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    https://twistofflavorsaruba.weebly.com/tof-menu.html
    TOF menu looks wonderful

    we rarely go out to breakfast when in aruba.
    I think that TOF will be high up on the list of "gotta go."

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    My growing list:
    Gostoso, Yemanja, Tango, the old fisherman, Iguana Joes, baby back grill, O’neil’s, Kamini’s, Diana’s (I have yet to try a ditch pancake in Aruba-I’m ashamed)

    I’m gonna need an extra trip to fulfill this list. The problem is that there are always restaurants I have to return to so run out of time.


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    We keep adding to the list. We are going to try Hostaria da Vittorio on Friday night. Tonight is a favorite of mine-Chalet Swiss. I only have leftovers-enough for two meals and one thing to cook, so we will be eating out.




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    We consistently try new places every trip and also hit some of our favorites. We've tried five new places for dinner and happy hours so far this trip and would return to all of them.




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    Hi! My wife and I are looking for a new place when we go end of April and would love to hear comments on Chalet Suisse. I visited their website and they look very pricey, but perhaps the experience is worth it.
    Thank you.
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    Love Chalet Swiss. Ate there the first time in January and had the Grouper Medallions. They were fantastic and we will being going back in May.
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    Thanks! For men, are dress shorts and a polo shirt OK? Also, are sandals OK for a man or do you recommend shoes?
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    I'd think a man would be fine in shorts, polo and sandals. That's what I'd wear.


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    as far as I know, the only place that requires men to wear slacks is the Riu Palace.....at their non buffet restaurants.

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