exterior of Top O' the Cove deli in Turks and Caicos Top O' the Cove deli, located in central Providenciales on Leeward Highway.
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Top O' the Cove

1059B Leeward Highway, Providenciales
Opening Hours
Open Mon–Wed 7:00 AM–5:00 PM, Thu–Fri 7:00 AM–6:00 PM, Sat 7:00 AM–3:00 PM, Sun 7:00 AM–2:00 PM
Breakfast, Brunch
Top O' the Cove deli
Top O' the Cove offers both outdoor and indoor air-conditioned seating.

The Turks and Caicos has many offerings when it comes to places to eat, but there is only one place where one can find authentic New York-style deli meals—and that’s at Top O’ the Cove on Providenciales. Just as its name implies, Top O’ the Cove is nestled right across from the hill that leads down to Turtle Cove. A popular spot for locals, this casual eatery has been around for years, but it can be easy to miss with its location in the midst of Provo’s hustle and bustle.

Found directly adjacent to Bayview Motors, the deli offers both indoor and outdoor seating—so whether diners want to enjoy some fresh air while watching the cars drive by, or they prefer a cool setting in the deli’s air-conditioned space while tucking into one of the eatery’s signature sandwiches, both options are available. Visitors may hear locals referring to the deli as “Angela’s” in reference to the owner of Top O’ the Cove. Angela and her team are known for being friendly and attentive to customers, providing a warm and welcoming atmosphere to complement their delicious meals.

Looking for reliable Wi-Fi? Top O’ the Cove also provides Wi-Fi access to patrons, making the deli the perfect place to get some work done while enjoying breakfast or lunch.

Sample Dishes

The Menu

Top O’ the Cove has an extensive menu with breakfast and lunch options. On Sundays, the restaurant offers breakfast all day, with options that include classic pancakes paired with eggs and bacon, steak and eggs, and a breakfast burrito. The deli also offers daily specials that regularly change. Fresh bread is baked daily, and it’s such a hit with patrons that some visit the deli just to purchase a roll to enjoy with some butter.

The bread also pairs well with the deli’s succulent deli meat, and Top O’ the Cove sandwiches are certainly one of the restaurant’s most popular meals. The Classic Supreme, BLT, Pastrami, and Famous Steak and Onions sandwiches are all excellent choices for days when a quick, yet filling meal is all that’s needed. And in true New York style, a varied selection of bagels is also on the menu. The smoked salmon bagel is always a good choice, as is the Bageleggle (served with eggs, ham, and cheese) for a morning jumpstart.

To accompany a delicious sandwich, visitors can also purchase freshly made soup that makes for the perfect comfort food. Diners also have the option of a side of fries, either regular or sweet potato. Meanwhile, those with a pizza craving can order by the slice or purchase a whole pizza. For the adventurous diner, the Philly Cheese Steak pizza is an interesting, but incredibly tasty, option. And for those in the mood for a lighter lunch, salads are also available at the deli. Choose from a chef salad, chickpea salad, egg salad, or tuna salad platter, served with crackers.

At the deli, gourmet cheeses are also available for purchase. Got a sweet tooth? You’ll also find a selection of pastries and desserts that include cookies, donuts, croissants, and chocolates. Top O’ the Cove is also known for its gourmet coffee that has been lauded as some of the best on island. Other drinks available include tea, soft drinks, juices, and smoothies. Patrons can also order beer and wine at the deli.

Catering Services

Beyond being a popular spot for breakfast and lunch, Top O’ the Cove also offers catering services. So whether you’re looking for a casual and comfortable deli to enjoy a meal, or you’re planning an event, Angela at Top O’ the Cove is the one to call.

Located in Leeward Highway

Leeward Highway is the main highway on Providenciales, and runs from the Downtown and airport area to the far eastern end of the island. Many of the island’s larger stores and businesses are located along this four-lane route.