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Food in Grand Cayman #16644
05/25/2012 10:13 AM
05/25/2012 10:13 AM
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skshay Offline OP
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We are first timers to Grand Cayman going the first part of April 2013. I have been reading a lot of things on message boards about the price of food. Are there reasonable places to go around the island to eat and to buy food for the condo. We are on vacation so I am not to worried all about the prices, but just didn't want to go broke eating. We just went to St. Maarten a couple of months ago and the food was somewhat pricy there too. Just wanted some opinions from seasoned travelers

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Re: Food in Grand Cayman [Re: skshay] #16645
05/26/2012 08:54 PM
05/26/2012 08:54 PM
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Grocery prices are NYC or Wholefoods-like. Plenty of less expensive places to eat (see link for ideas). You seem to have the right outlook - eating and drinking will cost you, but only as much as you allow it.

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Travel-g147365-s504/Grand-Cayman:Caribbean:Cheap.Eats.html


Snorkel air just tastes better than canned air...

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