Grace Bay Food Guide: 8 must-eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Grace Bay
Discover the best food in Grace Bay, Caribbean including Turks Kebab, Coco Bistro, The Landing, Kalooki's Restaurant, Caicos Cafe Bar & Grill, Solana Restaurant, Provence, Ristorante Via Veneto
1. Turks Kebab
4 based on 845 reviews
Nothing hits the spot like meat and vegetables, right off the spit. At Turks Kebab you'll discover that your favorite Mediterranean classics were meant to mingle with our authentic island side-dishes. It makes for a simple, healthy and incredibly tasty me
Reviewed By Scott F - Scarborough, Maine, United States
Really wonderful food at reasonable prices. A must for any visitor to Turks and Caicos. We had a large to go order and it was ready quickly.
2. Coco Bistro
4 based on 5983 reviews
Set amidst the largest palm grove on the island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands, Coco Bistro is a food lover's fantasy in a one-of-a-kind setting. Located in the heart of Grace Bay, within walking distance from most resorts, Coco Bistro
Reviewed By amandan885 - Boston, Massachusetts
Our favorite restaurant in Provo!
Amazing food, great with families, superb service. We come to Providenciales each year with our whole family and always come here for a nice dinner. It’s the best!
3. The Landing
4 based on 722 reviews
Reviewed By gastroparesis - Brussels, Belgium
This place deserves more than 5 stars!
Booking: the email communication to see if they could accommodate me (I have gastroparesis and can only eat purred food) was prompt and efficient but also very kindService: service was excellent. The waiter made sure he understood what my dietary restrictions required. He was very friendly, polite and professional. The chef came out to ask me a clarification. Food: super tasty (and mine puréed to perfection)!!! My partner (a normal eater) had the scallops, the veggie wraps and the key lime pie. The scallops dish was really generous in scallops. The veggie wrap was really tasty and full of veggies. I had the scallops puréed but the highlight was the blackened grouper. The fish was delicious. The grilled vegetables were yummy. It also came with corn and coconut puréed very interesting taste and combination. The coconut ice cream was super creamy.Price: the price is extremely reasonable. Of course this is a fine dining experience but having experienced the prices of the poor quality food served in other places in the same area, the costs of our dinner was actually very honest.
4. Kalooki's Restaurant
4 based on 963 reviews
Kalookis, a family restaurant we started in 2014 by the beach in Blue Hills, was destroyed by Hurricane Irma in Sept 2017 giving birth to our new location, Kalookis - Grace Bay in Le Vele Plaza. The name Kalooki’s originates from the Jamaican card game Ka
Reviewed By Redwolf_Journeys - Austin, Texas
Get the jerk stuffed chicken
We stopped by originally for a desert, after the restaurant we had visit was out of the makings. We got the Banana Bamarrama and loved it. Naturally, we returned for dinner. Kat had the blackened mahi-mahi and was purring while she ate. I had the stuffed jerked chicken that our friendly waitress, Colleen, recommended. It was superb!Great friendly staff, wonderful food.
5. Caicos Cafe Bar & Grill
4 based on 1638 reviews
A favorite dining spot of island residents, the al fresco, deck-style restaurant, friendly staff and superb selection of fine wines makes Caicos Cafe a terrific place for casual romantic dining. Chef Max Olivari presents a notable savory menu offering Med
Reviewed By maxhoops1 - Boston, Massachusetts
Family Dinner - Twice
Just returned from T&C and ate at the Caicos Cafe twice for dinner. Walking up, they are waiting there for you - greeted and promptly sat you with or without a reservation. We had the fish (grouper or Mahi Mahi) special each night and the BBQ ribs...both nights the food was outstanding and the service was informative and friendly. The price is what you expect, but the food was better than advertised...would go back and eat there again and should be on your list of places to try.
6. Solana Restaurant
4 based on 269 reviews
Solana spoils you for choice by offering a fascinating range of contemporary, Continental, Mediterranean and Island cuisine. The look is chic, the vibe informal. Splashes of colour, fashionable furnishings and creative food presentations set the tone for
Reviewed By 66PeteD - toronto
came here for lunch from the beach as we were staying at Villa del mar. the food is terrific...had the green gazpacho amazing flavour light with a little zig. fish sandwich is just as you would expect (as is the fish taco) very perfect setting with a lovely bottle of french rose.service can be hit or miss depending on who serves you...and even after you leave large tip you will not be remembered....or perhaps its just us....worth overlooking this part for the great food....portions where quite hearty my wife and i split everything and that worked quite well.enjoy
4 based on 225 reviews
At Provence we are more than just a restaurant, here you can enjoy the very best in fresh produce and artisan style cuisine. Our familiar Crust bread and desserts are also served by our dedicated team. A unique Chef’s Table like no other in Providenciales
Reviewed By VinoVeritasZZ - Califon, New Jersey
Odd atmosphere and location; decent food
I'm still not sure how to describe our experience at Provence. The setting, location and atmosphere are all a bit strange (set in a partially-occupied mixed-use building of offices and shops). The outdoor dining area is a bit weird, too. The staff are all quite friendly, and the food was pretty good but I think there are far better dining options in T&C.
8. Ristorante Via Veneto
4 based on 1104 reviews
Reviewed By RescuedVegan - Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Ate here five times!!!
Loved this place so much we ate here FIVE times!!! Each time we visited, the chef seemed to make our Spaghetti, Aglio, Olio a bigger portion!!! We rolled out of the restaurant on the last night!! LOL