Al fresco seating at Crackpot Kitchen Crackpot Kitchen is located on Leeward Highway near Grace Bay.
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Crackpot Kitchen

Leeward Highway, Providenciales
At a Glance
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Local Cuisine + More
Dinner for Two
$78 - 148
Menu
Lunch
Lemon Pepper Fried Snapper
$17
Steamed Snapper
$17
Jerk Chicken
$16
Baby Back Ribs
$18
Starters
Mozza Tomatoe Salad
$16
Tropical Island Conch Salad
$13
Caicos Tossed Spring Salad
$12
Cracky Conch Fritters
$11
Dinner
Jerked Lamb Rack
$43
Crusty Grouper
$43
Curry Goat
$31
Tropic Pork Chops
$31
Prices shown are inclusive of tax. Gratuity is not included and is appreciated by staff. This venue charges Government Tourism Tax (12%).
The bar and food truck at Crackpot Kitchen
Crackpot Kitchen is a food truck at a fun and casual spot near Grace Bay.
Note: Crackpot Kitchen has moved from Ports of Call plaza to a location on Leeward Highway near Grace Bay.

Crackpot Kitchen is a unique food truck restaurant in Grace Bay that offers a menu of Turks and Caicos and Caribbean dishes that have an international twist to them. Headed by Chef Nik Skippings, the restaurant takes an interesting approach to local dishes, typically with great results.

The restaurant is located near the Gateway to Grace Bay roundabout near Grace Bay. Al fresco seating is under canopies, and the onsite games and bright colors create a lively atmosphere.

Crackpot Kitchen as a varied and constantly changing menu. Variants of island favorites, including fish (which may be grilled, blackened, steamed, or fried) and peas n’ rice, oxtail, BBQ chicken or ribs, curry goat, and jerk chicken.

Local seafood of course factors into many dishes at Crackpot Kitchen, from the quintessential whole fish options, to conch prepared as fritters, stew, salad, and chowder. When in season, Caribbean spiny lobster is usually on the menu, often in several variants.

Another great aspect of Crackpot Kitchen are their seasonal specials, created for many holidays throughout the year. From Thanksgiving to Valentine’s Day specials, there’s always something delicious served, often at a great price.

Desserts include Chef Nik’s famous chocolate mousse cake, blueberry cheesecake, Guinness punch, and a Haitian mango crème brûlée.

Chop Off Cooking Challenge

Chef Nik has also pioneered the Turks and Caicos Chop Off Cooking Challenge, which has quickly become the one of the main culinary events in the country.

Usually scheduled for December, the event sees local chefs from throughout the Turks and Caicos competing for the title of Champion. The event take place in Grace Bay at Ports of Call, spectator tickets can be purchased at several locations on Providenciales, including at Crackpot Kitchen.

Catering and Special Events

Crackpot Kitchen is also popular with both locals and visitors alike for hosting events, private chef services, and catering. Plated, buffet, and beach BBQ style of serving is available, and the friendly staff at Crackpot Kitchen is happy to work with customers to complete the perfect ambiance and dining experience.

Location

Crackpot Kitchen is on Leeward Highway near Grace Bay. Some of the central resorts are within a 10-15 minute walk away.