We've been there for dinner at our last night on Aruba. The location is excellent, you can't imagine better, because it's literally on the beach, few steps from the surf. We were a quarter to 6 pm, so we caught happy hour and had Long Island Ice Tea and Caribbean Kiss, well made. As a first course we both decided to have their Caribbean Seafood soup, and as main course, we had filet of Grouper and Pina Colada Shrimp. Soup was excellent and must, as they suggested in menu: rich, perfectly spicy, and flavorful, contains different seafood, such as clams, mussels, shrimp, calamari in tomato based stock with fish blended in to make it thick and savory. Filet of Grouper was very good, quite juicy and tender, with dense flesh at the same time, pan fried perfectly. Pina Colada Shrimp was very interesting creation of shrimp (of course!) served in thick and creamy coconut-pineapple sauce which is well balanced in terms of sweetness, flavor, and spiciness. A glass of Mosel Riesling was a good compliment to our main courses.
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