Discover the best restaurant in Long Bay Beach, Turks and Caicos including Coco Bistro, Seven, Caicos Bakery, The Patty Place, Lemon2Go Coffee, Kitchen 218, Turks Kebab, Ristorante Via Veneto, Shay Cafe & Lounge, Kalooki's Restaurant
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4.5 based on 5 reviews
Set amidst the largest palm grove on the island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands, Coco Bistro is a food lover's fantasy in a one-of-a-kind setting. Located in the heart of Grace Bay, within walking distance from most resorts, Coco Bistro serves fresh local cuisine under a starlit sky and swaying coconut palms. Complementing the delightful island ambience is a culinary experience considered among the best in Turks and Caicos. Starting with the freshest local ingredients and enhanced by the skills and imagination of executive chef/owner, Stuart Gray, Coco Bistro stands out as a 'must visit' by visitors and residents. Gray has earned a reputation for consistently creating, fresh, flavorful Caribbean cuisine and his personal attention to every detail ensures an exceptional dining experience.
Amazing ambiance, delicious food, best service. They treat you like a true guest here. The prices were well worth and comparable to other dining experiences we had. We had the steak with garlic potatoes and the snapper with risotto. Both were up to fine dinning quality and cooked to perfection. The mushroom risotto was amazing!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Seven, for the finest dining in Provo, at Seven Stars Resort, our contemporary island cuisine is anchored in the rich culinary traditions of the Turks & Caicos Islands. From fresh local seafood like conch and Caicos lobster to seasonings that echo the island's once vibrant salt-mining industry, the ingredients we gather represent a modern day quest for farm to fork goodness. Elegant yet thoroughly approachable, Seven is modern island cuisine wrapped in reverence for time honored techniques and tradition. Join us and discover why Seven shines above all others.
Think Salt at The Ritz Carlton. This chef inspired steak house is exquisite. The shared meal center cut steak has an excellent presentation with sides in copper pots and slicing at the table. It was a lovely meal and surprisingly reasonably priced - example our meal for 11 people was less at Seven than it was at Hemingway’s...partly because the surf and turf was $58 at Hemingway’s...but still - for a five star steak house to have the same prices as a more casual beach bar and grille is pretty cool. If you enjoy steak and fine dining - I would recommend this place! I would recommend dressing nicer for this place - I wouldn’t roll in in jeans.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Cute place with average pastries. Don’t expect the croissants to be flaky and buttery the texture is more like a danish. The almond has a nice flavor. The fruit danish don’t have enough fruits to distinguish any flavor from the dough. The blueberry muffins are good if you add a little butter. Priced at about $2.25 each.
4.5 based on 445 reviews
Located on Grace Bay Road, across from the beach access by Seven Stars, makes The Patty Place a perfect location to grab a quick savory inexpensive snack while on the strip.Our Jamaican patties much like empanadas but are baked not fried and have a variety of fillings. We offer outdoor Seating and an Irie vibe, and no Provo trip is complete without a taste of our delicious Devon House Ice Cream, featuring over 18 tropical flavours such as Rum & Raisin, guava , mango and Devon Stout (ice cream made from beer)
Baby cone for $3. They serve Devon's ice cream which is good. Didn't try food as many other good choices in the area.
4.5 based on 374 reviews
Lemon 2 Go offers great coffee's, tea's, smoothies and snacks in a relaxing atmosphere right at the heart of Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos. Find the barista nestled amongst the flowers within a beautiful flower shop, enjoy your drink on the comfy couches watching the world go by on Grace Bay Road.
Once we discovered this place, we visited every morning. Lemon2Go brews each individual cup of coffee so it is fresh and delicious. We really enjoyed our coffee and chatting with the locals each morning while devouring the Lemon2Go Peanut Butter Balls which have peanut butter, coconut, and chocolate.
The staff are friendly and helpful, in fact when we asked Michael about where to snorkel, he suggested the Somewhere Cafe and he was right, it was a fabulous place to snorkel.
