In an effort to support local agriculture and promote responsible food sourcing on-island, Michael's Genuine restaurant in Camana Bay partners with Slow Food Grand Cayman on a series of Farm-To-Table Dinners.
Each month, executive chef Thomas Tennant will work with Caymanian farmers like Hamlin's Farm to present a family-style dinner with seasonal ingredients front and center. Priced at CI$50 per person (CI $45 for Slow Food members) exclusive of gratuity, these events will offer a real taste of Cayman in four courses, with wine pairings by sommelier Eric Larkee for an optional supplement of CI $20 per person. Reservations will be limited to 45 people.
Slow Food Grand Cayman convivium leader Alan Markoff said his group was happy to support the Farm-to-Table Dinners.
“This is exactly the kind of thing Slow Food International promotes,” he said. “Although the availability of many ingredients is seasonal here in Cayman, there are always some things that can be sourced locally. I’m excited to see Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink taking the initiative to host dinners that feature these local ingredients.”
Hamlin's Farm produces some of the finest local produce in the Cayman Islands.
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