Look out for the Cayman Sea Sense icon when dining out in Grand Cayman. We blogged back in March about this unique sustainable seafood education program dedicated to helping restaurants and their customers make informed and environmentally positive seafood choices.
What is sustainable seafood?
A species that is abundant and resilient to fishing pressures.
A species that is well managed with a comprehensive management plan based on current research.
A species that is harvested in a method that ensures limited bycatch on non-target and endangered species.
A species that has a method of catch which ensures there is limited habitat loss associated with the harvesting method.
Try The Reef’s Restaurant Castro’s Hideaway to find some delicious ‘clear conscience’ dishes – don’t miss the crabcake over mixed greens with rasberry vinaigrette; Light but filling (and just naughty enough to be classed as a vacation ‘treat’) it’s just the right fuel for some beachfront relaxation.