Blossoms

8,7 based on 85 reviews
Cuisine(s):
Asian, Chinese, Japanese
Main Course:
$25.00 - $50.00
is:
  • Fine Dining
  • Indoor Dining
Accepts:
   
Meals:
Dinner, Lunch
Serves:
Ratings & more:
Excellent!
Menu(s):

Restaurant Information

Blossoms
South Beach Centre
Palm Beach55
Aruba
Tel: +(297) 586-3388
Opening Hours:
Daily
Lunch: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Dinner: 6:00 pm - 11:00pm
Blossoms
"Blossoms", Japanese & Chinese Restaurant that offers the perfect balance of Chinese specialities, teppanyaki grill and the elegance of Japanese sushi in a beautifully appointed atmosphere.
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Mar 2, 2008 - posted by
We go to Aruba every year, and this is one of our "can't miss" stops. Truly one of the very best restaurants on the island. Blossoms is one of the top highlights of our trip each year!!
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Feb 22, 2008 - posted by
The Orange Duck was just average; too sweet; the color of the sauce too artificial both in looks and flavor. The Restaurant feels like a Dungeon...! The presentation lacks finesse. The server was courteous and friendly.
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Feb 20, 2008 - posted by
The food was excellent as well as the service. I went there a few times in my week stay and will be coming back in March and plan to dine there several times. If our waiter noticed our fingers got sticky, he was right there with a hot towel to wash them. Refilling of the waters was great as well.
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Feb 9, 2008 - posted by
Enjoyed another wonderful Chinese dinner this year. This restaurant is consistent in food and service.
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Jan 12, 2008 - posted by
We went to Blossoms twice, once for chinese and once for Japanese. We were there in Dec. 2007. We quite enjoyed the Chinese section but had some very serious issues with the Japanese. The food was good and we usually like to go yearly as the kids enjoy the show, however, this year (more than in other years) we found ourselves very rushed. They have you out of there in a little over one hour which does not make for a very enjoyable atmosphere. The show wasn't as good as in previous years as again, it felt rushed. We arrived on time, weren't late and yet they just kept moving everything along. I think if they want customers to keep coming they need to remember that people want to enjoy their food and not be feel thrown out of the "joint" just to have the table given to the next batch of customers.
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Nov 25, 2007 - posted by
Checked in to Westin yesterday and thought we would go for a light late evening meal of sushi. Since it was late, the hostess said she could accommodate us but only the sushi menu was availale which was exactly what we wanted. Worst sushi ever.
We specifically do not do AI because we love to eat only exceptional food, not buffet crap. Figured Blossoms had gotten such great reviews (top 10 on this website!) that we would give it a try. We ate enough so we were not hungry as all other restaurants were already closing and were out of options to eat for the night. Should have known the food would be bad when they asked for coupons or vouchers first. Rolls were sliced into tiny bites with lots of sticky rice. The speck of fish inside the rolls were not fresh or well prepared. Better to have cut the rolls into 4 and eliminate 2/3 the rice! Should have called everything rice rolls they were so unbelievable flavorless and lumpy. Spicy tuna roll wasn't spicy, very dry and was so fatty and speckled with white I wasn't so sure it was tuna.
Eel had cream cheese. CREAM CHEESE? Are you kidding me? Sashimi Tuna was edible. Drank our beers and got out of there.
I bet the Teppanyaki is decent and fun which is why this restaurant has good reviews. JUST DON"T EAT THE SUSHI! Lastly, turn off or down that incredibly noisy water feature.
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Sep 27, 2007 - posted by
ate twice at blossoms while in aruba for 2 weeks..for 2 people all we needed was an appetizer,fried rice and one entree and that was enough....had the scallops and beef ..very good..I would recommend for anyone who either wants sushi,chinese or hibachi dinner..reservations are needed if you want to eat at a certain time..
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Aug 27, 2007 - posted by
We ate at Blossom's and were quite disappointed.
My vegetable tempura coating was still floury in some areas and pretty tasteless to boot. My son had
vegetable lo mein which actually looked like leftovers
from two days before. My daughter had chicken
skewers that she enjoyed, though.
It was pricey and the food was MEDIOCRE. My advice
is to take your cash somewhere else.
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Jul 5, 2007 - posted by
This was our very first time that we had eaten at Blossoms and let me tell you that we LOVED it. Fai was a terrific hostess and our cook was awesome. The food was incredible and I would go back again. We celebrated our sons 12th birthday here and he was so happy - he loved being able to stand with the chef and throw the egg up and he CAUGHT it - we had 14 people with us and everyone loved their meal. The handcloths that Fai handed us to cleanse our hands was so warm and smelled to nice, that I asked for the secret ingredients, however I was only told that the towels were sprayed with a perfume. I would buy it if I could. Thanks Blossoms for an evening that we will never forget. I hope to come back one day again for another superb meal.
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May 18, 2007 - posted by
I was really looking forward to this restaurant, but had an awful meal. We ate on the Chinese side. We started with the appetizer platter that included various items. They were ok, but most leaned more toward Japanese than Chinese. I ordered General Tsao's chicken. It was incredibly dark brown, greasy and did not have the texture of chicken. It did not taste good and I only ate a little bit of it. Afterward I told my husband about the texture and he thought it might have been duck. I really couldn't tell you for sure what kind of meat it was and it made my stomach turn. My husband ordered a dish that said it had seafood, vegetables and a white wine sauce (Seafood Delight or something like that). It did have seafood and vegetables, but it was all drown in butter. I have never seen so much butter used in a Chinese dish before. The staff was nice and as was the atmosphere, but it was the worst food we had on the island. Appetizers, 2 main courses, 1 iced tea, 1 diet coke, with tax and tip was $100.
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