We enjoyed oysters, calamari and lobster croquettes for appetizers. For the main course, we had the baked tuna and shrimp with a seafood quiche. All were excellent but it seemed a little pricey. Nice atmosphere. If you plan on having lobster or fish, know that they are pretty precise with the weight of the item and priced accordingly. Also, in Curaçao there is a service charge which is sort of like a tax. It is not the tip which is separate. The restaurant is a bit hard to find because it is off a tight street/alley way. Everything was fresh. Only gave it 4 stars because of e price.
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