Catch the real flavor of Aruba -- from street stalls to elegant dining rooms, paper plates to fine china, restaurants will be one of your best glimpses into the heart, soul and belly of life in Aruba. When dining at Fishes & More, it is difficult to discern which half of the restaurant's repertoire warrants the most attention, the "fishes" or the "more"? In terms of fish, they serve only the finest freshly caught seafood, presented according to the customer's wishes (choice of cooking styles, choice of sauce). The "more" refers to the bevy of steaks, schnitzels, pastas and specialty cocktails waiting in the wings.
A historic Aruba dining spot, Papiamento Restaurant has served award-winning Caribbean food in their 200-year-old cunucu (farm) home for almost 2 decades. Over the years, tables have spilled out from the thick-walled, antiques-filled interiors to the large fairy-lit palm garden. The Flying Fishbone beach side restaurant is perfect for a moonlit dinner in the old fishing village of Savaneta. Many tables line the rustic wooden deck and serene beach, and are so close to the sea that your feet may get wet. Swaying palm trees and starlight glittering in the sea are the stage for the restaurant's dramatically presented nouvelle cuisine. Visit these Aruba restaurants, loosen your belts, and dig in.
J.E. Irausquin Boulevard 370
Between Oranjestad and San Nicolas
L.G. Smith Boulevard 94
Royal Plaza Mall
Tierra del Sol Resort, Spa & Country Club Aruba
Irausquin Boulevard 374
Across from the Hyatt Hotel
Contemporary Cuisine in a Caribbean Setting...
Main St., San Nicolas (follow the signs)
J.E. Irausquin Blvd. 228
L.G. Smith Boulevard 82
LG Smith Boulevard 82
Renaissance Aruba Resort
Sasakiweg z/n Bubali
Miniature Golf, Italian Food and Harleys... read more
L. G. Smith Boulevard 477
Palm Beach 55
South Beach Building Loc. 33
J. E. Irasquin Blvd. 87
Across from the Hyatt
Playa Linda Beach Resort, Palm Beach