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Thread: Nos Clubhouse

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    Nos Clubhouse

    This is an often overlooked gem that can be found upstairs from Hadicurai, between the Marriott Surf Club and Moomba Beach.
    I would consider this a lunch, or quick bite type place, but you definitely could make dinner happen here too.
    We enjoyed the view and the reggae music. The service was attentive without being overbearing.

    We both had catch if the day platters. This included a nice size piece of Wahoo, seasoned and seared to perfection. We also had rice, plantains, a few bites of fresh salad, and the bread that is like a cornbread, but the name escapes me. All of this for $17.50. That was one of the most expensive items on the menu. There was a beef stew that looked pretty good too, but I wanted fresh fish.

    I loved this place and it will become a regular stop for us.

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    was the cornbread thing Funchi?

    glad you had good wahoo!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    was the cornbread thing Funchi?

    glad you had good wahoo!!!
    Pan bat I think is the name, something like that.

    Here is the link to their site. They have signs that say Nos Clubhouse and others say Nos Clubhuis
    http://www.nosclubhuisaruba.com/

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    pan bati!
    delicious

    Quote Originally Posted by Traceyd14 View Post
    Pan bat I think is the name, something like that.

    Here is the link to their site. They have signs that say Nos Clubhouse and others say Nos Clubhuis
    http://www.nosclubhuisaruba.com/

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    Their happy hour is limited but the view and a bite during the late afternoon timeframe is very reasonable. They also host the lion fish festival.



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    Thanks Tracey, I think we could easily walk there from Playa Linda. I believe this is in the area we went to board the Black Pearl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue M. View Post
    Thanks Tracey, I think we could easily walk there from Playa Linda. I believe this is in the area we went to board the Black Pearl.
    Yes Sue, it is a very easy walk.

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    We've been going there for years when they first opened and never miss a few stops there on every trip for drinks and/or a bite to eat. A few years ago they re-positioned the bar to the middle (instead of on the side) and added a lot more shade so it's much more accommodating now. They also serve lionfish whenever it's available.
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    Amy, I definitely remembered your reviews of this place. It's a great recommendation for cruisers looking for a local feel but still want the action at Palm Beach. Our friends went in January during their cruise stop. We tried to go to the Lionfish fundraiser last year but it was sold out. The bar and tables are arranged nicely.

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