Conch (pronounced 'konk') is a common name for certain large marine snails. They are gastropod mollusks, the most commercially important of which are in the family ...
Conch are always an affordable dish, because of their abundance around the island. Fritters are like a hushpuppy, but served with a spicy creole sauce.
Like a clam chowder, this is a thick and creamy soup full of conch pieces.
Grouper belongs to one the largest fish families (over 400 species) in the Sea, the Sea Bass family (Serranidae). 9 chances out of 10 if you have eaten grouper it has ...
Groupers can grow larger than some sharks and can create so much suction that they can easily swallow large objects and other fish. They are also quite tasty and only grow to around 12". Their prevalence around the island make them quite common on restaurant menus.
Jamaica is a big influence in the Turks & Caicos and it’s no surprise that their signature dish has made its way to the islands. Made with a spicy and earthy dry rub and grilled, this is one of the most flavorful ways to eat chicken.
Another local favorite, this is a sweet pan bread that looks like cornbread. It’s perfect for soaking up all those lovely sauces from your main dish.
Another fish found in abundance in the island waters. This meaty fish can be cooked an infinite number of ways and goes with just about anything, especially a fruit salsa topping.
More substantial than a banana (which they are sometimes mistaken for) and provide a bit of hearty sweetness to a dish. Usually as a side to a meal that goes with rice and peas (or beans).
A delicious recipe for Jamaican Rum Punch, with Bacardi® 151 rum, Myer's® dark rum, Malibu® coconut rum, pineapple juice, orange juice, lime juice, grenadine ...
A staple drink of the islands made with rum, pineapple and orange juice and coconut flavor. It packs quite a wallop, so one may be all you need.
In Provo, you’ll often be served a whole snapper that’s been steamed in a Creole sauce with a side of peas or rice (or peas and hominy).
Thursday Night Fish Fry. The Bight Park, Providenciales Turks and Caicos Islands. Turks and Caicos Islands. Beautiful By Nature
Every Thursday from 5:30p to 9:30p at the Bight (Children's) Park, over a dozen local food vendors, entertainers and cultural acts come together for Island Fish Fry. This is a great way to try some delicious fresh-caught fish and interact with the locals too.