During your visit to Turks and Caicos, expect to encounter a wide range of quick-service, sit-down, and fine dining establishments. Those who adore Japanese cuisine particularly should take note of those restaurants known for this style of cooking. Know the variety of Japanese foods available in Turks and Caicos with this worthy set of establishments.
Before your trip begins, you can get more details about the many places that offer Japanese fare. For each of the options, click to learn more about its location, style, and more.
Positioned near the heart of Grace Bay, Yoshi's Sushi & Grill is a part of. Do you just have to have sushi during your visit to Turks and Caicos? Even if it's outside your norm, remember the name Yoshi's Sushi & Grill and make it the one thing you both agree on. <p>This restaurant is small and cozy, but dining is also available out on the patio. Reservations are recommended thanks to the low number of tables.</p>
Soy, a part of Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort & Spa, is found 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. Thinking about Japanese food, and definitely need some sushi? In any case, there's no shame in it being a must-do item on your list. <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>
Kimonos, which is part of Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort & Spa, is found 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. Determined not to be a "stale" choice, not only does this place offer Japanese creations and one favorite, chicken, but it's also known for 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 logical choice that's worth considering if you're going to spend time visiting this part of the island. It's 2.6 miles south west of Grace Bay. Don't overlook Providenciales when you're feeling like a knock-out serving of sushi.
People who crave Japanese dishes should definitely check out restaurants like this one. Make sure it's on your agenda if you'll be staying nearby.
If your preferences are flexible, perhaps you'll want the familiar flavors at local places like these:
|(649) 333-4040||Pan Asian / Pacific Rim||1.2 mi. East of Central Grace Bay||Providenciales|
|Captain Zheng's||(649) 242-2436||Chinese||Cockburn Town, Eastern part of Turks and Caicos||Grand Turk|
|Chinson Grill Shack||(649) 941-3533||Chinese||2.6 mi. Southeast of Central Blue Hills||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|
|Noodle Bar and Kitchen||(649) 946-8550||Asian||2.4 mi. West-Southwest of Central Grace Bay||Providenciales|
|(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|
|Lotus||(649) 946-7788||Asian||0.4 mi. West-Southwest of Central Sandy Point||Parrot Cay|
|Garam Masala||(649) 332-2000||Asian||2.9 mi. South-Southeast of Central Blue Hills||None|
Sometimes, the most satisfying dining options in Turks and Caicos are those you happen upon while walking the streets near your hotel. However, writing down a couple of tasty-sounding cafes and bars on the list, means you'll have multiple alternatives, even in a pinch. To find out more concerning the types of food awaiting you, check out this page.
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