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    We love Ricardo's for breakfast. For dutch pancakes, like others have said Diana's or Linda's.

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    I like Taste of Belgium for breakfast at the Palm Beach Mall.

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    We love Salt and Pepper for breakfast. Also agree with Linda's Pancakes or the Dutch Pancake House.

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    Thank you all so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arubabob View Post
    We always eat breakfast at least once at Matthews. We also like Deli France.
    Sadly, Deli France has closed.

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    We have free breakfast each morning at Bucuti and it is hearty, so we only do that now. I really liked Linda's Pancakes as well, but we had lunch there only. We ordered a pancake to share for dessert with the strop and rum and cocunut. Very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz - Aruba Lover View Post
    Sadly, Deli France has closed.
    Say it isn't so. We loved that place. Any reason?

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    Senior Member Liz - Aruba Lover's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by arubabob View Post
    Say it isn't so. We loved that place. Any reason?
    From Rona Costner:

    A sign of the times: DeliFrance closed its doors

    I know two people on the planet that are potentially upset by the closing of DeliFrance on the boulevard: The writer of this column and Warren Stanley, of De Palm Tours.

    I went to DeliFrance for its bread, when the cravings for carbs, heaped with Filet Americain, capers and mayo, possessed me. Warren went to DeliFrance because of its proximity to his office.

    Looking back at the situation, we all have to admit that as soon as SuperFood moved up the boulevard, also offering a shopping plaza, the old neighborhood around Sun Plaza lost its appeal. Then the Green Corridor hermetically blocked the access from the main drag, preventing spontaneous walkins from veering off the highway, into the lunch-room. Then paid parking was introduced, then the government started digging. They did not say why, they did not say for how long. They just tore up the strip, keeping a more off than on work schedule. It took about three month to completely dry the stream of diners to DeliFrance, and when the business died, Riccardo Solci, decided to close it.
    The construction company, he says, has no sense of urgency, they have all the time in the world, in total disregard of business, suffering from the dugout, dusty street, with stalled heavy equipment everywhere.

    So thatís it. The well-established lunch-room with the addictive bread, since 2006, is looking for new owners. By the way, the original DeliFrance concept is hard to maintain because of considerable difficulties in importing the part-baked, and ready-to-bake goods. But whatís there is very attractive, a turn-key operation and it would work well with the right concept, providing the government concludes the rainwater drainage project in front.

    A restaurant in that location would be well served as a Pollo Tropicale for example, if the new owners figure out a drive thru window. Anyone interested?


    Posted on May 17, 2016Author RonaCategories 8am buzz

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    Definitely check out the buffet at the Hyatt. The best!!

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    Breakfast is very important!
    Jacks cafe is where we fueled up for the day

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