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Favorite TCI meal?

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Favorite TCI meal?

What are your two favorite Provo meals and where do get them (one low-end and one high-end)?

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1. Re: Favorite TCI meal?

Conch salad, or conch platter at the Conch Shack. Open face ravioli at Mango Reef. Fish tacos at Somewhere. Chicken wrap at Cabana Griil (OCE). Jerked Chicken or Grouper Creole at Ricky's Flamingo. Oh you said only one. Sorry

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2. Re: Favorite TCI meal?

Mango Reef and......um.........Mango Reef??? LOL!

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3. Re: Favorite TCI meal?

Low end..flamingos (or ricks) grouper fingers or carribean jerk chicken for lunch...high end, too many good choices to say just one.

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4. Re: Favorite TCI meal?

Without even thinking...

Almond Crusted Grouper at Sharkbite Bar & Grill

Conch fingers and grilled spareribs at Tiki Hut (Wednesday nights)

Penne pasta with jumbo shrimp & fresh herbs & cream at Hemingways

Grilled Mahi Mahi (or blackened) at Bay Bistro

Pecan crusted conch at Bay Bistro

Grilled lobster at Bay Bistro

Key lime pie anywhere and everywhere (except SaltMills Cafe)

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5. Re: Favorite TCI meal?

Low end, Flamingos/Ricky's curried grouper. High end a tie between whatever fish they have at Caicos Cafe and whatever I feel like that night at Coco Bistro.

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6. Re: Favorite TCI meal?

Low end, the steamed fish or curried goat w/ peas & rice, veges, and sweet plantains at Club Sodax on Leeward Hwy.... high end, the seared rare tuna at Magnolia.

Of course, that's assuming that "low end" and "high end" refer to price.

Lots of others, but I'm trying to stay within the bounds of the question. :-)

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7. Re: Favorite TCI meal?

Caicos Cafe!!!

Pretty much anything on their menu is great. If you want 'low end', stick with their yummy appetizers, the size is good, i.e. 2 appetizers would be a good meal. For 'high end' add any entree and a dessert! :))))))

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8. Re: Favorite TCI meal?

Great question- great topic. My 2 favorite dishes are:

Coyaba's Lobster Thormidor (in season)

Bay Bistro's however crusted conch (I prefered the old coconut crusted with curry over the now pecan crusted with orangy tangy sauce - still good)

Caicos Cafe's Prawn and scallop cassoulet (seasonal)

Caicos Cafe's grouper special (when they have fresh grouper)

Caicos Cafe's Gnocchi (not on the menu - need to order by phone at least a day in advance)

Caico Cafe's what ever homemade seafood pasta special they have that day.

Caicos Cafe's just close your eyes and point to anything on the menu. Finish off with the amazing Tiramisu and Ice cream dipped in espresso and Baileys. What time is it? Only 8 AM ;(

For low end as Joe mantioned the curied grouper at Falmingos/Ricky's/That place in front of the second dock...

Those were my favorite 2 dishes.

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9. Re: Favorite TCI meal?

For me it's fish tacos at somewhere and DH loved the jerk pork at the tiki hut.

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10. Re: Favorite TCI meal?

Has to be the ahi tuna at coco bistro followed by the blackened mahi mahi and finishing with the coconut pie...yum!

Closely followed by the pear and blue cheese salad, sausage pasta and tiramisu at caicos cafe...this is making be hungry already and I just had breakfast!!

Also hole in the wall jerk pork beats chinsons hands down imo.