I had this post of advice on where to eat in Aruba and think I postponed it because I didn’t want to drool here! Kkk guys! Aruba surprised me a lot when it comes to gastronomy.
The cuisine is super diverse and of a high standard. It has everything in taste and price.
During the 4 days we were on the island, we saw some amazing restaurants. The evening of our arrival, we went to dinner at the Modern White Kitchen, where I ate one of the best fish of my life! The restaurant is located in a nice Palm Beach Plaza Mall, a really cool place to shop. Lunch the next day was at the same mall and we met the Taste of Belgium, where I had to taste the famous Belgian potatoes!
Modern white kitchen. http://www.whitecuisine.com
Taste of Belgium. http://www.tasteofbelgium.aw
On the second evening we encountered a wonderful tractor with an amazing sunset, but when we went it was already dark. La Trattoria El Faro BlancO it has a beautiful environment, lots of people and great food. Highlight for meat and seafood dishes.
The Trattoria El Faro Blanco. http://www.aruba-latrattoria.com
On the third day on the island, after the stand up paddle tour, we went directly to lunch at the hadicurari, a restaurant on the beach, no frills and very good, but I liked her husband’s dish more than mine, which was the grouper steak with vegetables. Then I found out that the grouper is the grouper. J
To end the trip with a golden key, we went to visit the trendy restaurant Howling eagles. What can I say ? Simply extraordinary! The service, the food, the ambiance, everything! I loved!
Howling eagles http://www.screaming-eagle.net
The post with all my advice from Aruba is HERE. It is a beautiful island that I will definitely come back to!
Ah! I recommend making reservations, especially for dinner.