Gostoso Restaurant

Address: Caya Ing. Roland H. Lacle 12
Gostoso is a small and cozy restaurant in Oranjestad, serving both Portuguese and Aruban Cuisine. The menu includes a variety of local seafood, and Aruban, Portuguese and International dishes such as beef carpaccio, Portuguese style bacalau (salty cod fish), tender Lenga Stoba (Beef Tongue), and creole sushi roll with plantain, crab and a spicy home-made sauce, as well as entrees of fresh catch of the day, fish kebabs, New York Black Angus rib-eye and strip loin, filet mignon and tenderloin. Open For: Lunch & Dinner Reservations: Recommended Seating: Indoors Smoking: Allowed

Madame Janette

Address: Cunucu Abao 37
Dine at the award-winning restaurant Mademe Janette, where their mouthwatering gourmet dishes are prepared with the freshest international ingredients. At this restaurant you can enjoy their international cuisine in the romantic open-air dining area. Some of the special dishes include lobster ravioli, black anus beef carpaccio, duck breast, chilean sea bass and the best tenderloin cut around. Named Best Restaurant of the Caribbean in 2005, Madame Janette won't disappoint you. Open For: Dinner Reservations: Required Seating: Outdoors Smoking: Only outside Vegetarian Dishes: Yes


Address: Washington 61
Dinner at Papiamento Restaurant is an experience you will never forget. You can enjoy an exquisite dining experience surrounded by a lush garden, a turquoise pool, and rare Dutch-style antiques. Chef Edward Ellis created a menu with a selection of fresh seafood and delicious meats with a touch of Aruba. Papiamento is a member of the famous Chaine des Rotisseurs. Open For: Dinner Reservations: Recommended Seating: Indoors & Outdoors Smoking: Not Allowed Vegetarian Dishes: Yes

The Old Cunucu House

Address: Palm Beach 150
A typical Aruban home of about one hundred and fifty years old, restored into a restaurant but still with its old-fashioned charm. The Old Cunucu House Restaurant serves Aruban delicacies as well as international cuisine. The colonial influences of the Spanish, Dutch, English and French have left their mark on Aruba's native cuisine along with the rich flavors of the region and the owners strive to maintain grandma's "secret" recipes for seafood, fresh caught fish, beef, pork and poultry, as well as the signature cabrito, the ever popular goat stew enriched by international influence. Affordable and delicious dishes, a diverse menu and singular ambiance provides a unique and rewarding Aruban dining experience. One cannot leave Aruba without experience the authentic Aruban culture, cuisine and hospitality of The Old Cunucu House Restaurant. Open For: Lunch & Dinner Reservations: Required Seating: Indoors & Outdoors Smoking: Not Allowed Vegetarian Dishes: Yes VisitAruba Plus Card Accepted To book, click on the email link or telephone number