Almost everywhere in Turks and Caicos, expect to be able to sample a tempting spread of places to dine. Can't resist Japanese food during your holiday here? Guests will definitely want to check out the various establishments that always feature it on the menu. Have a tantalizing taste of the varying interpretations of Japanese food available at these featured establishments.
Below, scan and read details about the handful of Turks and Caicos restaurants at which to sample Japanese eats. You can click each restaurant's name to view the full article about its dress code, food, or even nearby attractions.
Soy is on the premises of Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort & Spa, and is a smart choice for guests who are going to check out this neighborhood or the surrounding area. If you're curious, Grace Bay is approximately a mile and a half (approximately two and a half kilometers) to the east-northeast. Travelers who desire sushi will wholly enjoy dining here during a trip to The Bight. <p>At Soy, the sushi is made to order, though you'll find all of your favorite on the menu. Don't forget to compliment your meal with a shot of sake.</p>
Yoshi's Sushi & Grill, which is part of, is found just beyond the the center of Grace Bay. Don't hesitate to pass through Grace Bay when you want the familiar, inviting flavor profile of sushi. <p>Modern Japanese cuisine makes up this menu. In addition to fresh sushi and sashimi, you can also choose from a cooked menu which includes favorites like chicken teriyaki, tempura, and even local conch.</p>
Kimonos, which is on the premises of Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort & Spa, is located in The Bight, a neighborhood on Providenciales; approximately a mile and a half (approximately two and a half kilometers) to the west-southwest of Grace Bay. Though they're broadly known for Japanese cuisine, the kitchen at Kimonos likes to suggest its chicken and seafood. <p>The decor is that of a modern Asian restaurant, featuring artistically decorated walls and the use of dark woods with promote an exotic feel.</p>
Matsuri Sushi Bar is a good option for guests thinking about spending some time visiting this part of the island; it is easily reached by taxi to the south west of Grace Bay. Got sushi on the brain? Even if you're just out for the atmosphere, you may as well make this place a permanent plan in your vacation agenda.
Guests who crave Japanese fare should try restaurants like Sushi Bar. Consider this an easy option if you're spending time in a nearby area.
For something different in the same ballpark, you're likely to enjoy similar offerings at establishments like the following:
|(649) 941-7380||Chinese||2.9 mi. South-Southeast of Central Blue Hills||None|
|Grace's Cottage||(649) 946-5096||Asian||0.6 mi. West of Central Grace Bay||Providenciales|
|Noodle Bar and Kitchen||(649) 946-8550||Asian||Turtle Tail, Central Providenciales||Providenciales|
|(649) 333-4040||Pan Asian / Pacific Rim||1.2 mi. East of Central Grace Bay||Providenciales|
|Lotus||(649) 946-7788||Asian||0.4 mi. West-Southwest of Central Sandy Point||Parrot Cay|
|Chinson Grill Shack||(649) 941-3533||Chinese||Central Providenciales||Providenciales|
|(649) 946-4491||Asian||2.9 mi. South-Southeast of Central Blue Hills||None|
|(649) 946-4491||Thai||2.9 mi. South-Southeast of Central Blue Hills||None|
|Garam Masala||(649) 332-2000||Asian||2.9 mi. South-Southeast of Central Blue Hills||None|
Sometimes, the most exciting restaurants in Turks and Caicos are the ones that you casually come across while trekking the town of your choice. But, jotting down a few dining options on your schedule, may prove valuable later when your stomach's grumbling. To read more information about the kinds of food waiting for you, check out this page.
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