4.5 based on 750 reviews
Beach House Restaurant on Providenciales in Turks and Caicos is now Kitchen 218, featuring a new menu, enhanced decor and a culinary club. The restaurant is known for its creative cuisine with a twist of Turks and Caicos. The Beach House Chef will wow you with fresh ingredients bringing extraordinary flavors to you. Ask for the Chef's Table for a truly memorable experience. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner served daily plus Brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.
The open air dining Terrace is located next to the picturesque swimming pool area landscaped with tropical Gardens. The dinner menu always promises a selection of locally caught seafood, prime quality meats and beautifully presented entrees that blur the line between art and function, and...MoreWe thank you for dining at Kitchen 218 and we are glad that you have enjoyed your experience with us...
4.5 based on 689 reviews
Nothing hits the spot like meat and vegetables, right off the spit. At Turks Kebab you'll discover that your favorite Mediterranean classics were meant to mingle with our authentic island side-dishes. It makes for a simple, healthy and incredibly tasty menu, from spicy finger-licking sensations, to very- vegan home cooking – there's something for everyone. It all starts with fresh ingredients and quality meats. But it doesn't stop until you've satisfied your hunger, eaten up the simple hospitality and savored a moment with any of the diverse islanders who call this their favorite place to eat. Affordable, Authentic, Fresh-made and Always Good for you...
We did take out for three people today at noon and it was one of the best meals we had in Provo. All three of us enjoyed our food a great deal and service and kitchen were fast. Very affordable which is unusual in Provo.
4.5 based on 981 reviews
We visited on a week night with a reservation. We were a large party but we were seated right away. The hostess furnished menus, told us about the specials, and inquired about our H2O preferences.
We ordered shortly after and the kitchen had our appetizers on our table after a reasonable wait. We shared Calamari and it was fresh and very good. It's served with a small salad and a warm tomato based sauce. Two orders was enough for the table.
Our mains all arrived together (a pet peeve of mine is mains arriving far apart). We had ordered 4 fish dishes, a pizza and two pasta dishes. The presentation and taste of our food was very good. Everyone enjoyed their food and service the service was very good. I would rate this visit very good, but not great.
That said,I will also point out that we visited the other Italian fine dining establishment last year at spring break and Via Veneto beats them hands down from a service and kitchen coordination experience.
4.5 based on 702 reviews
Shay Café & Lounge is open daily at 7:00a.m. and offers locally roasted Espresso, Coffee, Tea, Breakfast and Lunch items. Breakfast and Lunch served all day until 3pm. Shay Café & Lounge proudly serves Island-Roasted Organic Coffees (espresso, cappuccino, latte, iced or frozen coffee, etc.), Smoothies, Organic Teas, Pastries, Eggs, Omelettes, Breakfast Sandwiches, Crepes, Pancakes, French Toast, Smoked Salmon Bagels, Eggs Benedict, Wraps, Paninis, Nachos, Quesadillas, Small Pizzas & Much More. Shay Cafe & Lounge also serves Must-Try Homemade Gelato made on site!
If you have to choose a place for breakfast in town, choose Shay Cafe ( see my review of Provence in the same shopping plaza).
The concept here is very good. You place your order, help yourself to coffee and then go choose your seat (inside or out on A lovely patio) and wait for your order to be brought to you. It didn't take long to place our order or to then receive it once seated.
Food was very good. I thoroughly enjoyed the banana Nutella crepes.
4.5 based on 766 reviews
Kalookis, a family restaurant we started in 2014 by the beach in Blue Hills, was destroyed by Hurricane Irma in Sept 2017 giving birth to our new location, Kalookis - Grace Bay in Le Vele Plaza. The name Kalooki’s originates from the Jamaican card game Kalooki.
The servers were very friendly and offered good selections for dinner. We had coconut shrimp for appetizer and then got the Blackened Mahi Mahi and the Blackened Snapper for dinner. We loved the solar lights on the tables. The Saturday evening music added to the great atmosphere.
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