Chinson's Grill Shack restaurant in the Turks and Caicos Chinson's Grill Shack restaurant on Leeward Highway.
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Chinson's Grill Shack

Providenciales
At a Glance
Lunch and Dinner
Jamaican Cuisine + More
Dinner for Two
$34 - 81
Menu
BBQ and Jerk Dishes
BBQ Chicken Sandwich
$13
BBQ Chicken Meal
$14
Jerk Chicken - Just da Meat
$14
Island Fish and Chips
$15
Appetizers and Chinese
Chinese Chicken Fried Rice
$13
Appleton Glazed Wings
$9
Chicken Chow Mein
$18
Shrimp Chop Suey
$21
Drinks
Local and Imported Beer
$6
Frozen Daiquiris
$10
Margarita
$11
Mixed Cocktails from Menu
$11
Prices shown are inclusive of tax. Gratuity is not included and is appreciated by staff. This venue charges Service Charge (10%).

A Unique Menu of Jerk, BBQ, and Chinese

Fish and chips at Chinson's Restaurant.

Chinson’s is a restaurant and bar on Leeward Highway on Providenciales that offers a menu that's a delicious yet unique combination of Caribbean BBQ, Jamaican jerk, and Chinese cuisine. The restaurant’s open for lunch and dinner, and has quite reasonable rates compared to some well-known tourist centric restaurants at Blue Hills and Five Cays.

Both al fresco and indoor seating is available at Chinson’s Grill Shack. The outdoor tables overlook Leeward Highway, and it’s more interesting than may initially be expected to watch the varied traffic driving by. The restaurant is popular with both locals and visitors alike, and if you’ve been to the Turks and Caicos before, there’s a good chance you’ll see a familiar face!

The restaurant actually bakes their own bread, which definitely makes a difference in the quality of food. The bakery at Chinson’s serves other establishments and walk-in customers, so it’s not necessary to dine-in to enjoy their fresh bread and patties.

The Menu

Chinson’s does quite a few dishes very well. A general lunch favorite is their excellent BBQ chicken or pulled pork sandwich, which is complete with seasoned fries. Another excellent choice are their jerk and BBQ ‘just da meat’ meals, which may be chicken or pork ribs without the distraction of sides other than a bit of ‘festival’ or bread. Like all good BBQ joints, the jerk and BBQ at Chinson’s is slow cooked for hours, so when it’s gone, it’s off the menu for the day!

Most dishes have side options, which may include peas n’ rice, white rice, French fries, coleslaw, mac n’ cheese, country corn bread, salad, plantains, or festival (a fried and slightly sweet dumpling).

The fish and chips are also popular, and are a contender for best on the island. Island favorites of steamed fish, stewed oxtail, curry goat, and conch fritters are also options.

The Chinese side of the menu includes spring rolls, fried wontons, egg rolls, crab Rangoon, soups, wings, and a collection of chow Mein, stir-fry, fried rice, and noodle dishes.

Chinson’s offers a popular collection of cocktails, and maintains a decent selection of local and imported beers, and wines. The central bar at the restaurant is a popular local hangout spot as well.

On the dessert side is ‘bulla’ a type of cookie, which can be served with cheese or ice cream.

Reservation are not typically required at Chinson’s Grill Shack.