining two slices to be seared off, which they did and the fish was perfect. We both ordered desert, and as a compensation they brought a third desert. I hadn't asked for a comp so it was a nice gesture but I would have preferred that they had just comped us one of the deserts we ordered, especially when they brought truffles to the table with the bill. Anyhow, over all the food was good, it is a lovely spot, the staff was very nice, but it seemed like the restaurant was new and there are still some kinks to work out.
Very average hotel "fine dining" venue. The view of the beach is nonexistent at night. We found far better options on the island for fine dining with much more creative cuisine and superior service. If you want to spend $150-$200 for dinner for 2, look elsewhere.
Food was excellent, service was excellent, the manager brought us a free desert since we had chose the restaurant for our last night in Grand Cayman. Looked like our server had a good amount of tables so we didn't get our check when we would have liked but luckily the atmosphere was great in the outdoor area which made it ok.
I don't generally expect very much out of the ordinary from a hotel dining room, but....this was the best crab cake I have ever eaten (and I've eaten my fair share) _ lump crab and a velvety binding ingredient, with no discernible filler. As well, not being crazy hungry, I requested a half portion of my main (a delicious seafood pasta) to which the manager readily complied. Service was very attentive but professional.
What a wonderful restaurant for dinner! Wonderful views, Super service, the head waiter, sommelier, Omar was outstanding. Lovely preparation of local fish and absolutely the best bread basket! Wish I had the recipe for their crispy light flat bread! Special pre set menu with Italian wine was just great. Surprise glasses of champagne and birthday cake were delightful! Bon voyage cake was fun too! For being a hotel restaurat this was great!
We dined at Beach House last week during our yearly vacation in Grand Cayman and were so very pleased to find such an amazing restaurant right on the beach! The food was perfectly prepared, the wine list very impressive and the service second to none. We will definitely return on future trips to Grand Cayman.
Food was very underwhelming. Presentation was great but flavors were just not there. We were disappointed. Ambiance was ok...but should have better background music other than current pop hits at a nice romantic island beachside restaurant.
Service was great and the maître d was excellent and very on top of everything.
We chose this restaurant for our last night in Grand Cayman. The service and setting were not what we expected from a fine dining restaurant. Service was pleasant but totally amateurish, the hostess checked us in but within minutes had forgotten who we were and that she had already welcomed us and the restaurant was not at all busy. We were seated in a back room. There was no linen on the tables, ugly harsh lighting and intrusive piped music. Food was average. The wine list is amazing but the server specially tasked with taking wine orders freely admitted that he knew nothing about the wines on offer and could not give any advice. A tragedy when they had some very special bottles. Unfortunately not the experience we expected
Beach house was a unique and fun restaurant with an outstanding menu. The waitstaff was attentive and helpful while also being extremely friendly. The menu was filled with a variety of fresh and unique items that were very tasty. The only minor complaint that I had was that it was very hot outside when we dined, and it would have been nice to have fans overhead to offset some of the heat. Otherwise, excellent and fun restaurant to eat at!
I enjoyed the range of foods available. I am a nibbler and love to have a bit of everything. The breakfast choice was extensive, my favourite being the french toast with Seville orange juice. The salad was fresh, and the smell of the pasta station enticing. The choices of desserts was fantastic. Loved the cheesecake and the choc mousse cake. Chocolate covered strawberries will always get my vote. Did feel that the waiting time for refill champagne was too long at times. Please consider big outdoor fans as the temperature on the patio got extreme around 2pm. I was too full for the cheese plate I had selected!
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