Cocovan is a popular gourmet takeout eatery and the casual counterpart to the famous Coco Bistro restaurant. The restaurants operates out of a vintage 1974 Airstream trailer, and seating is al fresco on picnic tables in a coconut palm grove. The restaurant offers an interesting and different atmosphere to most other eateries on Providenciales.
Reservations for dining at Cocovan are not necessary, and free wifi is available onsite. Cocovan typically opens for lunch and dinner at 11:00 AM Tuesday to Friday, and from 5:00PM for dinner on the weekend and Monday.
Cocovan typically offers fast service, yet during busy times the wait can be as long as at a conventional sit down restaurant.
The menu at Cocovan features classic takeout foods that have a gourmet twist, all served in vintage-style paper fast food cartons. Choices are wide, and typically include tacos, burger sliders, tortillas, aioli, BBQ ribs or chicken, skewers, egg rolls, and more. The menu does vary, which makes revisits interesting. Vegetarian options are typically available.
The Kid’s Menu at Cocovan includes hot dogs, quesadillas, and a grilled cheese Panini, all served with French fries.
Available drinks include soft drinks, juices, and water, local and imported beers, and a wide selection of wine and spirits. Local Turks Head lager and typically one of their special runs are also on tap.
Desert options are either the Caicos Churros, which are topped with chocolate syrup and vanilla ice cream, or key lime mousse, which are complete with graham cracker crumbs and cream.
Free parking is onsite at both Coco Bistro and Cocovan.
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Located in Grace Bay
Grace Bay is located in central Providenciales and is home to the majority of tourism development in the Turks and Caicos. The world-famous Grace Bay Beach front the northern edge of this area, and many resorts, shops, and restaurants are found here. More about Grace Bay →