Le Petit Cafe

6,8 based on 37 reviews
Cuisine(s):
International
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  • Casual Dining
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Restaurant Information

Le Petit Cafe

J. E. Irausquin Bld z/n
Aruba
Tel: (297) 587 4620
Opening Hours:
Unknown
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Le Petit Cafe
3 locations; Royal Plaza Mall, Paradise Beach Villas and Playa Linda Beach Resort

Offering a la carte and buffet breakfast from 8 - 11 a.m. and a continental dinner menu, with a special on the stone grill
feature from 6 - 11 p.m. daily, this quaint eatery welcomes the entire family.
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Recent Visit

Jan 2, 2013 - posted by
My family and I visited Le Petite Cafe on 12/23/12 during our holiday visit to Aruba. It came highly recommended by a couple from Rhode island we met on our flight down. We were not disappointed. The restaurant's hook is the "lava stone" presentation for grilled meats and seafood. As indicated your food will continue cooking after served to you so be sure to keep an eye on it. My wife and one son had pasta dished - seafood linguini for my wife and lasagna for my son. Both enjoyed their meals very much. My other son had lobster and shrimp while I had the shrimp. Both cam e served on the lava stones. We both enjoyed our meals but my son did comment on the smoke from my meal wafting into his eyes as he ate. I'm sorry for Michelle and her family's experience but can only say that ours was very good and we would go again when we return.
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PLEASE PLEASE READ THIS

Nov 28, 2012 - posted by
My family and I went to Aruba over Thanksgiving break. We ate at Le Petit 2 nights in a row. The first night the food was great, but after eating the food I cooked myself on a stone, my stomach felt a little funny. It went away and we ended up eating at the restaurant the next night. The service was AWFUL. My dad asked the waiter to get more garlic bread atleast 4 times before they did. But that's besides the point. I woke up at 4 in the morning with HORRIBLE stomach pains. I got food poisoning and was vomiting till about 2 pm. It gets worse. Our flight was at 4 pm and my mom started to feel sick. Right before boarding she went to the bathroom because she had felt worse. After 10 minutes my dad told me to check on her. I found my mom unconscious in the bathroom stall. She was very sweaty and her pants were dropped. There was diarrhea in the toilet. The paramedics came and gave my mom oxygen and an iv. It was so scary. She was rushed to the hospital in Aruba which we stayed at for a couple hours. I got medicine too through an IV and there weren't enough beds so I had to lay in my dads arms because I felt very week and dizzy after receiving the medicine. We had to pay over 3,500 dollars for my mom's trip to the hospital and the ambulance ride alone, not including myself because I was not checked in, another night in a hotel, and all the unexpected extra taxi rides to the airport again, from the hospital to a hotel, to the pharmacy and back (in Aruba), etc. And yes all the vomiting and fainting on my mother's and my part was confirmed to be from food poisoning. PLEASE, do not eat at Le Petit Cafe.
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Affordable breakfast

Oct 17, 2012 - posted by
This was the best bang for your buck for breakfast! I got two eggs,bacon, sausage, home fries, toast and coffee for $7.95. You can get the same meal at the Marriott for $19.95 and Salt and pepper for 12.95! Best deal in town nice and quaint place!
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Stone cooking

May 25, 2012 - posted by
This restaurant was a new experience for my wife and I. They actually bring you your entree partially cooked and served on a HOT stone. This allows you to cook it the rest of the way just the way you like it. My wife had seafood food and I had beef. We shared some of each other food. My wife likes beef cooked more that I do so this allowed me to do that. The service was good, the setting was very pleasant and the price was good for Aruba (where most all restaurants are expensive). It is right in the middle of all the nightlife and is located in front of Playa Linda Hotel.
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Enjoyable

May 15, 2012 - posted by
We discovered this cute place in May 20011...of which we will go back to again this May...Had breakfast & it was very tasty & large portions....then went for dinner 1 evening & it was very good..more then enough food & our server was very very on the spot taking care of what ever we needed.....See you in a week....
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Favorite spot

Apr 21, 2012 - posted by
We enjoyed this spot in downtown area and then two years ago ate at the new location on the beach. We have never been disappointed and the owner was so hospitable and we had our photo taken with him. We are going back in ten days and will be visiting again. The food is outstanding and so special and different than the typical restaurant. If you want a real treat, go to this spot.
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Mar 24, 2012 - posted by
We ate here years ago for breakfast and it was OK. Went back two years ago and the food was horrible! We vowed to never go back again.
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Apr 16, 2010 - posted by
Reasonably priced breakfast,and we usually grab a couple of breakfasts there when we're in Aruba.We'll be back this July.
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Sep 2, 2009 - posted by
Very good!!! We have a lovely evening with my family, we really enjoyed the food and the STONE!
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May 9, 2009 - posted by
Worst meal we've had in a loooonnng time. Tasteless, tacky, what a shame...
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