We dined at Salt and Pepper on 2 occasions during our week stay in Aruaba in August 2010. The tapas selection is somewhat of a misnomer - if you're looking for traditional Spanish tapas (tortillas, chorizo, shrimp a la plancha), you might not find them. But if you're looking for a looser definition of tapas, you're in the right place. All of the menu items for dinner were in the 5-6 dollar range, so compiling a meal of 2-3 tapas each is good and affordable. Unfortunately, none of the dinner items were memorable enough for me to comment on them. Everything on the whole was fresh and tasty, though. The sangria was also very good. We dined outside and our server was as efficient as we've come to expect in Aruba.
We returned later on in the week for breakfast. We dined inside. My husband had scrambled eggs and sausage, and I had 2 eggs over easy. The food was average, and the price was slightly expensive for such a simple meal. Unfortunately, we both developed a food borne illess within hours of this meal, making our last couple days in Aruba less pleasant than we expected.
Despite our unfortunate experience, we would still return to Salt and Pepper, but only for dinner. It is a good choice if you're looking for a generally light and tasty meal.
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