By Chantel Da Costa
Do you love sushi? Then you are in luck because the Cayman Islands has some of the best sushi restaurants in the region.
From traditional rolls of vinegared rice, seafood and vegetables to more inventive fusion recipes, the styles of sushi are wide and varied you can enjoy them all on the island.
Here are the top five sushi restaurants in the Cayman Islands.
Yoshi Sushi is an authentic sushi and Japanese restaurant located in the Seven Mile Beach area. You can indulge in the tasty Centipede Roll with tempura shrimp and crab topped with sliced avocado and spicy mayo with unagi sauce or try Lover’s Roll with spicy tuna, avocado, cucumber, tempura crunch, salmon, spicy mayo, hot sauce, tobiko, sprouts and edible flower petals. You will be spoilt for choice, there are over 20 enticing signature Yoshi Sushi rolls to choose from. Or you can sample a variety of rolls with a sushi platter. Vegetarian options are available.
Open every day from 11.30am to 11pm Yoshi Sushi is a popular spot for Caymanians. Reservations are highly recommended, 345-943-9674.
Mizu Asian Bistro & Bar
Located on the Waterfront at Camana Bay, you will find Mizu Asian Bistro and Bar. This Asian inspired restaurant and bar serves up fresh flavours in a Pan-Asian menu. You will find delicious maki sushi roll options on the Mizu menu, such as Fire Mountain that features fresh salmon, crab, tobiko, avocado topped with sriracha.
Mizu is open every day from 11.30am to midnight. Call 345-640-0001 to reserve your spot.
Thai Orchid may be known for their authentic Thai cuisine, but did you know that they also serve up some delicious sushi? There are of plenty options to choose from. You can dine on nigiri sushi or enjoy maki sushi, plus there are vegetable options as well.
The Queen Court Plaza restaurant is open Monday to Friday from 11.30am to 10pm and opens Sundays and Saturdays at 10.30am to 10pm. For reservations call, 345-949-7955.
Kazoku Japanese Bistro
Do you crave something fresh and Japanese? Then go to Kazoku Japanese Bistro. They serve divine sushi options, both cooked and raw sushi. You can try the popular California roll with crab, avocado, cucumbers and fish eggs or the Magic roll with spicy tuna, salmon, cucumber, shrimp and fish eggs on top, and there is plenty on the menu to choose from.
Located on North Sound Road in George Town, the food at Kazoku will have you coming back for more. The restaurant is open Sunday to Wednesday 11.30am to 10.30pm and Thursday to Saturday closes at 11pm.
Taikun at the Ritz-Carlton offers up the finest quality sushi. The Taikun menu serves up some authentic ingredients that are sure to delight. Popular dinner dishes include the Dragon maki sushi that consists of shrimp tempura, BBQ eel, avocado, soy BBQ sauce, cucumber, sesame seeds and tobiko.
The dining room opens at 6pm, Wednesday to Sunday. Reservations are recommended, call 345-815-6912.
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