Sharon Connolly (fondly nicknamed Aunt Sha) remains the chef at this unassuming pretty-in-pink spot which is usually packed with locals, from ladies in hairnets to fishers with buckets of catch flirting or gossiping (the island's best eavesdropping). Sea-green and sky-blue walls, ceramic fish, nature photos, and fringe lamps lend some decorative flair, but you come here for stellar Caymanian cuisine, from brown stew tuna to conch fritters, Cayman-style lobster (the most
expensive item by far, also prepared curried or broiled in mushroom sauce), or even fried chicken, all served with heaping helpings of sides such as dumplings. You can add heat with homemade hot sauce (pickled peppers, cabbage, onions, and tomato) that will knock your socks (and shoes) off. Everyone swears by Aunt Sha's velvety key lime pie.
West End, Cayman Brac, KY2-2101, Cayman Islands