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Aruba Gastronomic Association:
Guide to the Aruba Gastronomic Association member restaurants. The AGA restaurants are
also subject to an annual inspection of front and back of the house by Measure This, a
subsidiary of the Texas-based Freeman Group, in which the hotels of the Aruba Hotel &
Tourism Association (AHATA) also participate.
Aruba Restaurant Guide:
Where to wine and dine in Aruba. Whatever your culinary preference, you're sure to find a
large variety of cuisine to suit your palate.
At Benihana, they cook your meal right at your table; with fresh garden vegetables,
succulent shrimp and lobster, and Benihana's legendary lean and tender steaks. The chef
then takes suggestions as he cooks, and everyone gets their meal exactly as they like it.
Cafe The Plaza:
A Dutch-style cafe where you can enjoy food and beverages at very moderate prices. Daily
lunch and dinner specials.
El Gaucho Restaurant:
The first Argentine restaurant to open it's doors in Aruba is located in an
old townhouse at 80 Wilhelminastreet. As well as juicy Argentine steaks they also serve
Aruban flavoured, fresh seafood platters.
A locale for early nightlife, and a perfect spot to watch the sunset. Situated on a pier
near the Radisson Aruba Resort, it's an open-air bar with a tropical decor-thatched roof,
bright colours, wooden parrots and even a few swings serving as bar seats.
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Salt & Pepper:
Located opposite the Allegro Resort, The Salt & Pepper prepares great daily specials
with a lot of fresh fish and a wide variety of Tapas.
Chophouse at Machebo:
Serving the biggest and best North and South America cuts of beef and continental cuisine,
complemented by an extensive wine list.
Located right next to the fruit market and the harbour, The Paddock is the only genuine
Dutch bar on Aruba. The cuisine is a variety of Dutch favourite platters, with all you can
eat ribs for US$10 on Wednesday's.
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