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Where to Eat on Turks & Caicos

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While islands like Anguilla and St.Barths are renowned for their food, Turks & Caicos has solidly established itself as a place with equal amounts of casual and fine dining restaurants. Below are our picks for gourmet dining to in-the-know local gems.

Infinity (Grace Bay Club)

For upscale dining, head to Infinity Restaurant (formerly known as Anacona) at the Grace Bay Club. The menu spans from local seafood with thoughtful accompaniments—like passion fruit butter—as well as heartier meat and pasta dishes. Vegans and the gluten-averse will appreciate their own section on the menu, too. 649-946-5050 Visit the website 

Coco Bistro (Grace Bay)

Expect to eat amongst the palms and the stars at this fine dining establishment. Their chef is dishing out innovative menu items, using fresh, local ingredients (conch soup scented with saffron, local spiny lobster tacos). *Closed Mondays. 649-946-5369 Visit the website 

Bay Bistro (Sibonne Hotel, Grace Bay)

A popular spot on the island, located directly on the white sands of Grace Bay. Menu features familiar favorites like Asian spring rolls, and pear and blue cheese salads, as well as a few award-wining conch dishes. Live music Monday evenings. Weekend brunch 11 AM to 3 PM. 649-946-5396 Visit the website

Coyaba Restaurant (Coral Gardens)

Contemporary Caribbean gourmet cuisine served in an unmatched seaside setting. Wine aficionados will love their extensive wine list. Closed Tuesdays. 649-946-5186 Visit the website 

Kitchen 218 at Beach House (Grace Bay, near Turtle Cove)

For a poolside meal, head to Beach House. The innovative and playfully worded menu features their famous pumpkin soup, seared scallops, and handmade crab ravioli. Each dish suggests a wine pairing, and for the daring (and hungry), try their 7 course tasting menu. Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. 649-946-5800 Visit the website 

Grace’s Cottage (Point Grace)

Dine under the covered verandah or enjoy gazebo seating under the stars. The small but selective menu features the kind of dishes you want to eat: Grace’s lobster salad, rack of lamb with pineapple chuntey, and simply grilled Snapper. 649-946-8147 Visit the website 

Casual

Caicos Café (Governor’s Rd. Grace Bay)

A popular spot in Provo, Caicos café fuses northern Italian, Mediterranean, and Caribbean dishes. Live music Wednesday evenings. 649-946 5278 

Somewhere Café (Harborside Turtle Cove)

This two-story restaurant overlooks Grace Bay beach and offers a prime spot to watch the sun set. Dishes are simple, with a Tex-Mex feel (if you’re craving pulled pork Tacos, you’ve come to the right place) 649-941-8260 Visit the website 

Las Brisas (Chalk Sound)

Located right above Chalk Sound, Las Brisas offers views and fresh fare. Expect to see local dishes like conch, as well as easy favorites like Caprese salads. Stop at the poolside bar to sample a creative cocktail or two before dinner. Visit the website 

Local Specialties

Da Conch Shack (Blue Hills Road)

A must do on the island to enjoy local conch done every which way- conch salad, grilled conch, cracked conch, conch fritters (we’re sure there are a few more variations). 649-946-8877 Visit the website 

Chinson Grill Shack (Leeward Highway)

Stop in for some fresh jerk chicken to enjoy at picnic tables outside or take to go. Ask about their weekend chicken and ribs barbecue with music.

Sweet T’s (Airport Road)

This may be Turks’ equivalent of fast food done right- if you’re in the mood for something quick (and delicious), head to local favorite Sweet T’s for its famous fried chicken.

Bugaloo’s (Five Cays)

A local spot known for seaside, casual atmosphere. Snack on conch, and (yes) lightly battered alligator tail. 649-941-3863 Visit the website 

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