Hungry and wanting to dine tonight? You're in luck, because the Turks and Caicos have a large assortment of restaurants that will make everyone happy. Whether you're in the mood for Caribbean or Chinese, you're covered here. Head to Caicos Cafe for some authentic Italian food, or over to Coyaba for some great local cuisine. Both of these and lots of others are listed below, along information about the restaurant and the foods they offer.
Located at the Grace Bay Club, the food varies here but it is typically very good and the beachfront location and tropical surroundings are elegant and quite lovely. At night you may want to have a drink by the open fire pit. Open for lunch and dinner - expensive at dinner, reasonable at lunch. It's worth a visit, even if just to the circular bar (best pina coladas!).
Located in the Turtle Cove area and shares a parking lot with Sharkbite Restaurant.
Here you will find very good Italian food specializing in excellent veal, pasta, and lobster dishes. The thin crust pizzas are very good too.Â This is another place where you can have very good food at the water's edge at moderate prices with great service.
Located at the Sibonne Beach Hotel, next to the Somerset and Palms Condominiums, Bay Bistro offers pleasant, picturesque, covered beachside dining at the edge of Grace Bay invoking a feeling of 'old Provo'.
A framed newspaper blurb hangs in the men's restroom where this place is recommended by Jimmy Buffet. A great place to go for Sunday Brunch! They serve good Bloody Marys, too.
You might not expect to find excellent Italian cooking on a tropical island, but the dishes chef Cosimo prepares would be rated highly in any city. The veal dishes are superb, as are is his fresh fish specials. Hands down, Cosimo makes the best marinara sauce anywhere! You may dine inside or outside in this pleasant contemporary structure once you get past the awkward rear entranceway. Located near the Salt Mills and across from the Renaissance. Reservations suggested.
The original Bugaloo's was one of the plywood sheds on the beach side of the road where Bugaloo himself would wade out into the water to get your conch fresh. After a car accident, Bugaloo has a little limp so he partnered with some people to create "Da Conch Shack". Well for whatever reason, Bugaloo is no longer associated with Da Conch Shack and is going to re-open his open place down the beach. Check it out for the original.
Good, creative food in a laid back tropical atmosphere. Located on Grace Bay Road at the rear of a small 'U' shaped shopping area, just past Ports of Call, is a Provo favorite with outside covered dining invoking a feeling of the tropics, owned by a French couple Perike and Daphne. Great lobster salad for lunch (in season Aug thru April), and of course the French know how to make a good vinaigrette dressing! The menu is extensive, and all dishes are very well prepared
Missing that greasy hamburger from home? This place had local color, but food that will remind you of home.
They serve everything from pizza to chicken cordon bleu. There is also a local live band every Friday night, and dancing under the stars.
Captain Zhengâs restaurant specializes in authentic, freshly made Chinese meals. Chef Joan provides a different menu every day and can also prepare dishes on special request. In an intimate atmosphere relax and enjoy the food. A take-away service is also available. Open Tuesday to Friday 12 am to 3 pm for lunch and Tuesday to Saturday 6 pm to 10 pm for dinner.
Located at Salina Houses, Close Haul Road, South of Duke Street
A little hole in the wall in a little strip center. Great when you are tired of paying for meals. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Open 7:30 am to 10:30 pm.
Located on the Leeward Highway near downtown across from Do-It Center. The sign says "Chinese and Jamaican" Bakery and Cafe. Worth a look don't you think.
So named because it sits among a grove of coconut palms. This restaurant has lasted the test of time and is open even in off season when most restaurants close.
Friendly, very romantic outside dining in a beautiful tropical setting under the palms with long fronds forming a ceiling not unlike a nave in a church.
Experienced chef and owner, Stuart Gray prepares lovely and creative dishes. Prices are slightly above moderate and well worth it. Turn right past Sunshine Nursery, then another immediate right to the Moroccan style red building.
With COMO Shambhala cuisine, guests can benefit from a wide and changing variety of menus which focus on nutritionally enriching and organic foodstuffs.
