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    Best Restaurant

    What Restaurant is not to be missed?

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    check out this link for many suggestions.
    If you had to pick three...
    Last edited by Andrea J.; 11-13-2011 at 09:39 AM.

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    Sunset Grill or Dinner by Torchlight at the Radisson

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgmouse View Post
    Sunset Grill or Dinner by Torchlight at the Radisson
    For the dinner by torchlight, do they allow you to choose what time to eat dinner or is there a set arrival time?

    When we were there in June there were still a lot of people on the beach around where the tables were set up.

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    We have had Dinner by Torchlight the past two years when we were in Aruba. You do have to make reservations ahead of time. I usually do it online months before we go. If I remember correctly you could not make a reservation before 630PM. Everytime we have had dinner on the beach there were only 2 tables of guest and this year we renewed our vows on the beach and then had dinner after taking pictures with the photographer and we were the only table. I do not think they do more than three tables in one night. There are not people coming and going. You are the only ones for the night at that table. Both times food was outstanding and staff of two gentlemen we just the best. Very relaxing and enjoyable. By the way there were no guest on the beach by the time we were seated for dinner. Also, you make your choices for you meal when you make the reservation. We will be back at the Radisson in July and hope to do this again. Try it one time and you will keep going back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jojo4103 View Post
    What Restaurant is not to be missed?
    IMO....Barefoot.

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    Barefoot is great, MJ's is always great, and try Amuse Bistro. Also, try Wacky Wahoo if you want really fresh seafood at a fair price, although kind of crowded and noisy.

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    Thanks for the suggestions so far we are going to Passions and MJ my husban would love the Wacky Wahoo. Do they only serve fish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jojo4103 View Post
    Do they only serve fish?
    http://wackywahoo.com/html/menu.html

    http://www.aruba.com/thingstodo/restaurants/wacky_wahoo.aspx

    "ABOUT WACKY WAHOO

    Owners Harald and Rossanna Rudel are the talented couple that own and operate Wacky Wahoo. The menu boasts fresh fish caught that morning from the sparkling clear waters off the Aruban coast, and imported Argentine meats, hand-selected by the chef. The herbs, spices and traditional ingredients of the Caribbean are combined with the knowledge and skill of a European-trained chef. Aruban dishes are infused with a touch of Spain or Portugal. A truly unique blend of Caribbean and international styles and ingredients will leave your belly full, your taste buds in awe and your dining psyche blissfully content. Fresh catch of the day can be wahoo, red snapper, grouper or mahi-mahi, prepared as you like it by the owner-chef on abundant, beautifully-presented platters. Located in walking distance of the high-rise hotels."

    Last edited by Arubalisa; 11-14-2011 at 12:26 PM.

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