By FAR the most amazing restaurant I have ever been to in my life! Yeah I know that sounds dramatic- but it's true! Everything was spectacular and the ambiance was so beautiful!!
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For those who have tons of money on the loose, it is a must visit, best food ever tried, just not in quantity.
A friend recommended Coyaba. Although not on the beach, this place is by far our favorite restaurant, so far, in Providenciales. Every dish we had was absolutely superb. We loved the ambience, the service, as well as the dishes and desserts. We will be visiting...More
Keep in mind that everyone looks for something different when dining out. I write from the perspective of a well-traveled foodie that centers his vacations around location and dining. I do tend to be a little hard in my critiques. By all means, the food...More
If you are in Grace Bay, do not miss this place. We had an amazing dinner, as good as many top-rated restaurants in major cities. The staff is friendly and helpful, the setting is a cute, funky garden, but most of all the food is...More
Dinner at Coyaba tonight was delightfully unexpected. Atmosphere is wonderful. Wait staff was super attentive. Staff explained menu options for one of our party who has Celiac disease and made special accommodations for her. Food was fresh and prepared wonderfully. Presentation of every dish was.....WOW!...More
cute, quirky and delicious. We were a group of 10 with a varied palate and everyone left having enjoyed a great meal. It was topped off by the absolute best desserts ever! Can't really call it apple pie or apple strudel. But you can call...More
We were staying across the street at Grace Bay Club. After having bed experiences here we decided to try this place to celebrate my birthday. It was amazing! Excellent service, suburb food and close to our hotel. Great choice for us and anyone wanting to...More
As before we found the food well prepared with several choices we found interesting. Service was great, everything we tried was good and while slightly expensive it was worth what we paid.
Where to even begin? I guess I will start from the fact that my husband and I are true foodies, Michelin Star fanatics, who travel the world around food. Of course food is not what brought us to Turks and Caicos, but after my husband...More