Food was very good. Fresh, good prices. Service was quick. Jerk pork portion was a tad small, but very tasty.
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While in Turks and Caicos, I was looking forward to eating at this restaurant based upon reviews. Visited the location on last day on our vacation We walked into the restaurant (only two other people were inside) and the server never acknowledged us. I asked...More
the food is good home cooking and it is good value for money - try the 'bammy' (cassava). The staff are delightful and you can watch the locals playing dominoes!
This little restaurant was by far our favorite place to eat lunch on the island. The oxtails, jerk chicken, rice and peas are all absolutely delicious. A lot of locals come here and my girlfriend and I became friendly with the lovely waitresses working here....More
Ordered the snapper. There was a party the night I ate there and service was VERY slow. Meal was ok. Fish was warm but not hot. Beans and rice were very good. No cole slaw as promised. I had to go inside to pay. I...More
my misunderstanding of the culture. i.e. sausage=frankfurter. rye toast = bread available, coffee is instant that "you make" the cost was extreme
It does seem like a place for the locals, but then again, pretty much everyone knows everyone else. We had our choice of seats, and the outdoors seating was very pleasant, only a view of the airport. The food came promptly, and I had conch...More
We got off the plane, picked up the rental car and headed to The Lodgings hotel. Our room was not quite ready so we walked over to the restaurant to get a bite to eat. When we walked in, I felt somewhat uncomfortable, like it...More
Many of the promotional magazines for Providenciales really hyped this place up, but I'm not sure why. Firstly it was a bit out of the way and difficult to find. When we arrived, the restaurant was empty short a few locals playing cards in the...More