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    Taste My Aruba

    http://tastemyaruba.com

    https://www.facebook.com/tastemyaruba/

    this place may be on our Nov/Dec list
    it is real close to Yemanja

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    From the photos it looks like it’s in front of the Coscheca store by Yemanja? Looks interesting.

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    yes, I agree it does look like it is in front of the Cosecha.

    I told Paul that we might go there..........he wants to see the menu (hahahahaha there is no menu)

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    We ate there in June and it was the best meal of our 5 weeks on the island. It is in the same building as Cosecha, just to the right of it, in front of Yemanja. There are just 6 tables outside, so it fills up fast. There is not an extensive menu, just 5 kind of fresh fish to choose from (no meat the evening we were there). It comes with jasmin rice and all kind of veggies and plantain. Also you can choose from 2 or 3 appetizers, also only fish, and 1 dessert. All fish is catched fresh and everything is made that day. I just love this place, but it might not be for everybody. The setup is like a courtyard in the old days on Cuba, it just has that vibe. The lady who owns and runs the restaurant is very sweet and very proud of her business. I guess very soon you need reservations long ahead of time to get a table here.
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    Thank you DD
    i have been in touch with Nathaly and look forward to dining there.

    My my husband will go unwillingly but when all is said and done will tell everyone it was “his choice”

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    We ate there in June and it was the best meal of our 5 weeks on the island. It is in the same building as Cosecha, just to the right of it, in front of Yemanja. There are just 6 tables outside, so it fills up fast. There is not an extensive menu, just 5 kind of fresh fish to choose from (no meat the evening we were there). It comes with jasmin rice and all kind of veggies and plantain. Also you can choose from 2 or 3 appetizers, also only fish, and 1 dessert. All fish is catched fresh and everything is made that day. I just love this place, but it might not be for everybody. The setup is like a courtyard in the old days on Cuba, it just has that vibe. The lady who owns and runs the restaurant is very sweet and very proud of her business. I guess very soon you need reservations long ahead of time to get a table here.

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    Andrea, I am sure you will love it there. Looking forward to see you review (and trip report).
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    If it’s fish we’ll give it a try for sure.




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    Tom and I are not apt to order fish when we are out. While I like the concept I don’t believe we’ll be giving it a try.

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    I'm not a fish eater myself so it wouldn't be for me. There was one couple dining in the back when we went to Yemanja in April.

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