Nestled amongst the palm trees and shrubs of Turks and Caicos Point Grace Resort is the elegant restaurant Grace’s Cottage. The setting is cozy and intimate, and can only hold a total of 62 guests. Seating-wise guests can opt to dine on the cottage’s wrap-around verandah or outside underneath the wrought-iron gazebos.
Arguably one of the best restaurants on the island, the menu offers Caribbean-style cuisine, which includes plenty of seafood including local specialties like island grouper on lobster and South Caicos red snapper. If you’re a lobster lover then make sure to plan your trip between August and the end of March, the season is strictly enforced, so if you’re having local lobster outside of that time it’s been frozen.
Another feature we love of Grace’s Cottage is the wine pairings. They have an extensive wine list and can also recommend a wine to match your meal, by the glass. The meal we had while there was sensational and the service was perfecto.