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“Love the owner and the food!”

Three Queens Bar and Restaurant
Ranked #74 of 145 Restaurants in Providenciales
Cuisines: Caribbean
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

At a first look she might seem a tough woman and difficult to get along with but that couldnt be further from the truth. She is a sweet lady, that works very hard for her business and cooks heavenly! I stop there many times to eat even though I knew I had to run the whole beach after to burn some of that food. There you will find the best conch fritters on island, and there is this soup, which name I cant remember, but she does it every Friday!!!!!!!!! OMG, its the best soup I eat in TCI in 6 years. Fried plantains are so yummi! If you are in TCI you MUST stop by Three Queens. You will thank me! I miss it a lot!

5  Thank AncaVasile
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Reviewed January 17, 2013

this is a hidden gem for sure and best to have your own car to get there. Just go like your going to the conch shack and drive past for about another 15 minutes or so. you are basically in the area where all the locals lives which makes sense cause its like eating at someones else. went with daughter who was 12 and wife. we were the only one's there except for locals playing dominoes and drinking at bar next to restaurant. we sat on deck and chatted witht he locals and my daughter played with the dogs (potcakes). We had bbq chicken, stew and ribs. the food was AMAZINg and all homemade. 3 meals and drinks for $40. nowhere else on TCI is there a better bargain, nicer people and cool atmosphere. do't get scared off if it seems shady

4  Thank riffraff19
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Reviewed November 6, 2012 via mobile

Ate here twice. They charge $15 for a whole fried snapper. My husband had the oxtail the second time we went there and liked it too.

The fish was very fresh and great. We sat across the street from the restaurant and ate in the shed close to the beach.

This is further down the road from Da Conch Shack in Blue Hills.

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3  Thank travelingbarrister
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Reviewed September 3, 2012

We asked out kite surf guy for the best local place to eat. Without even having to think about it, he said "Three Queens; get whatever fish is on the menu and don't think of leaving without the mac and cheese." ALWAYS ask a local about where to eat, they KNOW! The fish was as fresh as you can get, wonderfully spiced, flaky and the best we had on the island. Rice and peas were great, mac and cheese as good as promised. We sat on the porch and just watched as life passed by with a Corona, had an interesting talk about politics with some Belongers. Miss Martha came out to say hello, she is a very warm and friendly woman. WE HIGHLY recomend this great place. It is nice to know you can get amazing food and help a family business on the island. Oh, great prices, too!

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4  Thank terri m
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Reviewed August 13, 2012

so after a long bumpy ride from amanyara hotel my husband was extremely hungry & we were both tired and grumpy, our wallet was also extremely light from an obscene rape of our money. I'm embarrassed to say how much we spent on 3 drinks a few horrid french fries & 3 tiny shrimp. so we pass 3 queens & hesitate. Oh man am I so glad we stopped. I was also fighting a bad cold, sore throat ect & felt like I had been pummeled. After having some of Martha's fish, Mac & cheese, sweet plantains & a rum punch from next door I was practically a new person. To too it off we did not have enough cash & she refused to let us leave to go to the bank. this patron saint even lent US money so we could pay for the drinks next door. Needless to say we will be returning tomorrow with a massive tip & not to mention to get more of that make me feel good home cooking

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5  Thank poppaswife
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