Music to My Ears – Unlimited Lobster Night

Lobster Night Marriott Grand Cayman

As an eastern Canadian, I would put my family to shame if I didn’t attend an unlimited lobster night. To be honest, I didn’t ever think I’d hear of unlimited lobster night; some things are just too good to be true. Yet every Wednesday night, Solana Restaurant at Marriott Grand Cayman offers an All You Can EatΒ Lobster Night! Their menu starts with a complimentary glass of sparkling wine, a special selection of appetizers, followed by a great lobster menu and topped off with a choice of desserts. Luckily, the plates are not too large and we were able to try almost everything on the menu.

Every dish was made fresh to order and the samples were truly unlimited. Just for you, I asked for a total of 6 pieces of dessert to make sure they were actually unlimited. I know, I know. You’re welcome.

My top 3 choices were:
Caribbean Grilled Lobster with Creole Sauce
Lobster Thermidor
Rib Eye Steak served with Chimichurri Sauce
Lobster Dinner, Marriott Grand Cayman
Darren’s top picks were:
Shrimp Spring Rolls
Lobster Curry with Basmati Rice
Lobster Thermidor
Marriott Grand Cayman Lobster Night
We both loved all of the desserts so much that we had several “samples” each. The desserts included:
Sticky toffee pudding
Coconut key lime pie
Snickers bar
Lobster Night Dessert Marriott
We’re not usually into all you can eat meals because the food is usually lacking and the choices are limited, but this was a delightful experience with fresh Caribbean lobster served on one of the nicest beaches in the world. It was such a mouth-watering experience that we’re thinking about attending the Friday night Buccaneer’s Feast too. I think Marriott Grand Cayman still has tons of pleasant surprises up their sleeve.

50 thoughts on “Music to My Ears – Unlimited Lobster Night

  1. Arrgggg! All you can eat lobster? Am I understanding this correctly? I’m actually trying a cleanse. I’m on day one… of the pre-cleanse. I’ve got to shut my computer down till I’m done with it. It’s just too much torture. I don’t know if I’ll actually make it to the juicing part.
    Have the most wonderful time and eat lobster for you, your family and all us readers out here. Wish I could take my husband! He’d put there numbers in the red on unlimited lobster night!
    cheers …wendy


  2. Oh man! All you can eat Lobster!!!! I LOVE lobster. On my 18th birthday my parents got me a 10lb lobster. It wasn’t that good :/ I think their meat is more tender when they are younger. Unfortunately I believe I can’t eat more than 7 lobster tails at a time…


  3. Looks like the restaurant took all the fun out of the lobster feast……and that would be the mess you get into by cracking the shells on the claws and body, drinking the juice from the travelling feet and trying hard not to get all the lobster juice over your clothes! Shucks….all you had to do was pick up your fork and dive in!! So different from your feast in NB last August!!


  4. Thanks for liking my post. Oh my..if I had found this somewhere..I’d have thought I had for sure died and gone to heaven. I hope you ate until you could not eat anymore! Much love and light to you and have a blessed day!


  5. I almost didn’t click in to read the rest of your blog. My tongue was hanging out as soon as I read “lobster.” But, my curiosity got the better of me. Not only is my tongue hanging out, my eyes are bulging out of my head, and my heart is going, “thump, thump” so loud, even I can hear it. In the end, I’m glad I read every last drop – er, word – of your blog. Wouldn’t have missed it for the world!! Thanks.


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