Joined: 15 Feb 2005 Posts: 3457 Location: Pennsylvania
Posted: Tue Apr 11, 2006 8:47 am Post subject:
Wooo........that's quite a change, particularly for Eats....but they look GREAT and I'm so happy they're back!
For all you people staying at the Westin across the street..........do NOT miss the breakfast's at Eats for about 1/3 the cost of what you'll pay at the Westin......for the week days. The Sunday brunch at the hotel is something else you won't want to miss.....if you can eat that much!
Look out Doc........we'll all be stopping by Legendz now to say hi and for the tour of your new digs!
Sundays after brunch I usually put some ice in the cooler, put some barley malt sandwiches and wobbly-pops in there and park my pasty-white, office-tanned chubbiness on a chair between the trees in front of my apartment. Then we watch/comment upon all the bikinis that just parade by like sushi on a conveyor belt.
If you're walkin the beach sunday afternoons just south of the Westin, come by and say hi... just look for the tattoo, it's pretty unmistakable, if the cooler full of beer isnt
Joined: 04 Nov 2005 Posts: 1293 Location: Grand Cayman
Posted: Tue Apr 11, 2006 11:56 pm Post subject:
This has become one of our favorite lunch spots just like it used to be and it's also a favorite for breakfast. They were even so nice as to give me one of their big menus to take home and keep by the phone in case I need an emergency take out order
Joined: 17 Feb 2006 Posts: 20 Location: San Antonio, Texas
Posted: Fri Apr 14, 2006 3:58 pm Post subject:
Where are Eats & Legendz located? I know Joe said they are near "The Falls", but this will be my first trip to Grand Cayman, so I'm not familiar with where that is. We are looking for some great, casual places to eat lunch, and these both look great. We're staying at the Marriott Beach Resort, so if it's fairly close to there, that's great.
Any other recommendations for some great, casual, fun places to enjoy lunch, close to the Marriott? And we're not opposed to taking a taxi anywhere else on the island, if it's a great place.
Wow! We cannot say enough good things about Eats & Legendz. What a huge menu and prices below $10 on most items. This is about the only place you'll get "an honest drink" for $5 or so. No $15 watered-down rum drinks here!
Joined: 24 Oct 2005 Posts: 344 Location: Plymouth, MA, USA
Posted: Tue Jun 05, 2007 6:46 pm Post subject:
I agree. We had lunch at Eats. It was 2 pm but they were packed, had to eat at the bar. Great Mahi sandwich, Linda had the mahi wrap. Very generous portion of mahi. We tried the mahi sand at the Reef and were disappointed in the tiny piece of fish inside a huge bun.
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