Some of the best seafood on the island can be found at the premier restaurant of the Grand Cayman Beach Suites, 3km (1 3/4 miles) north of George Town. It occupies a rambling, single-story annex of the hotel, in a spot shoehorned between the beach and two swimming pools. There's a rather plush bar inside, a classic after-work hangout that's favored by managers of competing, nonaffiliated restaurants nearby; a big-windowed, air-conditioned dining room; and tables set outside, on a shaded colonnade near trails of bougainvillea, with spinning overhead fans. The menu is among the most imaginative on the island and has won acclaim from Gourmet magazine. Appetizers include a tasty coconut shrimp with a mango marmalade accent, Cuban-style barbecued turtle steak, well-spiced crab cakes, paella, and an absolutely fantastic deep-fried version of a whole red snapper that's deboned and artfully presented like a piece of sculpture with pickled onions, bell peppers, and garlic-laced mashed potatoes. There's also the catch of the day prepared any way you want it, and citrus-and-cumin-marinated tenderloin of pork.