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Where to Eat in Turks and Caicos - Island Fare and Dinner with a View

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With menus that include seared tuna, traditional island dishes like boil fish and grits and okra soup, juicy steaks, and vegetarian options, Turks and Caicos has lots to offer in the culinary department. Whether it's a quick bite of conch fritters, or a leisurely dinner of freshly caught snapper accompanied by a sunset view, you’re bound to find flavors that please your palate.

Typical dishes


Typical dishes include boil fish and grits in the morning and boil fish and johnnycake - a cornmeal flatbread - in the afternoon. Fresh-caught shellfish and fish are staples of island cuisine.

Grand Turk Island


Grand Turk spans only around 7 square miles, yet it has a high-quality selection of restaurants to choose from. At The Sand Bar, freshly caught fish is served daily, but you'll also find jerk chicken, a range of salads, and juicy burgers on the menu. Wash it down with rum punch while watching the sunset and you’ll have a recipe for a great evening. Head to Coral Cafe for breakfast choices of fresh-baked bread, pastries, eggs, and bagels.


  • The Sand Bar, Duke Street, Cockburn Town, Turks and Caicos Islands; Tel: +1 649 946 1111; Website: The Sand Bar

  • Coral Cafe, 24 Front Street, Cockburn Town, Grand Turk‬, Turks and Caicos Islands; Tel: +1 649-245-0648; Website: Coral Cafe




Providenciales, Turks and Caicos’ most populated island, has an upbeat culinary scene with restaurants, cafés, and bistros that run the full gamut of flavors. At Coco Bistro, where the tables are set amid coconut palms, you can dig into local grilled wahoo or homemade ravioli. For something more casual, head to Kalooki’s, a fun restaurant bar with BBQ ribs, fish tacos, jerk chicken, and live music and a limbo competition every week.


  • Coco Bistro, Grace Bay Road, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands; Tel: +1 649 946 5369; Website: Coco Bistro

  • Kalooki’s, Kalooki's Beach Restaurant & Bar, Blue Hills, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands; Tel: +1 649 332 3388; Website: Kalooki’s


Eating on Salt Cay


This small island just south of Grand Turk has only a few restaurants, but they include one of the best on the islands. Porter’s Island Thyme blends local and international cuisine for delicious dishes that include Asian tapas, curried snapper, and French toast soaked in coconut rum. Reservations are a must. For hearty portions of fresh-caught fish, or just to sip a coffee at the only seaside café on the island, head to Coral Reef Bar & Grill. They also have rib dinners on Sundays.



North Caicos


North Caicos offers a mélange of Caribbean and American food, with a smattering of international dishes thrown in. At Miss B’s Restaurant - where you’ll likely be greeted by Miss B herself - you'll get home cooking and Caribbean bites. Conch fritters, curried chicken and rice, and burgers are some of the offerings on the menu. If you want a romantic but relaxed setting, try Silver Palm Restaurant. Homemade bread, sweet potato fries, lobster, and grouper are some favorites in a dining space known for making guests feel at home.


  • Miss B’s Restaurant, North Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands; Tel: +1 649 946 7727; Website: Miss B’s Restaurant

  • Silver Palm Restaurant and Bar, North Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands; Tel: +1 649 946 7113