Most regulars on the brunch scene will be familiar with Agua's Saturday extravaganza. Now the team, headed by Walter and Cristiano, have also opened their doors on Sundays for brunch to those who just cannot imagine spending the day without sipping on some Champers and diving into all those special brunch goodies. Agua is well known for its exceptionally fresh seafood and they certainly don't stint on this for brunch - shrimp, calamari, smoked salmon, you take your pick. My fave - a delectable creamy gazpacho shot (photo left), along with make-your-own salads, that include roasted veg in all guises as well as your traditional lettuce and toms. Head for the pita and dips (choose from tapenade, baba ganoush and hummous or maybe all three) and don't stint on those icy fresh mussels. Mains are a reflection of what Agua does best - spicy beef, fish Cayman style, luscious lasagne, Beef Wellington wrapped in flaky pastry and the ubiquitous golden paella, served with all the traditional ingredients (chorizo, seafood, peas, you know the score). Desserts are pretty to look at and luscious to eat. Pistachio cream with juicy cherries at the bottom a top choice for this brunch goer, as well as strawberry creams.
A self confessed foodaholic, Lindsey Turnbull follows Cayman's culinary scene with relish.