Beach House: One of the Most Popular Turks and Caicos Restaurants

There is a fine line between brilliant cuisine and performance art .  Kitchen 218 brilliantly walks that line, making it one of the most popular Turks and Caicos restaurants on Providenciales.

At the helm of Kitchen 218 is Chef Cristian Rebolledo. Originally from Chile, Chef Cristian has a wealth of experience acquired from his work in leading kitchens in Europe and Asia.

Chef Cristian’s resume is nearly as impressive as his famous pumpkin soup. He studied at the Culinary Institute of America and then went on to work with famous Michelin star chefs in Europe, including Spain’s Joan Roca and Ferran Adria at the El Bulli Restaurant.

Chef Cristian loves to work with many different cooking techniques to bring out amazing flavours in every dish that he prepares. When you dine at Kitchen 218, expect creative cuisine with no boundaries, food styles from across the glove, and an extraordinary dining experience.

An elegant, yet relaxed atmosphere, that is true to the Beach House Turks and Caicos soul, can also be experienced in our culinary venue.

Kitchen 218 at Beach House has become known among Turks and Caicos restaurants for the creativity and quality of ingredients used. Whether it be for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Kitchen 218 has come to enjoy a highly discerning client base that loves to enjoy the best that Turks and Caicos restaurants have to offer.

We are also happy to host larger groups and events on property in one of our private spaces on the lushly landscaped grounds, on our Beach Deck, the pool gardens or at the restaurant itself.

Beach House also offers its guests a complimentary shuttle service to the Alexandra Resort or the Blue Haven Resort and Marina. At Blue Haven, the Fire & Ice restaurant features a sophisticated Caribbean cuisine, and the casual Salt Bar & Grill (daily from 10am to 10pm) offers relaxed bar fare while looking at the mega yachts in the marina. The Alexandra Resort will introduce a new restaurant in early October called Asú on the beach, a restaurant overlooking Grace Bay.  Asú means sunset in Taino, the language spoken by Arawak Indians who lived in Turks and Caicos centuries ago.  It will open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The shuttle operates daily and can be reserved by calling the concierge or front desk at least 30 minutes before the desired departure time.