Downtown Georgetown held limited interest to us as it's mostly shops selling T-shirts or jewelry. But, the downtown area has a few notable sites, including the National Museum (includes a brief film of Caymanian history), the post office (buy a colorful Caymanian stamp!), and the Bread and Chocolate Bistro. We enjoyed the Shepherd's Pie, Sunshine Pancakes, "Tuna" salad sandwich and, of course, the Bread and Chocolate breakfast (definitely get it with the house-made coconut ice cream). This food is all vegan, creative, and delicious. You do not need to be vegan to enjoy the offerings. Oh, and try the fresh juices (we had orange with ginger). The wait staff are friendly enough and know the menu, but at times seem a bit disinterested. You may wait longer than is typical for other restaurants for someone to take your order, serve the food, and provide a check. They don't generally come by to ask how things are. Still, like I said, they are friendly and the food is superb. Try their homemade hot sauce made with hot peppers and carrots.
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