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    Question Divi & Tamarijn Restaurants

    Hi we'll be staying at the Tamarijn all-inclusive
    i was just wondering which of the restaurants/snak bars is better for each meal for kids(aged 11/13/15)
    BREAKFAST
    LUNCH
    DINNER
    SNAKS.

    Thankyou
    andreamay

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    BREAKFAST
    Cunucu Terrace Buffet http://diviaruba.com/menus/cunucu_terrace.html is right there at the Tamarijn. The Pelican Restaurant at the Divi also serves breakfast and is a little bit more upscale, but I doubt the kids would care. Meaning it would probably not be worth it to them to walk or ride the golf cart down to the Divi just to eat breakfast (or lunch for that matter).
    LUNCH
    Same options as above or Pizza per Tutti, more details below.
    DINNER
    Sit down ala carte restaurants:

    The Red Parrot restaurant At the Divi All Inclusive
    " features fine cuisine and attentive service for dinner only in either an indoor, air-conditioned setting or on the beachside outdoor terrace." http://diviaruba.com/menus/red_parrot_menu.html


    We like all of the ala carte restaurants at the Divi/Tamarijn but the Red Parrot (above) is our favorite.

    All below at the Tamarijn:

    Paparazzi Restaurant Bar and Lounge
    "a favorite for dinner, serves classic Italian foods and select wines in an intimate setting." http://diviaruba.com/menus/paparazzi.html

    Ginger Asian-fusion restaurant
    "featuring air-conditioned indoor seating and chic modern décor, offers eclectic dishes such as Tokyo Beef Noodles, Mango Chicken and Vegetarian Tempura Mix." http://diviaruba.com/menus/ginger_menu.html

    The Palm Grill restaurant
    "lets you stir-fry shrimp, swordfish, chicken or beef mixed with fresh vegetables and rice on specialty grill tables." http://diviaruba.com/menus/palm_grill_menu.html

    Your kids will love cooking their own food at the Palm Grill.

    SNAKS.
    ...and lunch

    Pizza per Tutti casual bar and grill
    "offers full bar service, snacks and pizza cooked in its open brick ovens with great ocean views." http://diviaruba.com/menus/pizza_per_tutti_menu.html

    Unless your kids are "foodies" they will be willing to eat lunch and dinner and all snacks at "per Tutti". It is poolside so not far from the "action" and the food is very good! Speaking from experience of our family , for snacks, love the Mexican Fries, Onion rings and garlic bread. All are winners. Not to mention the pop corn and the self serve, soft serve ice cream.

    If you told us we had to go to the Tamarijn and survive solely on per Tutti's pizzas, it would not be an issue. Their pizzas are delicious! My favorite is the one with all the veggies.

    I went into a LOT more details about our many meals at the Tamarijn at
    Tamarijn All Inclusive 12/22 - 1/3/08 Food, Beverage & Service

    Gosh, now I am hungry.

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    Onion Rings at the Tamarijn

    Just wondering if the Tamarijn has ample amounts of onion rings! Reason I ask, a group of us went 2 years ago and everytime we want to get onion rings they were sold out!

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    When we were there in December and traveling with 6 kids they were able to keep up with the demand.

    Must have been a supply problem when you were there. Being an island with things shipped in, I am sure these kinds of things happen. At one time they made onion rings from scratch at the buffet one or two days a week, but at Pizza per Tutti they have used frozen rings. Now they do at both places. Frozen onion rings are better than none at all.

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    We just came back from there and we stayed at the Divi but would make daily trips to the Tam for onion rings and there was never a problem. However the Mexican fries were a bigger hit with our group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soxgirl View Post
    Mexican fries were a bigger hit with our group.
    NOW you're talking!!!

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    I remember Bucuti having awesome onion rings also. We'll check out the Tam and try those and the mex Fries..they sound yummy
    Next Aruba trip in

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    We agree with the mexi-fries... Pappi- one of the older gentlemen that help there gave us some hot sauce, that would curl your toes, but it was so good, you couldn't stop eating it, just had to grab another cold one to go with them...

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    GREAT!!! It got to be a joke really with our group, let's get ONION RING, but none..
    Well I will pass the news on to my crew!! Can't wait!! Thank you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by soxgirl View Post
    the Mexican fries were a bigger hit with our group.

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