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Top Notch Aruba Food Fare Will Leave Visitors Wanting More

Aruba is an island filled not only with beautiful beaches and gorgeous ocean views, but also with fantastic restaurants serving up dining experience to rival New York or London. The island is home to numerous five star restaurants as well as a host of cuisines such as Caribbean, French, Italian, and American. Diners can enjoy a prime cut of steak grilled to perfection or a traditional Caribbean dish just as the locals prepare it. Visitors will be more than satisfied after sampling Aruba food fare on their vacations. Here is a list of some of the most recommended restaurants on the island.

Chalet Suisse – This romantic restaurant has been serving locals and guests – and receiving top reviews – since 1988. Diners cite the high quality of ingredients and then outstanding service as reasons they keep returning. Dishes on the menu include U.S. Black Angus beef flown in daily from New York, Rack of Lamb, lobster, and locally caught grouper. Chalet Suisse is located mere minutes from the island’s hotels making this a restaurant not to be missed.

El Gaucho – Diners looking to try something a little different can head to El Gaucho, the 27-year-old Argentinean restaurant that has become an island staple. The restaurant pays homage to Argentinean cowboys through both its decor and its dishes. Most famous for their Gaucho steak, the restaurant also serves t-bones, rib-eyes, lamb and ribs as well as a number of seafood delicacies like squid and conch. A night at El Gaucho is sure to be one to remember.

Hostaria Da Vittorio For visitors looking for a taste of Italy while on vacation, there is no place else to go than Hostaria Da Vittorio. This Italian restaurant opened in 2000 and  features the work of Master Chef Vittorio Muscariello. Diners can enjoy pizza and other house specialities prepared in the Forno al Legna (wood-burning oven) either in the elegant dining room or outside on the Piazza.

Aruba has plenty to offer in terms of culinary delights. Regardless of where visitors elect to eat, they’re sure to have a wonderful meal and a memorable dining experience. Before your next trip to Aruba be sure to check in to Caribbeanedge.com for your activities, car rentals, restaurant reservations and more.

 

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