In the 17 and a bit years we have lived in Cayman the location in question has gone through more transitions than Dr Who, the most memorable and my most favourite being the lively La Bodega restaurant and bar, back in the day. Karma, then, would have a lot to live up to, to beat those happy memories of salsa dancing by melted candle light (the food was pretty good as well, as I remember).
As a family we have always loved Cayman's brilliant Asian restaurant, Bamboo (the kids are adventurous eaters), not necessarily for the sushi (which is great) but for its hot plates to share. Imagine our delight, then, as we opened the menus to find the same style of menu, but with a whole new range of dishes for us to sample. Ah, but would it live up to Bamboo’s standards, which were truly hard-to-beat (and will hopefully be even better when the restaurant re-opens some time soon).
Bypassing the sushi, Thai curries and Phad Thai offerings, we dived headlong into the 'Share' menu, choosing beef tataki, shrimp tempura, spring rolls, pork belly, braised ribs and chicken fried rice.