Atardi (formerly Simply Fish)

9,2 based on 32 reviews
Cuisine(s):
Seafood
Main Course:
$26.00 - $55.00
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Meals:
Dinner
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Ratings & more:
Excellent!
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Restaurant Information

Atardi (formerly Simply Fish)
Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

L.G. Smith Boulevard101
Aruba
Tel: +(297) 520 6537
Opening Hours:
Daily from 6:15 pm - 10:00 pm
Atardi (formerly Simply Fish)
Aruba Marriott's beachfront restaurant, Atardi (formerly Simply Fish), is the best kept secret on the island. It is the perfect setting for a romantic dinner, a place where you can be delighted by magnificent sunsets, exquisite meals under the fluttering palm trees, and feel the warmth of the sand between your toes. Atardi allows you to sit back and connect with all your senses as you listen to the sound of the ocean. Although their specialty is seafood, Atardi's chefs take pride in knowing how to please meat lovers as well. The secret is out. You must come by.
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May 12, 2010 - posted by
We have eaten here 3 times in the past year. Each time our water was very attentive. The shrimp appetizer is wonderful and we always get that. I have either had lobster or Surf & Turf. We have never had a bad meal here and plan on getting reservations on the day we arrive in September. Deserts are huge and very good. Looking forward to returning.
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Jan 7, 2010 - posted by
My Favorite restaurant in Aruba. The food is great, atmosphere is far better than excellent. Book a sunset dinner and be prepared for scenery as good as the food!
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Nov 28, 2009 - posted by
Our most disappointing meal of the trip and I had so been looking forward to it. The setting was fabulous – on the beach at the waters edge. Service was good, but we did look around a couple of times when we needed something – I would have expected a bit more attentiveness. Unfortunately our food was quite marginal – lukewarm at best. I had the Aruban Triangle which is a lobster tail, wahoo and grouper. Caribbean lobster is not my favorite coming from New England but I must say it was the best of what was on my plate. Both the wahoo and grouper were hard and dry. Don had the Surf and Turf special which was also not overly warm but he did enjoy his meal. The prawn appetizers were excellent and the desserts were also. We had the coconut cake and a chocolate cake and enjoyed every bite of both of them. For the money I wouldn’t go back – I would try another beachside restaurant first.
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Aug 16, 2009 - posted by
If you hit this place on a bad night, or order the wrong food items from the menu, you"ll walk away, as we did, feeling cheated. My seafood risotto was all risotto and very little seafood. Skimpy and utterly tasteless, as well. Then there was the wine--i ordered a Santa Marguerita Pinot Grigio and my wife a Riesling. She was served mine and I was served hers--- and not a Pinot Grigio at all and certainly not S.M. My wife's encrusted grouper, while tasty, was more encrusted than grouper. . . . by far! The service was friendly, but once the plates were placed in front of us (wrong again!) we did not see the wait staff until "would you like coffee/dessert" time. All in all, for a meal costing what it did, I expected a whole lot more---of everything---. We won't be back.

PS The beach is gorgeous at night, but you can't eat sand, can you?
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Jul 2, 2009 - posted by
Wonderful dinner on the beach at the Marriott looking at the Caribbean and the sunset. Grilled twin lobster tails were outstanding, as were the bouillabase soup and grilled shrimp appetizers. Huge desserts were just too much. This great meal was made all the better by the use of Marriott's dinner for two certificates, which cost $114.50 including shipping. The certificate covered the entire cost of our meal and non-alcoholic drinks, including tax and tip, which otherwise would have cost around $230. Great meal and a great bargain.
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Jun 28, 2009 - posted by
My husband and I spent 14 days in Aruba, we ate here on our last night. It was very romantic, the staff was very attentive, and the food was great. When we return to Aruba, we will forsure dine here again.
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Mar 15, 2009 - posted by
We visited Aruba in March and ate twice at Simply Fish. The first meal was very good. I had the Aruban Triangle, wife had sea bass. The seafood bouilliabaisse was probably the best thing on the menu. The venue is excellent. Unfortunately, the second time we ate there, the food was cold and very disappointing. I had the sea bass and wife had the Halibut. For the price, I would probably try somewhere else next time.
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Feb 20, 2009 - posted by
I simply enjoyed this restaurant. Was a very romantic setting, the service was top notch and the food was absolutely delectable. My favorite of two restaurants in Aruba (the other is Flying Fishbone @ Baby Beach)
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Nov 10, 2008 - posted by
It was our last night in Aruba and we wanted to make it special.Great atmosphere and the wait staff was very courteous.The entree's were excellent but the Bouillabaise appetizer stole the show.Would go back in a heartbeat.
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Oct 23, 2008 - posted by
We ended up here cause LG Smith wouldn't accept the Marriott gift certificate I had even though Renaissance properties were included. Dining right on the beach front row to the ocean was unique and unforgettable. We both had shrimp cocktail with lobster tail for dinner. For dessert I had the tiramasu and my husband had a chocolate cake. The food was all great. The waiters were attentive but slow. We got seated right away and didn't even have reservations but the food came very slowly. All in all, it more than met my expectations.
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