Worth going further for…
Trip Advisor awards Kaibo Upstairs No.1 restaurant in Grand Cayman.
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Upstairs Restaurant, Contemporary Dining with Caribbean fare. Chef Laurence Tham utilises his modern European techniques and Michelin star experience with Caribbean ingredients. One thing is for certain: Upstairs menu is guaranteed to impress your inner food critic. Alfresco dining on the patio overlooks the peaceful North Sound.
Beach Bar & Grill
The oldest and the favorite local beach bar in Cayman Kai, Kaibo Beach Bar combines the feel of down-to-earth beach shack with the elegance of one of the Island’s finer establishments. Several transformations since the purpose built beach shack was first erected in the ’70s to serve drinks to HRH Queen Elizabeth on her tour of Grand Cayman, Kaibo Beach Bar’s charm remains intact. Kaibo Beach grill serves local specialities all day and the drinks are worth the discovery.
Kaibo Beach Bar, bamboo clad, with thatch roof and fairy light trim is at the heart of this unique piece of paradise. A world away from Seven Mile strip of Grand Cayman, Kaibo Beach is a genuine family run facility, popular with islanders.
Kaibo Beach Bar is well known for its wide selection of ice cold beer, (the coldest on the island, several degrees below refrigeration) devotedly covered by fresh mountains of ice, day and night.
“Some things in life are worth going further for”
is a popular mantra at Kaibo. The 45 minute drive from George Town is picturesque with historical Bodden Town, The Botanical Gardens and The Mastic Trail on the way. The quickest way to travel to Kaibo Beach from seven mile beach is by boat, only 15 minutes from Camana Bay.
Kaibo Beach Bar is nestled in the quiet harbor of secluded Cayman Kai and the North Sound Nature Reserve, nearby the colloquially known ‘Starfish Point’.
Nightly eco-touristic bioluminescence kayak trips depart from Kaibo Beach.
Beach Bar speciality drinks such as the Rare Rum Mojito, and the Premium Mudslide adorn the list of tropical cocktails to complete your beach experience.
All the food is hand prepped on site to order. This isn’t a fast food outlet; the homemade Kaibo burger is a local favorite, the steak and chips – fantastic value, the coconut curried grouper has a Twitter following! Catch of the day, Cayman style, is supplied locally. ‘Fresh, simple and generous in portion’ is our mission statement at Kaibo Beach Grill; “delicious and affordable” state the customers.
Kaibo Beach is child friendly, with a kids menu, and of course the opportunity to build many sandcastles.
Your animals are welcome too!
Kaibo Beach is a guaranteed NO TV zone, and there’s always something fun going on at the beach…
… and it’s decidedly unpretentious; a favourite with ‘beach bums’, off-duty professionals, watersport fanatics, rum afficionados, dog owners, relaxed families and of course the local Cayman Kai crowd.
Come to watch the boats pull into the marina, the boating crowd visit the gas station and then frequent the bar for their own refuelling. Even when the sunset crowd regulars pile into this paradise retreat there is always plenty of space on this white sand beach.
From sunset Kaibo will fill up with regulars, but pull up a stool at the bar with arguably the best view on island, and you’ll be made to feel welcome.
If you’re into live music, you’re in luck becasue every Tuesday night a local band plays on the beach, while the beach kitchen team prepare your dinner under a cabana for the eat-all you-can the BBQ.
Private parties under the thatched cabanas on the beach offer privacy with white muslin curtains, and a sense that you are really living the Caribbean dream.
If you are short of time or want to arrive in style, come by water taxi, a 15 minute journey across the North Sound.
KAIBO Beach Bar offers several established events: