We visit this restaurant every year we're in Aruba and this year was no different. We're a bit taken back by how quiet this side of the street was and the fact that there was barely any customers sitting outside or anything happening at this or any of the restaurants around Cafe Rembrandt. we sat down and found out that the restaurant had new owners...The food was good, but there was no atmosphere or music to encourage you to stay a bit longer and maybe have another glass of wine or even desert... This was one of our favorite places and it could still be if the new owners invest on making the place a bit more welcoming and livelier.
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