We went and were happy with our dinner. Three of us got the grouper in either lemon and butter or garlic, they all raved about it. The serving was huge. Served with potatoes, mixed veggies, and plantains. The other person got the traditional chicken dish, Keshia yena, served with the same sides. It was wonderful. We passed on the iguana soup but had the peanut cup dessert. That was a hot chocolate like drink with puréed peanuts. Tasted like a peanut cup cookie!
The service was slow by American standards, but good for Aruban standards. They were very attentive to out table and took time to tell us about the food.
We will go back.