Turks And Caicos Tips For Foodies

Turks And Caicos For Foodies

Turks and Caicos is a dream destination with beautiful beaches, plenty of things to do, and incredible food. The great thing is there are no restaurant chains, so you get a true taste of authentic Caribbean food. So, after looking at the best places to stay in Turks and Caicos, a true foodie will then look for the best places to eat. Here are some suggestions to make sure you eat the best of what Turks and Caicos has to offer.

Turks And Caicos For Foodies

1. Conch Fritters At Fresh Catch

Conch Fritters 

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You can’t go to Turks and Caicos without having the conch fritters at Fresh Catch. It’s most people’s favorite place to eat on the island, and they also offer grilled lobster, conch salad, and pea soup. Their mango daiquiri is also famous.

2. PeppaJoy Hot Sauce

The good good…it isn’t hot sauce, it’s peppa sauce! 

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This local hot sauce is made from scotch bonnet peppers that are grown locally. It’s a fruity hot sauce, and is excellent on conch salad and on any dish that needs a little heat from the islands.

3. A Romantic Dinner At Coco Bistro

Local yellow fin tuna sashimi with tobiko caviar…

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If a romantic setting is what you’re after, head to Coco Bistro. Set among the largest palm grove on the island of Providenciales, it is a food lover’s fantasy. The blackened Mahi, lobster, steak, pasta with seafood, spring rolls, yellow fin tuna sashimi, and coconut pie are all fantastic. Take home their cookbook for a souvenir.

4. Conch Salad

Conch salad is one of the staples you will find in Turks and Caicos. You will taste the fresh sea in this mixture of finely diced conch, tomatoes, red onions, Scotch bonnets, bell peppers, celery, citrus juices and herbs. Every spoonful is a delicacy.

5. Lionfish

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Lionfish is considered to be an invasive fish, so it’s a good fish to be eaten to help protect the reefs. The meat is flavorful, moist, and flaky. Lionfish have been shown to be higher in Omega 3 fatty acids, lower in saturated fats, and heavy metals such as mercury.

6. Indulge In Lobster At The Landing


For a casual atmosphere where you can eat with your toes stuck in the sand, head to The Landing. They have tables placed in the sand, a sailboat for a bar, and besides lobster, they are known for their ribs, pulled pork bun, fish burger, and mahi mahi.

7. Sample True Island Food At Crackpot Kitchen

I call this Ride Out The Storm….Fully Loaded Lima Bean, Okra & Rice. It’s a Turks Island Thing! 

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Crackpot Kitchen was a TV show before it became a restaurant. Chef Nik makes incredible island food such as Drunken Bird chicken and Tamarind BBQ Baby Back Ribs with lemon-garlic roasted corn, grouper, oxtail, jerk-spiced meats, goat, battered conch, and lobster dishes.

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