Cafe Rembrandt

8,2 based on 28 reviews
Cuisine(s):
American, Dutch, International
Main Course:
$8.00 - $24.00
is:
  • Casual Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Indoor Dining
Accepts:
  
Meals:
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Take Out
Serves:
Ratings & more:
Good!
Menu(s):

Restaurant Information

Cafe Rembrandt

Palm Beach 55, South Beach Mall
Aruba
Tel: +(297) - 586 4747
Opening Hours:
Mon - Thu 10am - 2am
Fri - Sat 10am - 4am
Sundays 4pm - 2am

Live Music:
Wednesdays & Fridays starting 10.30pm
Happy Hour  
Cafe Rembrandt
Cafee Rembrandt, Europea eetcafee with lots of live music on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Just across the street from Restaurant Amazonia and Sopranos. Easy parking behind the South Beach Centre and free Wifi.
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Get out of business

Feb 16, 2014 - posted by
For more tan 5 years we have been satisfied guests of this restaurant. Since the sale t a new owner, service is poor and tables are empty. I wanted to talk about this with the owner, who was in sight. Server asked him, he flew away an sent (lovely) manager. When you start hiding for your customers: please get out of hospitality-business.
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My favorite!

May 30, 2012 - posted by
Rembrandt is my absolute favorite place to go for happy hour/lunch. They make the most amazing mojitos in the world!! All the servers are extremely nice and respectful friendly and remembered us and came and sat and spoke with us.. I think I visited cafe Rembrandt at least 7 times on my 10 day trip to Aruba this year and I will defiantly be going back :)
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Very good casual dining

May 28, 2012 - posted by
We enjoyed a very good dinner her last September. The grouper special was delicious and the beers nice and cold. the service was very attentive. We also stopped by with friends a couple of nights later and enjoyed the casual vibe having some traditional dutch appetizers and drinks.
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Mar 18, 2012 - posted by
What in the world is going on here! We used to enjoy lunches here, but the menu has changed significantly and the atmosphere has deteriorated into somewhat of a bistro mood with escalated prices. The spirit and ambiance of RUMBA'S (of which the owner was a founder) is gone as is everything that made that venture a successful one. To add injury to insult, the owner has also branched out with interests in MATTHEW'S, CAFE DAVINCI and another place at the airport. We suspect that, by spreading the talent so thinly, it is dificult to maintain the standards that were once associated with RUMBA'S and, as a result, all of the places suffer accordingly. This particular place is little more than a bar with some mediocre entertainment and somewhat edible food. If that is what you want, then go - do not expect to see us there.
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Feb 15, 2012 - posted by
I went there for dinner with my wife, both of us living in the Island. The service was fairly good and the food was also faily good. The choice of salads was not very big, but the sizes were OK.
A little on the pricey side, but affordable. Although not an excellent place, it certainly is worth a repeat visit.
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Jan 29, 2012 - posted by
while we were in Aruba this January we dined 4 times at this fine restaurant. We had a surprise birthday for one of our very close friends and it was handled just great.
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Oct 25, 2011 - posted by
I went here to eat after reading some of the reviews and was very happy I went. Food was great, especially the homemade honey mustard dressing. The service was very good, especially at breakfast, and you get 25% off breakfast with your dinner receipt from a previous dinner there. Early birds are automatically taken off check between 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. at 20%. My entire family will return there next year, it was fantastic.
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Oct 10, 2011 - posted by
We were disappointed in this restaurant after reading a fler. My opinion is that it is a BAR with a few well worn tables. They advertise a 205 discount for early diners. Very limited menu. Our party of four adults had seven soft drinks at 3.00 each. I guess they don't have happy hour prices for sodas. It would have been cheaper if we drank beer. Our meals were a bacon burger with fries(13.20), Fish and chips(23.80). Ribs with fries(21.20. Surf and turf with fries and three of the smallest shrimp that I have ever seen in Aruba. We had two cheese cakes and two creme brule for desserts. They were out of ice cream. I do not know how they calculated the discount, but they did not charge for two desserts. I guess that is the method they use to give you the dscount. Check total was $72.81 without any service charge added. Not worth a return trip.
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Sep 26, 2011 - posted by
Wed 09/14 – Café Rembrandt
We tried this place last year and enjoyed it. Very casual place in the high-rise area. For drinks DW had a Margerita and I had a vodka martini. DW had the chicken sate and I had the filet mignon with a pepper sauce. Good size portions and a generous wine pour – we both had the Hob Nob Pinot Noir.
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Aug 19, 2011 - posted by
Our first night we went to dinner here and did not regret. If it were up to us adults (we were traveling with 3 teens), we would have gone back once more. The food is delicious! Something went wrong with my dish, it got delivered to another table, so I had to wait. They made amends by offering me a free glass of wine. It was our least expensive dinner of the vacation and much enjoyed. Much prefer this place over Bingo's, where you're told on the menu to expect slow service, because they're Dutch. Hm, the service last year was so slow and just not caring, that even my Dutch self was annoyed. To top it off, the food was not that great. Cafe Rembrandt over Bingo's any time.
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