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    Senior Member ~Amy~'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by seattlegrrl1 View Post
    I went to make my reservation and they are booked out to May 18! Looks like we have a reason to go back to Aruba after we finish this upcoming trip!
    WOW!

    I'm glad we made our reservations quite a bit in advance then. We made reservations for May 17th about a month ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stinky2 View Post
    Can anyone give me an approximate cost of a 5 and 4 course meal per person? With and without wine pairing?!
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    They serve a 4 or 5 course menu, which includes a welcome drink and a amuse-bouche. The price for the 4 course is $59.00 and for the 5 course $ 69.00. For an additional cost they do a wine pairing which starts for the 4 course menu at $35.00 and for the 5 course $43.00. They also have a full bar and bottles/glasses of wine to purchase, too.

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    When we were there (March 31st); our bill was $268 of which $128 was listed for the 5 course wine pairing for 2 people. The food pricing was on target for what I had seen posted, but the wine price was higher than expected. A few days later, I wondered if I had misread the bill and that there had been a service charge? If that was the case they got a very generous tip. I assume, however, that the wine pairings probably vary depending on the selection of wines served. In any event, I thoroughly enjoyed the evening, especially the Belgium chocolate brownie with chocolate mousse; chocolate cigar and fresh strawberry.

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    Carte Blanche

    Has anyone eaten there ???...its at the windmill. Tried to get in when we were there last time. We stopped by there, the owner and chef gave us a little tour of the place, we gave our names, hoping for a call. I'll try again to get in.

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    We ate there twice - once in Jan. and once in May. Loved it! It's not cheap but it's a great dining experience. If you like to try new things and don't mind being there all night eating, drinking, talking about food and wine, etc. then you'll enjoy the evening.
    ~Amy~ - 35th trip to Aruba: New Years Eve 2017/2018 -- Zihuatanejo, MX: March 2018 -- Ireland: June/July 2018 -- 36th trip to Aruba: Sept. 2018




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    It's just the best dining experience we've ever had. We got there at 7:20 and left at midnight and enjoyed every minute and every one of the five courses and wine pairings. As long as Dennis keeps it open, we'll keep going.

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    Carte Blanche

    Just made my reservations for Carte Blanche, I just hope we can get in. I'll keep my fingers crossed.

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    Carte Blanche???

    I am curious to try it! Ive heard it's very expensive... But how expensive is very expensive for Aruba restaurants??? Also, how was the food/ your experience?
    Thanks in advance for the info.

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    aruba.com/forum/f12/looking-new-restaurants-try-48991/#post192483

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    They serve a 4 or 5 course menu, which includes a welcome drink and a amuse-bouche. The price for the 4 course is $59.00 and for the 5 course $ 69.00. For an additional cost they do a wine pairing which starts for the 4 course menu at $35.00 and for the 5 course $43.00. They also have a full bar and bottles/glasses of wine to purchase, too.

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    my wife and I did the 5 course and wine pairings. $360 with tip. Well worth it.

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