I ordered fish fillet(mero),, asked for it to be well done & i got just what i asked for. Alot of taste and i enjoyed the mashed & the freshly cut fried potatoes
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This restaurant if a must for some great local food. I had the stewed goat meat and the ocra. The goat meat is served with white rice and fried sweet plantains. Just writing this review and I want to go back for some. The Ocra...More
Found out about this place from one of staff at our hotel about this place. One of the main issues with this place isn't the food, it's the location. Travelers have to look for this place and hope that it is still open by the...More
We took a taxi from just on the other side of the pontoon bridge. Our taxi drivers name was Patricia. We asked her for her input on a good place for food. She said she really don't eat at touristy areas. We said no we...More
This is one of the classic Curacao touchstone restaurants. Everything about this place is authentic Curacao style. From the 20th century furniture, classic style bar right to the lime with cloves air freshners (My grandmother had these in her house). The food is prepared well,...More
I had been here 30 years ago and went back again last Friday. We were a group of 8 and the restaurant was only half full. There was only one server who took our orders, brought our drinks, delivered the food and bused the tables....More
a great stop for genuine local food. The staff was nice and the service good. try the stewed beef or stewed goat. the fried plantains are a good choice as well.
A simple, unassuming place that serves the best Curacao food on the island. Try Keshi Yena, Kabritu Stoba, or Karko (cheese and chicken, goat stew, or chonch).
the food is awesome i really like to stick with the fish steak. I eat here each visit atleast once and have never been less than totally satisfied.
I'm being kind on the 3 star rating as the majority of our group basically hated their food. I'm guessing we just ordered the wrong things? Which is why I'm leaving it at 3. The stroba (beef stew) plate was reportedly good. The fried plantains...More