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Rum Point Club
Photo courtesy of Rum Point Club Website

The house needed fumigating. Boo.  This meant we couldn’t stay home. Time to book a holiday in East End!  We got a tour of Rum Point Club Restaurant during the Taste of Cayman 2012 series.  It’s a nighttime joint and we were there for lunch so we didn’t get to sample the fare. We visited the Wreck Bar & Grill instead but I filed this restaurant away for future ‘must try’ reference.

Let’s get this party started!

I love a meal that starts off with an amuse bouche.  Chef teased Clark Kent and I with these lovely spicy chorizo bites with guava mayo.  I could have done with them being a tad warmer but the flavor made up for any temperature shortfalls. The mayo begged to be eaten by the spoonful.


For starters, CK had the trio of ceviche.  The fish featured were tuna, mahi mahi and wahoo served three ways: mango-basil, escovitch and Cayman style. CK was particularly fond of the escovitch and Cayman-style starters. I had the butternut squash and goat cheese ravioli with a Chardonnay cream sauce, pine nuts, red pepper coulis and arugula pesto.  Brilliant dish. The pesto pretty  much blew my mind.


This ain’t no shrimpy shrimp.

The seafood hot pot, CK’s main course, showcased lobster, scallops, mussels, clams, shiitake mushrooms and some monster shrimp. It must have been delicious because one minute the bowl is full and the next time I looked, the bowl was spotless and CK was licking his fingers.

Oh so spicy

I’m totally predictable, but I find you just cannot go wrong with the catch of the day.  I had blackened Mahi Mahi with garlic mash and fresh veggies in a coconut curry sauce.  They don’t mess around at Rum Point Club.  This dish cleared my sinuses in seconds.  The coconut curry sauce helped cool down this slow burn.  I’m a masochist.  Loved it.


Dessert was a port for CK and a slice of this gorgeous guava cheesecake for me.  While it wasn’t the most dazzling dish of the evening, this cheesecake rounded out the meal nicely.

This was a lovely evening in East End and for Cayman, it’s always a treat to try out a new restaurant.  The outdoor seating was brilliant and really added to the overall experience.  Thumbs up from The Deep Dish.

Ceviche – $10
Ravioli – $12
Hot Pot – $31
Mahi Mahi – $28
Cheesecake – $8
All prices in CI.  $1 CI = $1.25 US.
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14 Comments

  1. Looks yummy!! You're making me hungry!!

  2. Looks like a delicious trip 🙂

  3. You are so lucky, you get to taste all the wonderful food in Cayman. Absolutely stunning, from the plating and just by looking at the pics, I am so hungry now.

  4. thanks for the website, awesome place to visit. i just love the bar and grill.

  5. Drooling over everything! What a great treat! I'm drooling big time over the Seafood hot pot!! Looks absolutely delicious!

  6. Everything looks amazing!

  7. What a getaway! Nothing comes close over here! I've only been to Cayman twice and both times I left there fatter than when I arrived. 🙂

  8. Ohhh….I want to go to the Rum Point Restaurant! That seafood looks just amazing. I would have been happy just eating the seafood ceviche. Glad you got a chance to get away. Staycations, breakations, fakecations….they're all good! : )

  9. This is one of those “Calgon take me away”, places. My Mr would've dived headlong into that seafood pot and I into the cheesecake.

  10. What a wonderful eatery my friend, especially the stunning dessert 😀

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  11. Awesome place and drool worthy colorful dishes…I wish I am in your party too!:)
    happy weekend friend!

  12. This place gets awesome points just from its name.

  13. Swoooooooooooooon!
    Mrs. Herb Garden

  14. That bowl full of seafood looks DELICIOUS. Gimme please! And I could use a good spicy-dish cleaning out of my sinuses. Glad you had a nice evening together!

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