Beaches Turks and Caicos Expands Popular Restaurant

Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa recently announced its popular Teppanyaki-style eatery, Kimonos, has been expanded to allow additional seating for more than 93 guests in the dining room. 

This Zen-inspired dining option offers a unique table-side dining experience for clients. The outdoor Sushi Bar was also expanded to accommodate more seating for guests to enjoy freshly prepared sushi.
“Our Teppanyaki restaurants are some of the most popular across the Sandals and Beaches brands, providing both delicious meals and an interactive dining experience," said Adam Stewart, CEO for Sandals Resorts International, in a written release. "And with Sushi bars becoming so commonplace in the everyday lives of our guests, they have come to expect and request this dining option for their vacation as well.  Our expansion at Beaches Turks & Caicos allows us to provide all of our guests with the amenities and dining choices they are looking for during their stay with us.”      


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