Grand Cayman bars or lounges have been as successful at dominating
the market of young, affluent, attractive, trend-conscious singles
as the Cayman Islands Bamboo. Their unique upscale ambiance with
its ultramodern Asian-infused décor piercingly beckons
the rich and famous, while their prices do not reflect that, as
they are comparable to any other upscale restaurant lounge bar
in the Cayman Islands.
their unparalleled cuisine, Cayman’s Bamboo is the place
to go to mingle among the elite of Cayman and visiting celebrities.
Most cities boast at least one famous restaurant and while there
are many in the Cayman Islands, Bamboo clearly resides near the
top of the Cayman Islands bar and lounge genre, comparable perhaps
to such celebrity hot spots as Nobu in Miami Beach, less the ridiculously
tones of red, black, and bamboo, exists a dichotomy of an intimate
bar area and a state-of-the-art sushi bar; and atop of a short
flight of steps, a stylishly minimalist lounge with amply spaced
tables. Seating options are bountiful, which is yet another testimonial
to the creativity of Bamboo, enabling such a rich variety of intimate
settings, all offering unfettered views of the entertainment amid
the full-grained wood detailing.
consist primarily of a long list of light dishes—including
the absolute freshest sushi and sashimi imaginable; along with
a seemingly infinite assortment of elaboratelyconcocted appetizers.
Their highly gifted chefs are always more than happy to create
unique or custom
ordered dishes beyond the items listed on the menu. For instance,
should you happen to crave a roll consisting of Hamachi (white
tuna-like fish, tender as butter), green onions, avocado, asparagus
tips and Japanese cucumber with just a smidgen of wasabi, wrapped
in Nori with rice on the outside and garnished with salmon roe,
this is the place to orderit!While most
restaurants worldwide frown upon the encumbrance of accepting
orders beyond that listed on their menu, the creative chefs at
Bamboo thrive on it!
what may be expected from such an exceptional world famous restaurant,
Bamboo is not inordinately pricey.
appetizers run from $5 - $10, which can be combined to create
a hearty meal for much less than you would pay at any other five
glimmering round cocktail bar offers a fun and flirtatious ambience.
And if their sushi bar is fulland you prefer to sit at a bar rather
than one of their main floor or second tier tables, they will
bring your food orders to their cocktail bar, where you can munch
and mingle at the same time.
cocktail list is as seemingly infinite as their Asian-infused
food creations. Limited only by your own creativity, they can
concoct any libation you could possibly imagine, and will be more
than happy to request everything from the conventional to the
borderline absurd—think of your spring break days with belly
button pours and boilermakers.
To name just
one of their more popular exploits:
Bamboo’s tremendously popular bar staff offer a Wiki Waki
Woo—A blend of vodka, tequila, rum, three kinds of sweet
liqueurs, and two kinds of fruit juice “guaranteed to make
you crazy." Another spring break special is the Samurai Sunset,
made from raspberry-flavored sake, vodka, and peach schnapps.
avoid any misconceptions, Bamboo—indeed the Cayman Islands
as a destination, are not particularly suited to the spring break
crowd; for one thing, most college kids can not afford to travel
to the most sought after destination in the entire Caribbean.
You may encounter a few fun college kids during your trip but
you do not have to worry about any noisy obnoxious spring break
kind of crowds in the Cayman Islands, as are prevalent in places
like Cancun, Cozumel, Jamaica and many other Caribbean islands..
Bamboo’s chefs’ seemingly infinite selection of Asian-infused
food; and Bamboo’s bartenders’ seemingly infinite
selection of cocktails, it should come as no surprise that Bamboo’s
assortment of Martinis is equally exotic, delightful and of course,
seemingly endless, with well over 100 different varieties of Martinis
After the evening
of a lifetime at Bamboo, the expansive white sand beach of Cayman
Beach Suites lies only a few feet away. Mildly lighted by the
moon and reflection of the suites themselves, the lounge chairs
are left out at night for the comfort of their guests. The extraordinarily
accommodating staff at Bamboo will even pour any leftover drinks
into paper cups to take with you and relax in a lounge chair as
the gentle waves of Seven Mile Beach cascade across the sand.
If ever there
was a perfect evening, for young and old alike, Bamboo is it.
During your visit to the Cayman Islands, an evening at Bamboo
should reside at the very top of your must do list for evening
entertainment, for the memories and experiences of a single visit
to Bamboo will indeed last an entire lifetime. But just in case
you end up partaking in some of the spring break special bar drinks,
you may want to bring along your camera!
Monday – Friday 5:30pm - 1am
Saturday – 5pm-12am
Sunday – Closed
Bamboo Tip - Try to arrive
between 6-7pm for the most seating options. Bamboo
is extremely popular among locals and repeat visitors alike.
Location: Seven Mile Beach, Map
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