bugaloo’s / providenciales

i love how they have rearranged this place, where most people didn’t even know there was such a beautiful site. we come to five cays once in a while, for the banana bread at liz bakery or the lobsters at provo seafood, and we like it because it is so un-touristic.

we’ve been to bugaloo’s a couple of times, first when it opened last year, and then again last week. they keep turtles and bunnies, so kids always have a good time looking around.

conch is their speciality, but last time we tried the cracked lobster and i tell you, it is so, so good. i think the restaurant has been busier than they thought it would, so service can be slow, just make sure you are not in a hurry when coming here. i like it that you meet locals, residents and tourists all in one place too.

for more information, check bugaloo’s facebook page.

a few new food spots in provo

it’s the first weekend in january and we’re excited to try out a few new places on island, like 1) LE BOUCHON DU VILLAGE, open for lunch and dinner, the new french bistro opened last week, it has an amazing atmosphere and i hear the steak au poivre is amazing. 2) BUGALOO’S CONCH CRAWL, the new local food restaurant by the beach in five cays, the setting is beautiful, opened late last year. 3) LUPO, the new italian i can’t wait to try for their pizza, due to open next week. 4) STIX, the new grace bay club’s pop up bar by the beach.

i was talking to a friend and telling her how lucky i am that since we moved on island so many new places have opened. since i love food and eating out so much, having restaurant choices is really important for me – what can i say!

happy weekend!!

ps.  i took this picture of a turtle “popping-up” at the turtle cove marina, on this day.