If you can't get enough Asian food, you might find yourself with an opportunity to satisfy your hunger. Though not terribly plentiful, you can still find a couple of restaurants in Turks and Caicos serving this kind of food.
The following list allows you to preview the limited selection of Asian places you could try as you explore. Find the one that makes your mouth water and click its name to view more information about its ambiance, specialties, and nearby things to do.
Located along the northeastern outskirts of Five Cays, Garam Masala is a part of The Regent Village, and is a popular choice worth considering if you are thinking about spending some time visiting this neighborhood. When the whole group's in need of a tasty selection of Asian eats that's far from prim and proper, this casual restaurant hits the spot. Not only do they offer a menu of traditional Indian cuisine, here, but there is a secondary menu for those whose tastes lie elsewhere.
Lotus, part of Parrot Cay Resort & Shambhala Retreat, is located near Sandy Point; it is 12 and a half miles (20 kilometers) to the northeast of Grace Bay. As soon as guests hear about it, they're already here for an over-the-top dining experience that's well beyond the very casual establishments in town. Open-air dining under vine covered verandas or under the stars on the terrace overlooking the ocean.
Grace's Cottage, which is part of Point Grace, is found toward the center of Grace Bay. When considering this restaurant, anticipate fine cuisine in a setting that sticks out in a destination normally ripe with quick-service places. A classy, cozy restaurant, Grace's Cottage provides an intimate setting that is, at turns, charming with the gazebos and tasteful with the verandah and intricate gingerbread detailing. The gazebos, made from wrought iron, are the perfect setting for a pleasing outdoor dining experience. Indoors, the classy decor with a hint of contemporary stylings offers an elegant place to enjoy a before-dinner drink at a beautiful bar crafted from mahogany. Their tables set the stage for the casually sophisticated atmosphere.
Situated toward the northeastern outskirts of Five Cays, Bangkok Express is a smart choice worth considering if you are exploring this neighborhood. The overall vibe to expect from this awesome carry out restaurant is pretty casual, and that means travelers can take a time out and just eat simple, outrageously good grub.
If seeking variety within the same genre, you'll find commonality between the restaurants above and places like the following:
|Captain Zheng's||(649) 242-2436||Chinese||Cockburn Town, Eastern part of Turks and Caicos|
|(649) 441-7526||Chinese||0.4 mi. North-Northwest of Central Grace Bay|
|(649) 946-4491||Thai||2.9 mi. South-Southeast of Central Blue Hills|
|(649) 941-3274||Japanese||2.6 mi. South West of Central Grace Bay|
|Kimonos||(649) 946-8000||Japanese||1.5 mi. West-Southwest of Central Grace Bay|
|Yoshi's Sushi & Grill||(649) 941-3374||Japanese||0.4 mi. South West of Central Grace Bay|
|(649) 333-4040||Pan Asian / Pacific Rim||0.4 mi. North-Northwest of Central Grace Bay|
|Soy||(649) 946-8000||Japanese||1.5 mi. West-Southwest of Central Grace Bay|
|(649) 941-7380||Chinese||2.9 mi. South-Southeast of Central Blue Hills|
|(649) 941-3274||Japanese||2.9 mi. South-Southeast of Central Blue Hills|
Some of the best places to dine in Turks and Caicos are those that you run into naturally while walking around during the day. Then again, it's still a good idea to have a few favorites on the itinerary. To find out even more concerning the types of food waiting for you, check out this page.
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