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    i am unsure if the lavista menu that you posted for wednesday seafood is current.the price we paid was $50 +

    also too the grilled lobster tails are not on that menu.
    there was also salmon that was not on the menu.

    Quote Originally Posted by corona View Post
    Here's a link through Dine Aruba for La Vista (This is for Wed night. Saturday is also a seafood night.):

    http://dinearuba.com/La_Vista_Restau...od_Buffet.aspx

    You can also check out the other buffet menus for La Vista here:

    http://dinearuba.com/Palm_Beach_Restaurants_Aruba.aspx

    Kristin, according to the menu on the link, children under five are free, and children five to 12 are charged a reduced price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    i am unsure if the lavista menu that you posted for wednesday seafood is current.the price we paid was $50 +

    also too the grilled lobster tails are not on that menu.
    there was also salmon that was not on the menu.
    I'm glad you caught that, Andrea. I wonder if they've moved their Saturday "Seafood Extravaganza", or something similar to it, to Wednesday night. It's more in line with the price you paid, and it also has a grilling station.


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    corona, that is exactly it! (if you scroll down to entrees when we were there there was a beautiful baked salmon stuffed with crabmeat and an delicious honey mustard glaze.............and i am usually only so so about salmon)

    Marriott Aruba Resort
    L.G. Smith Blvd. - Palm Beach
    Telephone: + 297 520-6601

    Seafood Buffet Extravaganza

    Every Saturday 5:30-10:30 pm

    Price per person:

    Adults: $54.95; Kids (age 5-12) $27.48; Under age 5: Free

    Appetizers
    Selection of Ceviches
    Grilled Marinated Vegetable display
    Italian Cheese display
    Capresse display, Italian meats
    Cured pacific Salmon display, selection of fresh sushi

    Salads
    Orange Nicoise salad
    Arugula, Hearts of Palm and Avocado
    served with Grapefruit Wedges
    Grilled Calamari, accompanied by Spinach
    with Green Mango Ceviche and Mango Chutney
    Seasonal Field Greens
    Tropical Chips with Ranch & Blue Cheese Dip

    Cold Seafood Station
    Crab Legs, Oysters on the Half Shell
    Marinated Mussels, Cocktail Shrimp, Crab Claws

    Carving Station
    Garlic Spike Prime Rib Au Jus

    Soup Station
    Lobster Bisque
    Caribbean-Style Seafood Chowder

    Grill Station
    Caribbean Lobster
    Red Snapper papillot

    Pasta Station
    Fresh Seafood & Vegetables with Homemade Sauces

    Entrees
    Mahi-Mahi
    Sesame Crusted Tuna
    Filet Mignon with Wild Mushroom Ragout
    Chicken with “Poblano” Mole
    Roasted Vegetables
    Garlic Roasted Potatoes
    Seafood Risotto and Penne frutti di mare

    Desserts
    Chocolate Cake with Orange marmalade
    Pear Cheesecake, Kiwi mousse
    Strawberry millefeuille
    Tres Leches, Apple Flan caramel
    Fresh Berry compote with Heavy Cream
    Lemon Pie and walnut tart

    Menu items and prices are subject to change.

    QUOTE=corona;218392]I'm glad you caught that, Andrea. I wonder if they've moved their Saturday "Seafood Extravaganza", or something similar to it, to Wednesday night. It's more in line with the price you paid, and it also has a grilling station.


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    Last time we were at Giannis, they had huge lobsters in their tank. They said caribbean ones are larger than what we are used to in the states.

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