Locally cut limestone walls, lush gardens, black swans and falling water make this one of the most stylish restaurants on the island. Try to get a seat near the torch-lit koi pond. The food is good, not exceptional, but the surroundings make this establishment well worth a visit. The Sunday champagne brunch buffet is a wonder and may be the best bet in terms of price. A 15% service charge is added to your check.
Hyatt Regency Aruba Beach Resort & Casino, J.E. Irausquin Blvd. 85, Palm Beach, Aruba
Feb 6, 2007
Try the open air seating to the left near the waterfall. The staff is attentive and helpful and the food imaginative and superb. Just what one would expect from the premier restaurant in the premier hotel on the Island.