As the fishing capital of Turks and Caicos, it shouldn't come as a surprise that restaurants on the island are known for serving up the day's fresh catch. Know that because the island is so sparsely populated that unless you dine in the resort restaurant, regular operating hours are unheard of, so you should call ahead to make sure the place you want to eat at is open.
Travelers will find no shortage of opportunities to experiment with local flavors during their stay on South Caicos. Caribbean and Cajun dishes are among the more popular selections found on the island. Don't forget to click on the restaurant names to read more information.
Dolphin Grill is situated at South Caicos Ocean & Beach Resort and is a local bar and grill located within southwestern South Caicos. The menu here is varied, with options that hope to please everyone in the crowd. Over-all the offerings are casual dishes like burgers, fish, and chicken. They are located on Tucker Hill Road.
A restaurant in the area worth considering is Sunset Café & Bar. A casual spot known for its light menu offerings and friendly staff, you can relax and play a game of dominoes while you dine here. You'll be able to find them on Stubb's Street.
Just below you will be able to see the 6 restaurants serving this kind of food.
|Dolphin Grill||42.8 mi. Southeast of Central Maria Mai||Caribbean||(649) 946-3810|
|1.3 mi. North-Northwest of Central Cockburn Harbor||Caribbean||(649) 946-3247|
|Cockburn Harbor, Southwestern part of South Caicos||Cajun||(649) 946-3535|
|South Caicos||Cajun, Creole||(649) 946-3276|
|Sunset Café & Bar||0.6 mi. South West of Central Cockburn Harbor||Caribbean||(649) 242-7109|
|Cockburn Harbor, Southwestern part of South Caicos||South Caicos||American||--|
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