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    Three Casa Tua Restaurants

    I had always thought of CT as a Spanish restaurant (never been there) until I spoke with a friend while on vacation earlier this year. He insisted it is an Italian restaurant. Now I read here that they make maybe the best pizza on the island.

    Curiosity drove me to their website only to learn that there are THREE Casa Tua Restaurants.

    Having read all the positive reviews of their pizzas, I now wonder about the other two restaurants.

    How do you review the Barcelona and Mediterranean locations?

    http://www.casatuaaruba.com/

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    i have read NOTHING but POSITIVE glowing reviews for the Casa Tuas.

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    Its a no brainer when it comes to Casa Tua...you win at all locations. Been to all except the new one at the Renn marketplace. All are outstanding. When in Aruba we manage to get to Barcelona and the one at the high rises. WIN WIN !

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    the one dowtown isone of our fav places to eat! we can get an app and an amazing pizza oh and a few mojito's for around $50. and always a mojito to go!

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    All are our favorites, love the pizza.

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    We hit the one downtown for lunch today and we were both impressed. Right up there with the best pizza I've ever had.

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    We ate at Casa Tua Mediterranean in December and were very pleasantly surprised. We had a greek appetizer and pizza... We would go back anytime. Prices are reasonable - people are friendly and food is good.
    -Eric, Karen and Mia-
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    Victor Nataf (the owner of Casa Tua) and his staff do a wonderful job at all 4 locations (yes, there are 4) - it is usually our first night quick dinner every trip to Aruba. Their thin crust pizza is the common signature item at all four locations but each has a unique twist of flavors. Arawok Plaza (where we eat most frequently) is the original location and features more traditional Italian fare. The downtown location behind the Renaissance hotel is Casa Tua Barcelona and features tapas style dining. The Palm Beach Plaza location is Mediterranean style with Morrocan influences in many of the menu items. Their newest location, in the Renaissance Marketplace, is closer to the original Italian influcence. Why mess with a successful formula.

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    Senior Member Arubalisa's Avatar
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    I have to say, I emailed them today in regards to a question I had and they replied within a few hours. Impressive!

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    I have eaten at the original one several times, excellent pizza. They now have early bird specials 19.99 ,3 course meal.

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