Whether you’re in the mood for a flaky, buttery French croissant or an indulgent meal of escargot, Providenciales is home to a variety of options when it comes to French cuisine. From a charmingly authentic French bakery to an upscale French-owned restaurant that boasts world-class food, you’re guaranteed to find a French dining experience on Providenciales that leaves a lasting impression.
Whatever variance of the French influence you hope to infuse into your meal, from fusion to 100% authentically French, you’re sure to find it on Providenciales.
Le Bouchon du Village
One of the most distinctly French restaurants on the island is Le Bouchon du Village. With an always-changing menu, each day’s offerings are unquestionably French, but always with added island flavor. Escargot and fois gras are typically on the menu, alongside freshly-caught wahoo, seafood gumbo, and even lobster when in season. Reservations are recommended for this bistro, since its commitment to quality and authenticity make it popular among both locals and tourists alike. And don’t forget to check out its companion deli across the street, Le Comptoir Francais. This deli offers breakfast items that include croissants and quiche, a variety of deli sandwiches prepared with the highest quality meats and cheese for lunch, and an impressive wine selection.
Provence Restaurant & Bar
Fois Gras, by Coyaba restaurant.
Chef Eric’s Provence restaurant is the perfect fusion of his hometown heritages of French and Italian cuisine. From fois gras to filet, the menu is ever-changing and distinctly French in nature. With always rotating weekly specials, there is never a lack of options. A blind, five-course tasting menu is also an option for the more adventurous foodies and comes complete with a wine pairing. Fresh fish is plentiful on Chef Eric’s menu, so the essence of the Caribbean is always close at hand.
Le Bouchon du Village
The perfect place to stop for delectable pastries and a cup of coffee, Caicos Bakery is a quintessentially French bakery will make you feel as though you’ve just stumbled upon it while strolling the streets of Paris. You’ll find an assortment of goodies baked fresh daily, including a variety of croissants, quiches, and sweet treats. If you’re up for something savory, try the croque monsieur or spinach quiche. For the sweet tooth, there’s no shortage of options, from almond croissants to tarts and cheesecake.
While there’s no seating inside, you can enjoy your pastries on a bench in the picturesque plaza courtyard under the shade of a royal poinciana trees for a France-meets-the-tropics experience.
Caicos Café, located in central Grace Bay at Caicos Café Plaza, is a very popular restaurant. The menu is a fusion of Mediterranean, Italian, and French, which results is some spectacular dishes. There are typically several local seafood options on the menu.