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    So many resturants....

    OK after reading multiple threads I'm kind of confused on where to go on our 6 day trip. We leave in 13 days. So I'm starting my own thread for where we should go. We are staying at the Marriott Surf Aruba and have a rental.

    It appears Mme J's is a must. Was thinking Sunset Grille, Wacky Wahoo and Old man and Sea. Anyone I should replace?

    Also, will I need to make reservations for any?

    THKs
    Last edited by xconcepts; 06-14-2012 at 01:08 PM.

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    You should add Barefoot and Chalet Suise! Reservations should be made especially for sunset dinners.

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    Sounds like you're off to a great start! We all have our favorites and you will too! We've all received guidance from the forum. Generally if the majority of the posts are favorable... it's a great bet! Here's a link that may help your decision making:

    http://www.restaurantsaruba.com/

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    Ok, so I've reserved Barefoot and Passions for 2 nights, planning on Mme J's another and sunset at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xconcepts View Post
    It appears Mme J's is a must. Was thinking Sunset Grille, Wacky Wahoo and Old man and Sea. Anyone I should replace?

    Also, will I need to make reservations for any?

    THKs
    A friend emailed me she just had a great dinner at the Sunset Grille. For something comparable you could also consider Windows on Aruba, Papillon or LG Smith.

    Old Man and the Sea? Will you have a rental car? Otherwise it is a hefty taxi fare.

    Our last trip, the stand out restaurants were Barefoot, Passions, Papillon and Amadeus.

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    if you are looking for something inexpensive, local and tasty and very laid back....B55 is a great spot. if is located about 3 miles past the airport.

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    If you have a car, Amadeus is a great meal, nice atmosphere and not expensive. If you want a fantastic meal AND experience AND money is no object - Carte Blanche. You would need to make a reservation immediately. Check out the reviews on this forum and also Trip Advisor:

    http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restauran...ach_Aruba.html

    Thankfully, it's hard to make a bad choice with so many great options.

    Enjoy.

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