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Eat Scrumptiously at Ventanas Del Mar

What's New — By Lia Del Priore on September 24, 2010 at 8:09 pm

Upon arrival in the beautiful lands of Aruba, you’ll need to find some good food to tickle your palate.  Look no further than Ventanas del Mar, one of the best seafood restaurants around.  Grab your special someone and check out the romantic sunset amidst the beautiful dining room.  Views of the sunset over property are available at most of the tables in the restaurant, making the ambiance unparalleled.  The views of the surrounding resort are beautiful, featuring the bougainvillea and palm trees that line the property.  Full of local flavor, Ventanas Del Mar is a blend of traditional seafood dishes with a more creative modern cuisine.  Start your meal slow with a glass of wine or a house-made cocktail.  For an appetizer, the ahi tuna ceviche is delicious.  Drizzled with a citrus soy sauce, you’ll be sad if you miss this light but mouthwatering starter.  For a main course, don’t miss out on the chef’s signature dish, the crispy whole snapper served over a bed of stir-fried vegetables and topped with a ginger soy sauce.  Another popular dish is the Dutch mussels with saffron sauce.  If you’re having trouble choosing between seafood and meat, order the beef tenderloin and lobster tail tarragon dish.  This delicious dish ensures that you can have the best of both worlds.  If you’d like to end your day with a little adventure, order the chef’s special three-course adventure menu.  This menu changes according to what’s fresh and local, and is a fantastic choice for those who’d rather leave decisions in the hands of culinary experts.For dessert (and please, make sure you save some room), look no further than the mango scented coconut mousse.  If you’re traveling with children in toy, the ponche crema ice cream is out of this world and is a house specialty.  With so many delicious dishes to choose from, Ventanas Del Mar will quickly become one of your favorite seafood spots in Aruba!

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