April 14, 2024

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Where To Eat In Aruba

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From small, family restaurants to modern bars on the beach, Aruba has its fair share of delicious restaurants for every occasion. Whether you are looking for a fancy dinner before a night out on the town or a more casual stop for snacks between outdoor adventures, Aruba has what you need to keep your family happy and healthy during your vacation.

From local cuisine featuring fresh ingredients grown and caught around the island to international dishes inspired by Aruba’s colorful history, you’ll never lack for a great meal.

For a casual, family friendly and inexpensive dining environment head to Amadeus Restaurant where you will find great food, lots of laughs and karaoke at 10pm on Saturday nights. True to its name Amadeus Restaurant plays classic music while you dine and also features live bands throughout the week. You can find Amadeus’ chef and owner whipping up new dishes using fresh ingredients from around the island most nights of the week! Prices range from $20-35 USD. Amadeus is closed on Mondays and opens between 5:30-10pm the rest of the week.

The Tango Argentine Grill is another fun casual dining environment where you will find out just how good fresh Argentinean beef can be. The international and Argentinian themed menu gives diners the choice of many different dishes that will appeal to the taste buds of even the pickiest of eaters. Kids will love the menu with items made especially for them and adults will appreciate the extensive wine menu. Main courses cost between $23-$35 USD.

For a fine dining experience head to Carambola near Eagle Beach. Carambola features international cuisine with Caribbean favorites thrown into the diverse menu, which features dishes guaranteed to be enjoyed by everyone who walks through the doors. The award winning chefs at Carambola have daily specials using ingredients from around Aruba and are constantly updating the menu with new and exciting options. Sit on the patio on a warm day and enjoy Carambola’s wine menu in addition to an extraordinary Caribbean sunset!

Diners should expect to pay around $25.00- $40.00 USD for a delicious dinner. Carambola is open for dinner Tuesday-Sunday between 5:30 and 10:30 in the evening.

Passions on the Beach is another great fine dining spot guaranteed to put the romance back into your Aruban vacation. Head over to Passions on the Beach for dinner and watch the sun set over the ocean, a gorgeous end to another fine day of adventuring in Aruba. This restaurant has a variety of seafood dishes that will appeal to food lovers around the world. Passions on the Beach is open for lunch from noon until 4:30pm and reopens for dinner between 6pm and 9:30pm. The beach bar remains open between 10am and 11pm. Diners can expect to pay around $19.50-$50.00 USD on average.

There are few things better than an Aruban restaurant. No matter where you go on the island you’ll always find a great place to eat in Aruba!

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