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RESTAURANT REVIEW way can you pair so many flavours to one particular wine. You could probably come close if you were having a nice, young Pinot Noir, because the spices are there, but noth-ing like a Lucky Buddha.” It was perfect with the meal. Half rice and half barley makes this brew light and flavourful, with nice body. “Generally, non-beer drinkers love it.” Ajay admitted. Case in point, as my devout wine enthusiasts across the table eagerly agreed to another round. The plates were bare, apart from a few skillfully and artistically cut vegetable garnishes. While recollecting and summarising this evening’s delicious odyssey, Ajay talked a bit of Thai. “A very distinct flavour, different from what we were experiencing this night. We do really good Thai food. The Green Curry is phenomenal. Minced chicken with beans, very, very good.” Also recommended, Thai-style lobster with sweet basil, or the celebrated Peking Duck. This very popular dish takes a total of 20 hours preparation, with seven hours in the smoker. Share in Dim Sum, bite-size Cantonese treats served the tradition-al way in a steamer basket or Momos, a tasty, stuffed dumpling that's a popular native fast food in Nepal. Dessert was lusciously sweet and decadent, with Lychees served over ice cream and a Date & Coconut Cigar Roll. The ‘Cigar Rolls’ were undeniably addictive. Think a dessert spring roll stuffed with smoldering sweetness and drizzled with a delightfully sweet and sticky rose sauce. CIGAR ROLLS With four restaurants now in their culinary repertoire, there is no doubt that owners Chris and Sarah Haggie have contributed significantly to not only developing the restaurant scene on Providenciales, but also to developing its culinary diversity. If vari-ety is the spice of life, it certainly is our good fortune to enjoy Garam Masala, Chopsticks, The Vix and most recently, Solana! This new and exciting dining experience features two Japanese Teppanyaki Grills and a Sushi Bar. With the Turks and Caicos Islands as your destination and din-ing as your destiny, you're in for an abundance of luck! I Experience a wide variety of beer from the Island’s ONLY Local Craft Brewery! BREWERY TOURS & TASTINGS AVAILABLE MONDAY to FRIDAY at 11AM-1PM-3PM SHIRTS -GLASSES -BEER TO GO Located at 52 Universal Drive Providenciales Industrial Park (SEE MAP #91) tours@turksheadbeer.com | 649-941-3637 ext #1005 Visit the Turks & Caicos Islands at www.WhereWhenHow.com MAY/JUNE 2017 • • • • • 115

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