Best mojito's. - Frozen or regular.....they are delicious. I highly recommend trying the Manchito. (a frozen mojito with mango)
Pago Pago...we decided we would eat there - as we were spending a few nights at the Westin - it was great. The service was great, the food was awesome and the "Saxaphone" player great...just like old blue eyes was there. Sorry to see the Westin close...spent lots of vacations there.
Normally, one of our favorite restaurants when visiting Aruba, our experience this time was not good at all. It could be because the Westin (and Pago Pago) will be closing soon. The restaurant was nearly empty when we arrived at 8pm and only had three other tables occupied at its peak that evening. Good appetizers but the entrees (sea bass)... More
Wonderful meal, attentive service and nice atmosphere. My husband had a steak, I had the shrimp and both were delicious .
Stayed at the Westin and ended up at one of their inhouse restaurants: Pago Pago. It was better than expected and a restaurant that should be on the traveler to Aruba's list for a quiet, refined dining experience. I had the flavorful Pago Pago salad and a citrus grilled mahi mahi. Delicious. Flawless. Had the lemon sherbet. Great service. I'd... More
Stayed at the Westin Aruba with 14 family/friends. Set up our group WELCOME DINNER the first night at Pago Pago. What a great dinner! Franco ensured we had a nice table in the front (away from guests so if we got a little loud it would be ok) I had requested William & Errol as our waiters (had them previously)... More
Red snapper and grouper were very good, wine was a great paring; lobster bisque would have been better if I has more than three pieces of small lobster. All in all a great romantic evening, with a great staff, on the pricey side though!
Stopped by with my wife for a happy hour beer stayed for several. This place is great, we initially sat at the bar, but there was a few smokers ,doing there thing so we moved down to a table by the sand. From 5-7 all drinks are 2 for 1 . Our choice was Corona's, they serve them with a... More
We stayed a Rui Palace but visited the Westin on our first night to have dinner at Pago Pago - the staff was very friendly (and funny) and we had an excellent dinner. The lobster bisque is delicious (and filling) and the sea bass is also very well prepared.
I had the grouper and my friend had the ahi tuna, they were both so fantastic, large portions and delicate/delicious that we went back to try each other's entrees on the last night and both times simply delicious. Save on cab fare and eat here. Both were cooked to perfection. Service great, don't worry if you don't see many people... More
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