The island of Providenciales in Turks and Caicos is home to several Asian cuisine restaurants, several of which are easily accessible from the Grace Bay region. There’s a great balance in local restaurants between inexpensive traditional classics and fine dining.
Many of the gourmet restaurants on Providenciales offer quite an international menu, typically have Asian influenced dishes (of which many are unique and done quite well), and may incorporate local seafood.
Sushi and Japanese Cuisine
Yoshi's is one of the better-known Japanese cuisine establishments in the Turks and Caicos, and has been one of the foremost sushi restaurants on Providenciales for more than a decade.
SUI-REN, which serves Japanese and Peruvian fusion dishes, is a gourmet restaurant located at the luxury Shore Club resort on Long Bay Beach.
Sushi and sashimi at Solana restaurant at Ocean Club West.
Kin Khao, located on Leeward Highway near Grace Bay, is an unassuming yet popular Thai restaurant that serves traditional dishes at a great price. Entrée portions are typically large, so there’s plenty to go around. Both dine-in and takeout available.
Thai Orchid, in the Regent Village plaza in Grace Bay, is another Thai restaurant, serving classics such as pad thai, soups, and curry.
Chinson’s offers a unique take on cuisines, with a menu of Jamaican and Chinese dishes. Along with Caribbean favorites such as jerk and BBQ, there’s stir-fry, chop suey, fried rice, chow mein, and soups.
The southern Caribbean and West Indies has historically for more than a century had an Asian Indian cultural influence through migration and indentured servants, and some of the fare from countries such as Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, and Jamaica, reflect the fact. Roti, curry, and other traditional Indian food can be found at some of the smaller restaurants on Providenciales, including a couple in the Downtown region.