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“Great setting, very nice food”
Review of The Flamingo Cafe

The Flamingo Cafe
Ranked #52 of 145 Restaurants in Providenciales
Cuisines: Caribbean
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Good for: Families with children, Local cuisine, Bar scene
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Reviewed April 14, 2014

We ate there for lunch - and three years ago for dinner; I don't think much has changed - and had a good meal in a lovely setting. I had coconut grouper, and my husband had curried grouper - both daily specials. Very nicely cooked - moist and the sauces were both well seasoned. The peas and rice were a bit bland (I think Bugaloos has the best peas and rice on Provo).

The also didn't have either iced tea or lemonade, so I had to make do with a Sprite (I don't drink soda normally) - perhaps they focus more on the alcoholic drinks?

Not sure how the small shops survive - we didn't see anyone browsing or shopping - seems like they'd be better off with more tables than somewhere selling souvenirs, but perhaps we just missed the rush!

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Reviewed March 31, 2014

We were recommended this "local" eatery which was fantastic...breath taking view of the turquoise blue ocean and excellent fish we had cracked conch and fried grouper ...both dishes with salad were prepared to perfection went back for dinner and to watch the sunset ..spectacular ...a simple place no fancy table cloths etc..however very delicious food..would love some conch as I write this review !!! yummy.
Readers should ask the islanders where they eat if they want some thing really inexpensive and delicious..

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1  Thank P T
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Reviewed March 28, 2014

Best place on the beach for low key drinks and snacks. Right on the beach - softest sand on Grace Bay. Cash only. Great drinks. Staff remembered our orders day to day and we were a large group. Love this place. Children can play in the sand and water while you can have a cold Corona or rum punch. Thanks for the great memories.

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Reviewed March 27, 2014 via mobile

If band is playing great atmosphere on the beach as the sun goes down , does not get much better . Food is very good . Service is great and they tend to remember ur round even the next day well done . Not expensive ... Worth a visit for sure .. Thank u

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Reviewed March 23, 2014

We were staying next door at the Tuscany and didn't go until the last day for lunch. Very laid back outdoor restaurant between the pool and beach with umbrellas for shade. The prices were great compared to other beachfront restaurants along Grace Bay. We had the Philly steak sandwich, grilled grouper, a chicken wrap and quesidilla and everyone was extremely happy. The service was attentive and timely. I see another review that said they didn't take credit cards but they did for us...We will be back!

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1  Thank suzy b
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