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One cannot leave Aruba without experiencing the authentic Aruban culture, cuisine and hospitality of The Old Cunucu House. One of the first restaurants to feature traditional island dishes when they opened their doors over 25 years ago; their reputation for quality in every aspect still makes it a “must do” on veteran vacationers dining list.

Palm Beach 150

Phone: +297 586-1666


Open daily from 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm


Red Fish is Aruba’s new hottest no frills seafood restaurant. It’s just the sort of casual eatery everyone seeks out but can be hard to find. They focus on fresh quality food. Brought to you by Herby Merryweather, local fisherman and founder of world-famous Driftwood Restaurant, you’re certain to get the freshest fish and seafood. They also offer chicken satés and a delicious 6-oz. filet mignon, all reasonably priced. Get in the swim to Red Fish, a casual dining experience that is in a class by itself.

Orange Plaza

Tuesday to Sunday: 11:30 am to 10:00 pm
Lunch:                      11:30 am - 5:00 pm
Dinner:                     5:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Mondays Closed

Papiamento Restaurant an Aruban tradition

Swifts of spices and aromas, soft music, muffled laughter and the clinking sound of glasses and cutlery, all combine to make the dining experience at Papiamento Restaurant a total delight for the senses. But Papiamento Restaurant, considered one of the top culinary destinations in the Caribbean, is more than that.

Washington 61

Phone:  +297 586-4544

Monday to Saturday: 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm