Enjoy delicious cuisine prepared at a variety of restaurants. Here are a few of our favorites:

Coco Bistro: 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. They are open all year long, (closed on Mondays), but be sure to have Ian make your Coco dinner reservations well BEFORE you step foot on the Island. It’s next to impossible to get a table at this spectacular place, unless you know someone and you book well in advance.


Baci Ristorante: An intimate Italian restaurant nestled along the quiet waters of Turtle Cove Marina in Providenciales Turks and Caicos Islands. And it’s so good, we think you’ll end up here at least twice! While their thin-crust pizza rivals any pizza you can get in the states including famed New York City and Chicago pizzas, you’ll not want to miss John’s bountiful pasta dishes, or his amazingly prepared fresh fish dinners. This is another TCI restaurant that you will want Ian to make table reservations for you in advance. It’s quaint, and moderately priced, and seating is very limited. Ask her to try to book you a dockside table, right at Sunset and be sure to bring your camera! And we suggest, on another night, order John’s thin crust pizza to pick-up and take home for a Fleur de Lys “Movie Night.”


Tiki Hut: From a location overlooking the Turtle Cove marina, the ever-popular Tiki Hut serves consistently serves tasty, value-priced meals in a fun atmosphere. Known for their BBQ Ribs and great burgers, frozen boat drinks, and of course, their ice-cold Turks Head Amber Beer – the local brew! Lunch or dinner, Tiki Hut is a great choice when you want to kick back and chill after a long day at the Beach. No need for reservations, except in high season.


Opus Restaurant: With more than 4,000 square feet, Opus Restaurant provides fine dining, live music, and even a private dining room. Guests can have the chance to enjoy culinary masterpieces, listen to local bands, and view beautiful paintings and photography created by local artists.


Club Med Turkoise: An all-inclusive resort containing various bars and pubs, like Sharkies Bar.


Fairways Bar and GrillFor a change of pace, try the Fairways Bar and Grill at the Provo Gold Club offers delicious food and beverages that can be especially appetizing after a round of golf and/or tennis.


Turks KebabLunch at Turks Kebab is a must if you are looking for local flavor on the cheap. This place doesn’t look like much, but don’t let that fool you.Turks Kebab is an unassuming little “shack”   that sits between Seven Stars Resort and the Leeward Highway. Friendly service, good food, and their menu, as you might expect, includes Gyros, Chicken and Beef Kebabs and a Caribbean-influenced Mediterranean menu. Plan on spending no more than $5 to $14 a head, (plus your Turks Head Lager!) and get ready to be impressed! Don’t take our word for it, Turks Kebab is ranked #5 out of 100 on TripAdvisor’s list of places to eat in Providenciales. The owner sells her home-made Hot Sauce and sometimes, they deliver. Turks Kebab649-431-9963