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    Senior Member SanNic44's Avatar
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    Apr 2008

    Daystar Cafe, Breakfast

    Stopped in to the Daystar Cafe for breakfast today. This is a local joint in Savaneta, located behind the General Store. There is a miniature old truck out front along the main highway with the Daystar Sign on it. Very easy to see.

    I had a loaded omelete as did Mrs. 44. Both were very good and reasonably priced. Service is excellent and prompt. They have a menu of the day, usually a local type dish for lunch like Nasi Goreng and a North American style item as well. Then there are the regular sandwiches, wraps, and fruit platters. They all looked darn good and I'll be mowing through them one at a time over the next visits.

    This place is convenient on the way to and from Baby Beach. Most items can be taken out, including the ice-cold Coca-Cola. If you're looking for some quality food, give it a try.

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    Bon dia.

    Aruba's Novelist in Residence (sometimes)

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    Senior Member ~Amy~'s Avatar
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    May 2007
    We stopped there in May and also enjoyed a nice lunch. Stefan & Milca (owners of Matthew's, Rembrandt, and DaVinci) own it. Would not have known about it had I not run into Stefan who told me to stop by and say hello to Milca when I was in the neighborhood.

    Menu at the following link:
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