The emphasis is on raw ingredients, which are more easily digested as well as richer in living enzymes, vitamins and sea minerals.
Fish, burgers, some Mexican food, and great margaritas. On Friday nights, they have a beachside BBQ with ribs, chicken, beans and slaw for $19.
Also, volleyball, horseshoes and DVD movies. It's a big night on Salt Cay.
Rare is the place where you want to have everything on the menu. At Coyaba, you do make such a wish when reading the menu, and this wish is amplified after the first bite. Not only are the food and service superb, the creative gourmet dishes are beautifully presented.
It is located next to Caribbean Paradise Inn, near Grace Bay Club.
Coyaba is highly recommended by locals, and may be pricey - but it's worth it. They have a good wine list, too. Reservations are recommended.
Grab a table and order a conch salad, (best to share so you will have room for more), steamed conch, cracked conch (actually fried conch), Creole conch, fried snapper, and the wonderful sauteed conch with rum and butter sauce.
If lobster is in season - August through April - try one of the lobster dishes.
Food is very good, the prices are cheap, and the people are friendly.
Also, there is live music on Friday nights.
Danny Buoy's boasts a unique Gaelic-Caribbean experience.
Like any good pub, you'll find good food, good drink, and good company.
Menu items include: Pan Fried Grouper, a boneless grouper fillet pan-fried, served with creamy mashed potatoes, grilled vegetables and finished off with a twist of lemon; and Classic Irish Stew, a medley of diced vegetables combined with lean lamb and slow cooked in a rich red wine gravy. All meals are served with dinner rolls.
Fairway's Bar & Grill is a Casual Dining Restaurant located at Provo Golf Club in Grace Bay. Come enjoy the breeze for breakfast, lunch & dinner on the 18th hole. Open 7AM-9PM. Also enjoy Pub Night on Friday at 6PM & Weekend Brunches from 9-2PM. Open to the public.
Situated in Grace Bay, in the heart of the touristic site, Fresh Bakery and Bistro offers you a unique concept, bringing on this Caribbean island the European atmosphere.
This brand new, decadent destination is a must try on any visit to Provo. Tasty morning fare and hearty sandwiches, salads and snacks make it a great spot for a breakfast. You can stay for lunch too, the soups and main courses are tasty and offered in generous portions. But whatever meal you go for, don't miss the dessert. It's a real feast of sweet bites for all choices: chocolate lovers, fruits fans, caramel or vanilla amateurs. All made with wholesome ingredients, these are amazingly affordable treats you can feel good about. These pint size pastries are... well... perfect!
And if you need a cake for a birthday or your wedding, all you have to do is choose from a wide variety of custom-made cakes that the pastry chef will bake for you!
Gelato Italian Ice-cream and Sorbet in a variety of flavors: strawberry, raspberry, mango, orange, coconut, lemon, vanilla, chocolate, pistachio and also Zero fat, zero sugar gelato !!!
Fine dining in a casual environment; outdoors or on the patio. Top restaurant on the island! Local fish, best steak and with a new Italian chef, you have to try the lasagna - amazing! The bar menu offers a less expensive option, most items are around $10. The bar is great and offers an extensive vodka menu - try the key lime martini, my favorite and I have had them everywhere. A sophisticated restaurant, yet family friendly, offering a children's menu.
Great on a hot day.
Beachfront and one of the best on the island, you'll find the Grace Bay Bistro at the Sibonne Beach Hotel. Just a short wooden walkway from the beach, enjoy their famous weekend brunch while overlooking the sea. In fact, they're closer to the beach than any other restaurant on Grace Bay. Sample their lighter fare salads or spicy conch pizza. If you're more traditional, go for the fish and chips!
Grace's Cottage is an elegant restaurant located at Point Grace. They only seat 62, so the dining experience is very intimate. They serve light, gourmet Caribbean cuisine that showcases the region's strong ethnic influences and finest indigenous foods.
