Though many clients opt to stay in an all-inclusive resort on their Aruba holiday, there are plenty of dining options around the island for those days you want to venture out and try some local, and not so local, cuisine.
Aruba is somewhat of a melting pot of cultures, and this is unsurprisingly reflected in the eateries on the island. You can sample traditional Aruban dishes like pan bati (cornflour flatbread/pancake), carni stoba (beef stew) and keshi yena (stuffed cheese). Or enjoy some delicious European, particularly Dutch, food that draws influence from Aruba’s position as part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Some of the best places to sample this local cuisine are O’Niel Caribbean Kitchen located in the south of the island near San Nicholas, and The Old Cunucu House that offers friendly, island hospitality and amazing food!
Being a nation surrounded by a beautiful sea, the seafood in Aruba is to-die-for and a must try whilst on the island! Aruba’s local fishermen supply many of Aruba’s seafood restaurants with their local, catch of the day that customers will later enjoy. The fishermen supply their catch to many Aruban eateries including gourmet and fine dining restaurants, to local food trucks so there are plenty of options for those looking to sample the fresh Aruban fish!
To Book your Aruba Holiday, call us today on 01635 551011, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or enquire here via our website. One of our dedicated Aruba Specialists will then soon be in touch about your Aruba Holiday!
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