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    Junior Member Fran-Fran's Avatar
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    Where to Eat a good Seafood meal???

    Coming to Aruba in May & want to try a new Restaurant any suggestions, Thanks!!

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    We prefer to patronize establishments without service charge, that said my suggestions are;

    Formal dining I always love yemanja in oranjjestad
    Informal zeerover in savaneta

    Ralph

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    Pinchos seafood skewers yum
    Marina pirada..seafood casserole yum

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    http://www.aruba.com/forum/tags/rest...20seafood.html

    http://www.aruba.com/forum/tags/marina%20pirata.html


    From my last review and I have attached a copy of their menu
    Marina Pirata is still one of our family’s favorites. This is our place to go for local flavor at a reasonable price with the added bonus of dining outdoors on the water.

    Luckily we had made a reservation almost two weeks prior to arriving, requesting a table on the dock next to the water. When we arrived, the restaurant was full with locals. It was worth the price of a phone call from the states when we saw that there was one table still available, it was next to the water on the dock as requested, and it was ours. We were the only tourists there until we were about half way through our meal when another family sat down for dinner.

    Only in Aruba would you see it. Dh couldn't believe it when a party of three was seated next to us and they almost immediately after being seated received their entrees. Little did he know? Dh had had his back to them when they were seated at their original table. Being full, the manager had asked the party of three who were sitting at a table for four to move to another smaller table so that they could accommodate the family of five who had just arrived.


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    fish like wahoo, barracuda, etc, wackey wahoo..
    for a good lobster tail, pago pago in the westin and chalet suisse.

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    You gave me many choices Thanks

    Thanks guys for all the good places,I can't wait to get there, the count down has begun!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJ Ralph View Post
    We prefer to patronize establishments without service charge, that said my suggestions are;

    Formal dining I always love yemanja in oranjjestad
    Informal zeerover in savaneta

    Ralph

    Why does the service charge bother you? I never really considered in when making any decisions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulmorin View Post
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    WW is our favorite too. Reservations are a must.
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