egéo TCI Greek Restaurant is an upscale Mediterranean dining experience serving fresh seafood, clams, oysters, whole fish and more. Join us for dinner in Grace Bay, Providenciales.
Delicious food and great place to celebrate our anniversary. Splurged and ordered the lobster pasta for two. Quite tasty but next time we will get the lobster pasta for one and also get their other mixed seafood pasta dish, as that also looked incredible (Fisherman’s Pasta). Had grape leaves and spicy feta for apps and also Loukoumades for dessert (huge portion!). The cocktails were delicious and well made (strong!).
Excellent Mediterranean restaurant. Owners are wonderful. Worth a visit while on the island, really holds up to any greek style restaurant you have been to. The drinks are very creative with a lot of depth. Highly recommend.
This restaurant is a home away home! The decors and the ambiance is amazing. The food was amazing and I mean amazing. It’s identical to Mediterranean cuisine. Would come here all the time hands down
This place didn’t have any reviews so I was unsure about it but found out that’s because they only opened two weeks ago! I tried the food there and everything was amazing. The set up, staff, decor, and the food was phenomenal. Everyone was so friendly. I’m from wisconsin so I know good food so you can trust this review ;) I’ll be coming back!
TL;DR: delicious food, very expensive for small quantities
We decided to try Egeo as it was recommended by a family friend, and we were not disappointed by the quality and freshness of food, and great service. However for the high price, I would have expected more quantity. We ordered 3 dips for $24, and it came with one tiny bowl of pitas which was nowhere near enough to enjoy the dips (they were quite stingy- it looked like one 6” pita cut into a few triangles.) Then they charged us $3 for additional bowls of pita - seriously? I also ordered the scallops, and while they were delicious and well-seared, only came with 4 scallops for $48. Glasses of wine started at $18 while other restaurants nearby had glasses of wine in the $14-15 range. I understand they must pay a hefty sum to have the seafood flown in from the Mediterranean daily, but then at the very least they should be more transparent about their pricing and actually include a menu with current prices on their website so visitors can make an informed decision about dining there.
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