Meat lovers rejoice because there is a Caribbean-style gourmet smokehouse in Grand Cayman to fulfil all your cravings. The Brasserie Caboose serves deliciously slow-smoked premium meats that are tender, well-cooked and juicy. There is something for every tastebud from turkey, chicken, pork to baby back ribs and brisket. Also, you choose the...
Meat lovers rejoice because there is a Caribbean-style gourmet smokehouse in Grand Cayman to fulfil all your cravings. The Brasserie Caboose serves deliciously slow-smoked premium meats that are tender, well-cooked and juicy. There is something for every tastebud from turkey, chicken, pork to baby back ribs and brisket. Also, you choose the...

Brasserie Caboose

Location

171 Elgin Avenue KY1-1004 George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Cuisines

Caribbean, International, Seafood

Hours

10:30am - 3:00pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Review

Food price: $$-$$$

Meals

Lunch

About us

Meat lovers rejoice because there is a Caribbean-style gourmet smokehouse in Grand Cayman to fulfil all your cravings. The Brasserie Caboose serves deliciously slow-smoked premium meats that are tender, well-cooked and juicy. There is something for every tastebud from turkey, chicken, pork to baby back ribs and brisket. Also, you choose the Brasserie catch for a fresh fish of the day. Plus, there are options for vegan such as BBQ tofu and garden-fresh mixed greens.

Menus

Features

    Kids Menu
  • Outdoor dining
  • Parking
  • Takeaway

Things to do nearby

CAMANA BAY

Camana Bay is a lively waterfront town offering plenty of entertainment options featuring restaurants, cafes, bars, boutiques, shops, and a movie theatre. Take the time to visit the 75-foot tall observation tower to enjoy beautiful views across the north sound and ocean. Kids love to splash in the various fountain playgrounds. It’s also home to international businesses and schools, and residents of the condos overlooking the harbour. Every Wednesday, there is a weekly farmers and artisans market. Boat tours set sail from the docks, and there’s even a heli-pad.

Cayman Islands National Museum GEORGE TOWN

The Cayman Islands National Museum was established in 1979 to collect, preserve and exhibit the cultural, natural and art history of the Cayman Islands. Situated on the waterfront of Cayman’s capital, George Town, the building housing the National Museum dates back to the early 1800s. The Museum hosts two permanent exhibition galleries and three changing exhibition galleries. The Cayman Islands Museum is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm, and 10am to 2pm on Saturdays, all year round (except bank holidays). The first Monday of every month is free for Cayman residents.

SEVEN MILE BEACH

Close your eyes for a moment and imagine walking along a stretch of powdery, white sand fringed with clear, aquamarine blue water, lapping gently against the shore. Feel the warmth of the setting sun that paints the sky with shades of blue, pink, and gold. What’s terrific about this idyllic scene is that it’s real. Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach offers visitors a mesmerising seascape. In addition, the absence of crowds ensures visitors can enjoy pure tranquillity. SMB is the perfect spot for a moment of repose. The best part of this outdoor treat is its accessibility as it runs parallel to West Bay Road.

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