Gourmet Dining at its Finest
Guests enjoy incredible buffet style
and plate service meals prepared by gourmet chefs. Evening
meals are hosted by owner Gladys Howard. The chefs (Anthony
and Dianne) prepare different themed meals during the week
that include unique Cayman dishes as well as international
cuisine. Dining takes place both indoors in the air-conditioned
restaurant and outdoors on the patio overlooking the beautiful
grounds. Snacks are provided throughtout the day and on the
dive boat. Wine is served with dinner and guests have access
to a large variety of drinks in our well-stocked bar.
Nast Traveler - "The
dinners served by Pirates Point Resort owner Gladys Howard
are perhaps as rare a treat as the island's marine life. After
studying with James Beard and Jacques Pepin at the Cordon
Bleu in Paris, the Texas native has developed sophisticated
menus of the sort you don't expect to find in these parts.
The hotel, set along the white sand of Preston Bay, has eleven
rooms in cottages built of cut stone and wood, with wicker
People Say on Trip Advisor!
Visitng Little Cayman and
Would Like to Join Us for Dinner?
you are a resident of the island or are visiting another resort
and would like to join us for dinner please give us a call.
Reservations are required and must be made no later than noon
of the day you would like to come. Call or email us for the
menu for the day you are interested in. We also do complimentary
Your Own Copy of PPR's Cookbook!
If you have enjoyed the food
at Pirates Point then you are going to love this great cookbook.
The cookbook is just $15 USD plus shipping and handling. Shipping
to the US is $4.95; Canada $5.75; Europe and the UK $11.20.
To order send a check to Susan Howard, 1207 North Oak Cliff
Blvd, Dallas, TX 75208.
Bon Appetit - Favorite Restaurant
Recipes from Cook'in Little Cayman by Gladys Howard
Scuba Bars - a highly requested lunchtime dessert
2 cups powdered sugar
2 cups graham cracker crumbs
2 cups creamy peanut butter
1 cup butter
16 oz chocolate chips
In a food processor, combine powdered sugar and crumbs until well mixed. Add peanut butter and melted butter - save 3 tablespoons of the melted butter to mix with the chocolate chips. Combine and spread mixture into a buttered 9"x13" pan. Chill. Melt chocolate chips with remaining butter in the microwave - very carefully at half power for 1 minute. Stir, cook for 30 seconds, stir again - do not overcook or chocolate will lose its gloss. Spread on chilled mixture. Chill again. To serve, cut into 2" squares. Serves 20 for lunch after 2 dives!