The bad first- there was a monthly special of shrimp pasta that had great flavors but the shrimp were so rubbery they would have required a steak knife
Now the good (which far outways the bad)- the inside is very quaint and open. There is outdoor seating at picnic tables in a garden area. The service was very good,though the typical slightly slow of Curacao. It is a nice setting to linger and we are here to escape the fast paced world that we live in. The mushroom on toast appetizer was very good, the pumpkin soup was amazing. The beef stoba melted in your mouth, no knife needed for it. The sweet and sour pork was excellent. If you have any room left try the cooked bananas and ice cream. We will go back during this trip but we will avoid the shrimp
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