The restaurant's seasonally changing menu, offers guests an opportunity to enjoy fresh, full-flavored regional ingredients, like mangos, coconut, Kaffir lime and sweet yams.
A sample of menu selections might include Five Cay Pan Fried Red Snapper with Curry Rice Pilaf & Roaster Pepper Sauce or Marcella Style Grilled Beef Tender Loin Complimented with Truffle Scented Mash Potatoes, Grilled Zucchini & Finished with Madeira Reduction.
A collection of amazing desserts (including Chocolate Souffle with Vanilla Bean Creme Anglaise) and a variety of specialty coffees are available, as well.
Grace's Cottage is currently open for dinner only, and reservations are recommended.
Green Bean Cafe - the newest hotspot in Provo. Located in Turtle Cove - really nice atmosphere, open air caf?, plenty of seating inside and out and great comfortable patio furniture! Menu is awesome - variety of Panini sandwiches - very reasonably priced. As well pizza available - a number of other choices as well - all very healthy options! Wine available. And of course Starbuck's coffee! You can get a real cappuccino, latte - very happy my favourite is available - Soy Lattes.
Located by the beach at The Sands Condominiums, Hemingway's has great fish and chips, conch chowder, conch fingers, and other local items. The Angus Beef appetizers are also quite good.
The atmosphere is relaxed. They offer indoor or outdoor seating, the prices are reasonable, and the service is always excellent.
They have live music on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and bar-b-que on Tuesday as well.
Located on the shore of beautiful Chalk Sound, on the south side of Providenciales, offering a creative tropical menu as well as tapas in a delightful waterside setting. You have to try the coconut shrimp. It's wonderful! They even have a pontoon boat and kayaks available for a small fee to take you out on Chalk Sound. Las Brisas also has a very pleasant bar area, pool and deck area, friendly staff, and reasonable prices. Located at Neptune Villas on the Chalk Sound Road, just off South Dock Road. Open for Lunch and dinner - closed Tuesdays. If you're staying in a villa near Sapodilla Bay or Taylor Bay, Las Brisas is a convenient place for lunch or dinner. You can even walk to it from many of the villas in that area.
Do you want a taste of true island flavor? Try one of the conch shacks on the Blue Hills Road. Here, you will eat (notice, I didn't say "dine") in a tropical lean-to directly on the beach. Shortly after you order conch, you can watch your waiter wade into the sea and retrieve a conch and prepare it as you watch.
Very highly recommended is the conch sauteed in rum and butter sauce, cracked (fried) conch, and conch salad. The conch shacks are cheap, casual, and an experience you will not find anywhere else.
The food is great, fresh, and you will know you are not paying for atmosphere (although the atmosphere is quite delightful!).
To get to the conch shacks, take the Blue Hills Road off the Leeward Highway, and once on the Blue Hills Road, turn right at the first paved road which will dead end at the sea. Turn right or left and you will find one.
Located in the Turtle Cove area on the terraces of the Miramar Hotel, Magnolia offers one of the best views on the island with good food and service. This is a great place to watch a sunset while having a drink at the bar or while having dinner (closed at lunch). I love the Caesar salads here, and the appetizers can be very creative and good
A favorite with the locals and healthy kids menu. Used to be at the royal west indies--recently moved to the new resort the Alexandra. much bigger and right on the water. great view and food was still excellent. perfect spot for lunch.
A Favorite with the locals, it has a healthy kids menu.
We have traveled to many Islands and have fallen in love with TCI and The Somerset. O'Soleil the upscale dining spot is fantastic. great food, beautiful space and excellent staff. A must while visiting Turks !
Elegant setting with equally divine dishes, something for everyone and even a great kids menu. Try the Mango Mojito.
Be sure to check out the evening entertainment, they bring in local artists.
Dine in, take out or delivery. Wonderful brick oven pizza. They will deliver to most of the island and have other italian specialties to offer.
Pizza Pizza is no longer on the Leeward Highway it's located across from the Regent Village in Grace Bay
Great place for a bite of lunch. Shares outside space with the Iguana Restaurant. Try the Paninni's!
