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Graceway Gourmet, Providenciales
(4.5/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Avoid expensive resort prices at Graceway Gourmet. The store supplies premade microwavable food, frozen goods, produce, as well as beverages including wine, beer, and water. The modern store features an open design--items are stacked low so that you may quickly find what you're looking for. Arrange to visit Graceway Gourmet and other attractions in Providenciales using our Providenciales itinerary builder.
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  • What a great supermarket! If you can’t find it here, you don’t need it. We used it heavily during our recent stay for water, laundry detergent, juices, fresh fruit, baked goodies and the hot food bar....  more »
  • Clean, good hours, good products. Enjoyed shopping here for wine, beer, snacks and the odd main meal. The ONLY downside and not their fault was no alcohol sales on Sunday! 
  • Hard to find all the things you are used to in the states, but most of it is available here. Problem? It's all pretty expensive (as most things are on the island0. Still, there are pretty much only tw...  more »
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  • Best grocery store we found on the island. Pre made food is of good quality. Conch fritter and jerk chicken pasta salad were delightful. Decent prices on everything.
  • The prices compared to the States are high...but that's to be expected. The majority of the food stocked has to be imported. The prices here aren't any higher compared to other stores on the island. The store is very nice. Aside from groceries there is a coffee bar, prepared foods area/deli and all the basic groceries you might need, and then some. For a small supermarket, they get a surprising amount of stuff in there without crowding the place. Great option to save a few bucks over eating out for every meal.
  • I spent 200 dollars on what would cost me $40 back home.. even though I kept it basic and try to shop cheap as possible to last me 5days. this little bit of food.. 4pk roman noodles in a bag NOT cup, 1pk bacon, 1carton eggs 1 loaf bread, 1L soda, 2 cheapest juices, 4 cans chefs boyardee soup, 4 can tuna 1 mini size mayo, 1🍅, 1 head lettuce, 2 bag chips, 1pk turkey slices for sandwich and 1 box special K priced $10. ((OH)) AND MY MILK.... SPOIL SOUR! When I open it back at my room , Let's not forget a taxie to the market cost us $45 bucks 5min ride . TERRIBLE RIP OFF
  • The store is bright and clean. Everything you'd expect to find it available. Prices are naturally high, but inline with the rest of the island. Hot prepare food available too!
  • In our first day in Provo we decided to get some groceries to have Breakfast at our villa. As soon as we walked inside the store it surprised me the organized and clean that the store was. Prices not as good but ok to be an island. The selection of wines is really good. FYI: they dont sell alcohol on sundays.