The Marine Room is one of Providenciales’ newest fine dining restaurants, and is located on the west side of Grace Bay overlooking the Bight Beach. It specializes in serving seafood and gourmet fare, and is an excellent choice for large groups, families, or couples. The restaurant has an elevated dining atmosphere, and a great view of the north shore off Providenciales.
Owned by restaurateur Ryan Jones and serving the creations of its Executive Chef, Dennis Rey Omega, The Marine Room offers a seafood-rich menu of Mediterranean fare in an open, warm, and welcoming space. It’s open for breakfast and dinner, offering a grab and go breakfast service in the morning, and fine dining in the evening.
Think beachfront luxury with a mid-century modern flare. Serving dishes from the bounty of the north Atlantic waters that surround the Turks and Caicos Islands, The Marine Room focuses on offering a lively and experiential dining experience that combines luxury with approachability. Outdoors, you’ll find an open wooden pergola bordered by lush palms, while indoors, you can settle into a cozy booth while indulging in delicately presented and diverse dishes.
Hence the name, The Marine Room’s specialty is seafood. Their Mediterranean dinner menu offers first and main courses that incorporate both local ocean species and fresh imported seafood, including tuna, conch, swordfish, grouper, calamari, lobster, mussels, and seabass.
Some of their most inspired first-course items are their Tuno Duo, made from tartar, tiradito, guacamole and mango caviar, and their swordfish crudio, made from white soy, lemon oil, capers, shallot, and local samphire. For the main course, their taglioni allo scoglio, a pasta dish that combines lobster, mussels, shrimp, calamari, and crostini, offers a rich mix of seafood species. For vegetarians, their dinner menu also includes fresh, meatless options like burrata, heirloom tomato carpaccio, and truffle gnocchi. The Marine Room also has a kids menu, which features penne pasta, chicken piccata, and grilled grouper.
The restaurant’s robust menu of more than 30 wines includes sparkling wines and champagnes, reds, whites, rosés, and dessert wines from around the world. Most of their wines are from France, Italy, and California, with select vintages from Greece, Portugal, and Hungary. Champagne lovers will find Veuve Clicquot, Moet & Chandon, and Besserat De Bellefon on the wine list.
Restaurant sustainability is a practice whereby restaurants work to minimize their impact on the planet. The Marine Room is fully operated on solar electricity and is committed to composting, recycling, and supporting sustainable permaculture and farming to lower its carbon footprint. They’ve also incorporated locally grown ingredients into their menu, including key limes, moringa, mushrooms, tomatoes, and sea purslane.
Reservations are recommended, particularly for large groups. For reservations of 6 to 10 people, The Marine Room takes reservations by phone and online. They require extra notice for parties of 10 to 20, which they book online.