When in Aruba, do as the Arubans do and enjoy a meal any of the local restaurants in Aruba! With the Caribbean ocean serving as backyard you’ll not be surprised to find fresh seafood and a ‘catch of the day’ featured on almost every menu in Aruba. Local restaurants in Aruba add even more local flavor to their dishes by serving traditional (and delicious!) sides such as funchi (cornmeal porridge), creole sauce and pan bati (corn bread). Local dishes include carni stoba (pot roast), sopi mondongo (a rich and nutritious soup), keri keri (fish dish) and keshi yena (stuffed cheese).
Take note of the food trucks that appear alongside the main road after sunset. These trucks serve a modest yet very affordable meal-to-go and receive plenty customers after midnight as party-goers get cravings for a snack.
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