Dinner at Cilo City Lounge never disappoints! I chose the Chili Sin Carne. It was divine!
Most days we made our lunch from food we purchased at the grocery store but treated ourselves a couple of afternoons. Once at Sole (the pool bar) where I ate a terrific pizza. What it lacked from a cheese perspective was certainly made up for with lots of olives!
The other lunch we treated ourself to was at Papagayo- the restaurant on Renaissance Island- a private Island only accessible to guests of the resort we stayed at (and truly my favorite spot on Earth). Lots of fresh veggies and fries hit the spot!
Dinner at Casa Tua consisted of pasta. Don't be fooled by the simple appearance- there was tons of eggplant goodness in this dish!
I enjoyed it so much I took pictures throughout the meal!
And I actually lamented that there was no more when it was finished!!!
Easter dinner we stayed with our five year running tradition of eating at the Flying Fishbone. While this is the most decidedly non vegan place we go the setting more than makes up for that fact. The tables are situated in the sand right on the waters edge making it a perfect spot. So relaxing and if you time your reservation right, you will be guaranteed a spectacular Aruba sunset! We started our meal with some bread and dipping sauces (mustard, olive, hummus).
My meal was a rolled vegetable tortilla sort of thing- it was tasty- filled with asparagus, squash and other veggies.
We had a lovely family dinner sitting at the waters edge with our feet in the sand!
And the sunset? Now, that is what I am talking about!
I am already dreaming about when we will be going back!