Cafe The Plaza

8,6 based on 19 reviews
Cuisine(s):
Dutch, International
Main Course:
$17.00 - $22.00
is:
  • Casual Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Indoor Dining
Accepts:
  
Meals:
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Take Out
Serves:
Ratings & more:
Excellent!
Menu(s):

Restaurant Information

Cafe The Plaza

Seaport Market Place
Aruba
Tel: +(297) 583-8826
Opening Hours:
Open daily from 10 AM - 2 AM
Kitchen open from 10 AM - 12 AM
Cafe The Plaza
Cafe the Plaza is not only the perfect location to enjoy a meal or to have drinks, but it is also the perfect place to relax and read the newspaper or to have a swinging night out at the weekend.
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Apr 1, 2012 - posted by
Our last night on the Island, we wanted to eat something fairly quick so that we could enjoy the nightlife. We were staying at the Renaissance, so this was perfect. The Plaza burger was EXCELLENT! Perfectly cooked and so yummy. Also, the chicken kabobs in the peanut sauce were also very good. The waitress was very nice and the service was quick. The apple pie was good, but had a cake crust, which was a little too different for my liking. A great place to take children, even though our children were not with us. There is not a ton on the menu, but what we ordered was very good. Two years ago, we ate breakfast and it was also very good. If you want good food without paying a lot, this is the restaurant for you.
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Feb 26, 2012 - posted by
Just had burgers and sandwiches here one night. The service and atmosphere were friendly. Not gourmet dining but perfect for what we needed.
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Jun 15, 2010 - posted by
We were in Aruba in December and stopped by the Cafe' The Plaza with friends and loved it. We had to go back to have the Shoarma chicken pita. It was excellent. The staff is friendly and treated us like family. We did go there at 2:00 pm so it was not as busy. Thank you for your warm hospitality.
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Nov 29, 2009 - posted by
I stayed in the Renaissance hotel with my wife during our honeymoon. The Café The Plaza is nearby. We ate there a few times and liked it very much. The atmosphere and the service is very friendly. A couple of times there was good live music. The prices were lower when compared to other places we've been to. The food has both dutch and american specialties.
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Oct 15, 2009 - posted by
We stay next door at the Aruba Renaissance and stop in to Cafe the Plaza often. It's a great place for a few afternoon beers with lunch, and they have good food all during the day.

For a real treat, stop by on Sunday and order the HodgePodge special, a Dutch staple. Whatever meat they have left in the fridge on Sunday (might be a wurst, a giant beef meatball) on a bed of mashed potatoes with sauerkraut mixed in, and a little brown gravy over the top. Awesome! One of our favorites.
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Oct 2, 2009 - posted by
Our favorite "off the beaten track" place in Aruba! Good breakfast for a great price. Good lunch. We absolutely love the quiz show on Tuesday night. Dick cannot keep his mouth shut and gets caught up in the excitement. We tried helping a local contestant, but probably hurt him more. I just love the people who work here. To them, remember the SL65!
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Apr 6, 2009 - posted by
Had a delicious, very reasonably priced, lunch here and the service was wonderful. From the time we walked in the door, everyone was so very friendly. We went again for dinner, and the food was again outstanding and the prices and service were fabulous. We have added this to our list of "must do restaurants" in Aruba. Thank you to the staff and chef for a delicious meal in a great place.
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Jun 13, 2008 - posted by
Had a nice, inexpensive, basic breakfast here before a day of shopping downtown. Nice, quiet relaxing place and great coffee (Smit & Dorlas).
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Mar 9, 2008 - posted by
Good for lunch, very convenient to Renaissance Hotel. Nice outdoor cafe. Lot's of Dutch people there! Typical western menu comfort food. Child friendly.
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Feb 22, 2008 - posted by
We went there twice because the prices were cheap and the view was nice with live singing entertainment. We waited to get a seat for about 1/2 hour (others more daring just sat down at a table and just got served without waiting). The first night we went we tried the bitterballs (not so great- but locals love them), My husband had a chicken pita sand. which was good and I had chicken kabobs with peanut sauce- chicken was good (same taste as my hubands) but peanut sauce was think and grave like- not so good. The second day we came back for lunch to try again because of the prices but were disappointed with the selection offered and left without ordering (note- a fish sandwich is not a fillet but a mixture between imitation crab and tuna fish!) Would recommend for a cheap dinner but only to go once during your stay.
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