Like many island communities, Providenciales is a melting pot of people who come from all over the world to live on our tiny island, bringing their international influences with them. With that comes the need to find a common ground, something we all can enjoy together—a task many of our island restaurants have managed to accomplish with their irresistible offerings that cater to all tastes.
There’s a great selection of restaurants in the Turks and Caicos that offer international and fusion cuisines, with both casual and upscale atmospheres, as well as beachfront locations.
The Deck and Seven
You’ll find tasty options for lunch and dinner at Seven Stars Resort & Spa resort, with the outdoor restaurant The Deck offering seaside lunch and supper, and the indoor and upscale Seven offering unique gourmet dinner and handcrafted cocktails. Headed by Executive Chef Edwin Gallardo, many of the ingredients used at the restaurants are sourced from the resort’s local garden, which grows microgreens, lemongrass, kaffir lime, and more. The menu at Seven is varied, with offerings that include oysters, pumpkin ravioli, and thyme-baked snapper. Pair your meal with a cocktail such as the “Grace Bay Elixir”: Tanqueray gin served with Cointreau, basil, lemon, lime, and sugar.
If you’re craving more casual fare, stop by The Deck and choose from a diverse menu that covers all the bases, whether you’re in the mood for salted edamame, tuna tartare, or jerk chicken wings—all with the stunning waters of Grace Bay Beach just a few steps away. Grilled wahoo, burgers, and delectable pizzas are also available at The Deck.
Magnolia Restaurant and Wine Bar
Magnolia is located high above Turtle Cove Marina, offering breathtaking views of the marina and ocean. With a menu that includes local fish as well as gluten and dairy-free options, Magnolia has developed a menu that caters to every kind of craving. From spring rolls and calamari, to rack of lamb and chicken breast, each menu item has been carefully chosen to capture the international feel of the island and those who visit. The wine list also features a distinctly international lineup. Closed on Mondays, a reservation is highly recommended for this upscale restaurant.
An island staple, Coyaba is well-known for being one of the island’s longest-standing restaurants. Caribbean spices and seafood are mixed with various European influences to produce a menu that boasts everything from scallops and gnocchi to a New York striploin. For those with a sweet tooth, you’ll also find a decadent dessert menu sure to tantalize your taste buds. Seasalt cheesecake with blackberry, lychee, and kiwi compote, anyone?
With an on-site sommelier, Coyaba can help you pair the perfect wine with your meal, as you pick from one of the most extensive lists available on the island. With a master mixologist on hand, the drinks here are also as inventive as they are tasty.
Perfect for breakfast or a laid-back lunch, Sandbox offers a smaller must-try menu. Typical soups, salads, and sandwiches are available alongside falafel bowls, sate padang, and more. Located in the heart of the Regent Village, Sandbox offers vegan options as well, with its sister restaurant next door Lemon 2 Go offering a variety of coffee and tea drinks. Seating inside or outside is available, offering the perfect setting for a quick bite or a longer, more relaxed meal.
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