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Super Discounts on Cuisine You Must Try in the Cayman Islands

Super Discounts on Cuisine You Must Try in the Cayman Islands

30 Apr 2018

If you would like to know where to eat in the Cayman Islands without making a big dent in your wallet, it’s time to browse Club Save for the best Grand Cayman deals. From burgers to tapas, grilled chicken, sausages and ice cream, to beer and wine, Club Save lists some of the best discount offers and deals in the Cayman Islands for users and even more super-saving discount deals for Club Save members.

Here’s a sample of the best restaurant deals in Grand Cayman offered by Club Save. Looking for something different for lunch or dinner? Go for some Caribbean-inspired dishes, such as jerk chicken, or try some Indian food - perhaps an exquisite Thai dinner on Tuesdays or a lunch buffet on Fridays. Or how about taking the whole family out for burgers, sub sandwiches or roasted chicken, or takeaway for a beach picnic? For something a bit different, try fire-roasted roti, or choose everyone’s favorites: pizza and pasta. Best part? All can be bought at a savings with Club Save discounts! And for dessert, ice cream is always a treat on a tropical island, so feel free to indulge with a Club Save discount on a very popular brand. Choose dulce de leche, a refreshing sorbet, or luscious vanilla-caramel-brownie ice cream, just to name a few.

You can also take advantage of a discount on drinks in the Cayman Islands with Club Save. You will find discounts that can be used for wines from across the globe as well as a wide range of imported beers and top-shelf spirits. Don’t miss out on a Cayman favorite - Appleton rum! With the money you’ll save, you’ll feel like celebrating with friends, so invite them over for cocktails or a glass of wine or beer. 

With such super discounts at your fingertips, Club Save membership makes it easy and affordable to enjoy many restaurant options in the Cayman Islands, as well as take home savings on a variety of beverages. Need we say 'Food for thought'?