5 Best Vegan Restaurants In The Cayman Islands

By Leland • Food, General • 13 Nov 2017

Vacations can be a hassle for those who adhere to a vegan lifestyle. Finding appropriate places to dine can be challenging, to say the least. Planning a trip to the Cayman Islands, but aren’t sure what restaurants will accommodate you? No problem — here are five places to put at the top of your list. If you’re traveling with a meat-eater, fear not — a few of these aren’t strictly vegetarian or vegan destinations, but offer selections to please everyone in the party.

Vivo Café. This fun and funky spot — the name means “I live” in Spanish — is a sustainable, eco-friendly café with a number of delicious and exciting options. Try the coconut pancakes for breakfast or brunch, and return later on for a sampling of beetroot and avocado tartare. They even offer a coconut “ceviche.”

Island Naturals Café.
If you’re looking for the best smoothie of your trip — maybe even of your life — then this is the spot. This casual eatery offers a variety of curries and salads to tempt the vegan palate, along with a great breakfast menu.

Agua. We can no more exist without good, healthy food than we can without water, which is how this restaurant gets its name. The daily specials are chock-full of offerings from local farmers, and the quinoa salads are first-rate. Agua is also open for Sunday brunch.

Kirk Market. This is a delicatessen, which at a glance would make it appear to be distinctly non-vegan-friendly. The owners insist there are a number of options for vegans to enjoy without having to eat meat. The menu changes daily, so be sure to check the website on the day of your visit.

Tukka. This restaurant is an Australian-owned eatery with a separate menu for vegetarians. The chef/owner is happy to tailor any of these dishes to suit a vegan diet. Whatever your take is on the food, a visit here is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.

If you’re a vegan that likes to cook your own meals too, consider staying at with The Residences Seven Mile Beach. Some of their vacation rentals have full kitchens so you don’t have to worry about finding a vegan restaurant for every meal.

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