Turks and Caicos Restaurants
There's a wide variety of dining experiences available to guests of the Turks and Caicos. The settings range from casual harbor dining to romantic candle-lit dinner in a garden, and the food ranges from fresh-from-the-ocean conch to Tex-Mex and Italian. A 10% government tax is added to your tab, and some restaurants will also add gratuity. Be sure to check. A 15% tip is customary for good, friendly service.
Harbour Towne in Turtle Cove
"Fine Italian Dining. Excellent service. Try the beef carpaccio, or any veal or lamb dish!"
Grace Bay, Providenciales
"Great seafood, great desserts, friendly service, relaxing atmosphere. Never mind the dogs walking around off the patio."
Point Grace, Grace Bay, Providenciales
"A very romantic setting for a special occasion. Exquisite island flavors in dishes like crab and spinach ravioli, Atlantic salmon, and rack of lamb. For dessert, try the chocolate and orange fondant, or the classic cheesecake. Beware, dinner is pricey here."
Hemingways on the Beach
The Sands Resort, Providenciales
"Casual oceanfront dining, beautiful in the evening but also serves tasty lunches. Try the crab cakes, jumbo coconut shrimp, or the owner's special steak."
Sharkbite Bar and Grill
On the water at Turtle Cove
"The Wednesday night fish and chips special, for just $8.95, has made this place famous. They also claim to serve the best burgers on the island, and they have a children's menu."
Tiki Hut Cabana Bar and Grill
Dockside at Turtle Cove Marina
"Another family-friendly choice, with an interesting and varied menu. Come early for chicken or ribs Wednesday. Other menu items include soups, sandwiches, and pizzas. The rum cake is mouth-watering."