Coldest place to cool down and eat in the summer.
Friday is "Pie Day", and all sorts of great British style pies are served. Eat in at the Cafe with mash and gravy, or buy one for dinner later. This tradition started when British construction workers kept asking for pies, the owner of the cafe had a go and Pie Day was born!
The colorful âSecret Gardenâ at the Salt Raker has excellent food, offered-up with a distinctly-European flavor by Erika, the German ex-pat proprietor of the ancient hotel and restaurant.
Donât miss the hashed lobster and native treats such as braised oxtails and curried goat.
Her famous deserts including homemade key lime pie (made with Erikaâs own lines, and the best we have ever eaten), and homemade banana cake and bread pudding with rum sauce.
Sharkbite serves burgers, fish, nachos and great drinks in a casual atmosphere you would expect on a Caribbean marina.
The menu features quesadillas, conch chowder, fried grouper, chili, nachos, etc. All are good, and the prices are quite reasonable.Â This is a great place to come play darts, fooseball, and slot machines. It is fun, casual, and inexpensive.
They offer two for one Happy Hour specials on Fridays from 5 pm - 7 pm.
Simba, at the Turks and Caicos Club on Grace Bay Beach, offers fine Caribbean cuisine found only on the islands.
Fresh local seafood and other Caribbean delights in a beautiful tropical poolside setting. Dine under the stars or in the air-conditioned dining room. Private events and rehearsal dinners available.
Further up the road (on the left) from Sailing Paradise Restaurant is Smokey's, with comfortable inside dining on the left side of the road, and beachside dining on the right.
By the beach, you eat in a rustic, hmmmm - well, it's not a pavilion, not a shed (though not far removed) - anyway, a homemade 'something" with a roof over it. It's a very pleasant, restful environment where you can have excellent fried conch and seafood dishes, BBQ chicken and ribs.
Wednesday night Smokey has a fish fry on the beach (and inside dining, too), with very loud music, so have your dinner conversations before you get there if you are going on Wednesday!
Somewhere... is one of those inviting easygoing places that compel you to return. Beachfront and laid-back h mood is always casual and relaxed serving u heaping helping of Mexican fare. Hang out at the lively beach-level bar, dine steps from the sand, or take the stairs to the adults-only bar/lounge where you can take in Grace Bay by day and watch spectacular sunsets. Natural wood decks, teak furnishings and tiki torches complete the tropical Shangri-La. Bikinis and shorts are acceptable. Everything at Somewhere is absolutely fresh with an emphasis on flavour and presentation.
The ocean-front Osprey has cook-out style grilling on Sundays and Wednesdays, with great steaks and fresh local seafood. Food quality is sporadic, from excellent to inedible, but grill nights are always safe. Also make sure to spray with âOffâ (available at the bar) or your dining experience will be shared with hundreds of mosquitoes.
Located on blue Hills Road, across from the beach is the Three Queens Bar and Restaurant. The food here is surprisingly good with several well-prepared seafood dishes, as well as non-seafood.
But be warned, the Three Queens is a popular local hang-out where a loud dominoes game is apt to be taking place inside the bar area where it is not uncommon to hear offensive language, or a heated political discussion.
Seating is on the deck facing the sea and parking area or inside the small restaurant area. Dick, the large propietor and bartender, will give you a warm welcome and big smile, and he will look after you well. Also, the prices are very reasonable.
A casual "old island" restaurant, dockside at Turtle Cove Marina. There is inside/outside seating at the water's edge with a creative island menu offering various tropical dishes as well as Angus Beef hamburgers. Prices are reasonable. Wednesday is "chicken & rib barbeque night" Open daily for lunch and dinner, with breakfast served on the weekends.
This is a great place to chill out and enjoy a cold drink and some delicious conch fritters. Conch ceviche is also very good here, as is the lobster quesadilla. Good snorkeling is also found just off the beach, here.