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    Senior Member ~Amy~'s Avatar
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    Restaurant Reviews from May 10-24

    Just posted some restaurant reviews at the following link:
    http://www.restaurantsaruba.com/last_reviews.html

    In a nutshell -

    Carte Blanche - still the most amazing food experience!!!

    Our favorites - Passions, Screaming Eagle, Madame Janette's, Amadeus, Pago Pago at the Westin

    Also good - Papillon, Pincho's, Rembrandts, Matthew's, Ellioti's

    Favorite casual places: Bingo's and Tulip

    Had lunch (a couple of appetizers and a couple of cold beers) at B55. Nice casual place to hang out and good food as well.

    The Kitchen - great take out place - inexpensive and freshly made food

    Lunch at the Bugaloe and Taste of Belgium - good as always

    Had a glass of wine at Dos Locos - looked at their menu and talked to the people there. Very casual, local place - open for B/L/D or take-out. Good prices and relaxed atmosphere. Will try their food on the next trip.

    Our only food "clunker" was a take-out pizza at Pizza Bob's. I think we're officially done with going there now - more details in my trip report which should be posted any day now.
    ~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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    Carte Blanche question

    Read great things about this restaurant and know it's expensive. Can you tell me cost to expect here? We're headed there in 5 days (!) for 1st Aruba trip, looking at making some reservations. Thanks! Rene'

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    Senior Member Arubalisa's Avatar
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    Carte Blanche
    http://www.aruba.com/forum/tags/carte%20blanche.html

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


    From ~Amy~
    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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