The White House has upped the ante when it comes to dining in style in Cayman.
The imposing Bodden Town dining and events destination – perched right on the water’s edge – offers a plethora of dining options, from the impressive deck spanning some 6,000 square feet over the Caribbean Sea, to one of the many grand function rooms.
The White House is the former oceanfront home of an American business tycoon which has been transformed into a majestic must-visit dining destination.
The 21,000-square-foot estate includes a pristine white sand beach, stunning freshwater swimming pool, and a host of well-equipped function rooms.
With more than 18 years of culinary know-how and expertise, Jiri Zitterabat is the newly installed head chef, offering diners a smorgasbord of culinary delights.
Jiri has spent the last four years heading up the culinary team at the former popular West Bay restaurant, Morgan’s Harbour. He has trained under a host of internationally renowned chefs, including Vito Mollico (Rome, Italy), Paul Flynn (Dublin, Ireland), and world-renowned “Hell’s Kitchen” chef Gordon Ramsay, (London, England). He was also the youngest person to hold the position of executive chef at the luxurious Four Seasons hotel in New York.
Chef Jiri has brought his passion for the farm-to-table movement to The White House, with a menu inspired by the very best local produce and freshly caught seafood, all infused with the flavors of the Caribbean. Choose from a menu featuring a selection of freshly caught seafood – prepared however you choose – delicious ceviches, or The White House’s signature cracked conch. Of course, there’s plenty of land options to choose from too, including a succulent, cooked-to-perfection filet mignon.
Whether you choose The White House for lunch or dinner, choose to dine on the stunning deck, around the pool, or in one of the many majestic function rooms, you are bound to be swept up in the grandeur of it all. A visit to The White House is an absolute must.