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From traditional Dutch to Asian, African, and Spanish, dining options are as diverse and welcoming as our people.
You can eat fresh fish straight from the sea, share a glass of wine at sunset with your toes in the sand, or indulge in classic Italian in the shadow of a century-old lighthouse.
Aruba’s vibrant restaurant scene is your happy opportunity to sample delicious cuisine inspired by over 90 unique nationalities. To sit at our tables, savor the rich flavors of our keshi yena, and taste an authentic side of Aruba prepared with love.
Dine at one of Aruba's many styles of steakhouses--from Argentinean and Brazilian to American and Japanese.
Dine on fresh seafood to your heart's content--it's one of the foundations of our local culinary scene.
Relish traditional and contemporary Italian cuisine presented in elegant fine dining and family-style restaurants.
Satiate your cravings for sushi, Chinese, and Indian cuisine while visiting Aruba--a foodie paradise!
Aruba a food lover’s paradise and home to more than 90 nationalities, which can be tasted through our diverse cuisine.
Explore the colorful cuisine of South and Central America while vacationing with us.
Savor authentic European flavors brought to Aruba over several centuries.
Dine like you are home with our numerous restaurants featuring traditional and contemporary American cuisine.
Foodies will feel right at home in Aruba. With over 250 eateries on the island, there are more choices than you’ll ever need. Food in Aruba is a big part of the culture, that is why Aruba restaurants are never empty. Whether you’re looking for authentic local street food from our many food trucks or fine sit-down dining in one of the top restaurants in Aruba, we can assure you that you’ll leave the establishment full and satisfied. Hungry yet? The best restaurants in Aruba are waiting for you!
Reflecting the island’s cultural diversity, you'll be able to find every ethnic cuisine imaginable in Aruba. From Italian, Japanese and Belgian to Mediterranean, Brazilian and Peruvian fare. No matter the cuisine, most restaurant menus in Aruba feature fresh local seafood and take full advantage of Aruba’s Caribbean address.
Also, try restaurants in Aruba that serve traditional local food. Typical Aruban dishes include pan bati (cornflour flatbread/pancake), carni stoba (beef stew) and keshi yena (stuffed cheese).
The majority of restaurants in Aruba can be found in the high rise hotel area of Palm Beach, in downtown Oranjestad and alongside the beautiful Caribbean Sea. From upscale indoor dining at a steakhouse to beachfront dining while wiggling your toes in the sand – Aruba’s restaurants offer options for everyone.