7 Prime Cuts & Sunsets offers steaks in paradise

 Think of a classic steakhouse with great US Prime and Australian Wagyu Kobe-style meats. Then add fish like tuna, salmon and fresh snapper. Toss in some Cayman favourites like jerk-style chicken, lobster and other selected seafood. Mix in The Ritz-Carlton-calibre service, an exceptional wine list and a sublime seaside setting and what do you get – 7 Prime Cuts & Sunsets.

Located on the ocean side of The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, 7 Prime Cuts & Sunsets offers indoor and terrace dining, as well as the opportunity to have an intimate dinner for two to 12 people in a private oceanfront cabana on Seven Mile Beach.

The restaurant is open nightly, but Friday nights have become a popular weekly attraction when 7 Prime Cuts and Sunsets goes “Uncorked”, offering 50 per cent off its entire bottled wine menu – including Champagne. Diners can choose from more than 300 different fine wines from all over the world to complement their dinner selection.

On Sundays, the restaurant is home to Cayman’s most luxurious brunch, a grand feast mingling classic breakfast dishes with Caribbean spice and Ritz-Carlton elegance. There’s also a masterful seafood display and ever-flowing Taittinger Champagne.

As for the steaks, you can get one of three cuts – is there really anything else: and 8-ounce centre cut filet mignon; a 14-ounce Prime New York steak; and a 18-ounce bone-in rib eye. The steaks can be topped with a choice of Madagascar green peppercorn sauce; sauce Béarnaise; truffle foie gras butter; or chimichurri sauce. Seafood sauces include pineapple and papaya sauce; scotch bonnet tartar sauce; key lime cilantro butter; and Hollandaise sauce.

Awarded with the prestigious AAA Four Diamond rating, 7 Prime Cuts & Sunsets offers an exceptional menu, underscored with island influences, appetisers include dishes such as conch fritters with Pickapeppa dip; Jonah crab cake with chayote and carrot slaw and guava mojo and coconut and lobster soup.

7 Prime Cuts & Sunsets also offers several items from its raw bar for starters, like jumbo gulf shrimp cocktail, yellow fin tartar or a half dozen North Atlantic oysters.

Inventive side dishes and potatoes include lobster mash potatoes; rosemary sweet potato wedges; potato gratin Dauphinois; creamy spinach with fresh grated nutmeg; wild mushroom fricassée; and truffled macaroni and cheese.

In keeping with island flair, the bar offers both classic and Caribbean-inspired cocktails and an assortment of Cuban cigars.

For younger palates, 7 Prime Cuts & Sunsets offers a children’s menu.

The restaurant is open daily from 6pm. For reservations or more information, call 815-6200.