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    Restaurant Spotlight~~ Salt and Pepper~~ Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    http://saltandpepperaruba.com

    Sorry to say wehave never been there for anything other than breakfast and that was many years ago!

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    Senior Member cpjones's Avatar
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    Love.... love.... love Salt and Pepper for lunch. It's a short walk from the Radisson, great service and inexpensive tapas for a light lunch. Oh yeah, really cold Amstel Brights too. We've brought a number of S & P shakers from home that are on display. The S & P shakers get DW a free glass of wine! Highly recommended for lunch but have never tried for breakfast or dinner.

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    Senior Member Traceyd14's Avatar
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    We had grouper paninis for breakfast there. It was a nice option. Their breakfast menu has pretty much anything you would want want for a traditional breakfast. We liked that it was open at 8am every morningand the service was great.
    Not sure when, but we will be back

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    Senior Member Pegmeister's Avatar
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    Salt & Peoper is the one restaurant we seem to go back to every trip. It's perfect for those days when you don't know what you're in the mood for or just aren't that hungry. They have a large variety of tapas which makes it nice to sit and eat as much or as little as you want. We like to sit at the bar inside as the staff interacts with the customers and it's very relaxed. Sometimes we just go in for dessert. This trip when we stayed at the Radisson we walked over for breakfast and ate outside. It has been enjoyable each and every visit.

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    Senior Member WaltVB's Avatar
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    We also enjoy S&P for tapas at dinner. The choices are great and very reasonably priced, and we love their sangria. We've never been for breakfast however.

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    We have breakfast there on our last day prior to heading to the airport. Salt and Pepper is also our goto place for a midnight snack. Great place for some cheap vittles after most of the other kitchens close.











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    Senior Member cindyo's Avatar
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    Love this place... Every year I say I am going to bring S and P shakers there and leave them.
    I think they give you something if you do that, bit I cant remember what.
    cheap eats and good. We bought the coffee cups from there and brought home 4 .

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    Senior Member cpjones's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyo View Post
    Love this place... Every year I say I am going to bring S and P shakers there and leave them.
    I think they give you something if you do that, bit I cant remember what.
    cheap eats and good. We bought the coffee cups from there and brought home 4 .
    Don't forget them for next trip..... they're good for a free glass of Sangria.....!

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