Le Petit Cafe

6,4 based on 35 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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Sep 25, 2007 - posted by
We ate at the advertised ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST BUFFET. This in itself is a little misleading as there is no buffet. You order from a menu and you can get more of the food if you want. The service was very slow. We had difficulty getting anyone to help us to begin with and then difficult to get anyone to come back and see if we wanted anything else from the "buffet". When we arrived in the morning, the restaurant was not all that clean and it really was not an appealing place to eat. The eggs were not that tasty either, overall the food was not very good. The inexpensive price was the only appealing part but I would have rather paid a little more and had service and a good breakfast! Will never go back there again!!!!!
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Jul 8, 2007 - posted by
This was the dinner my wife and I had in Aruba, and we though it was fine, but after all of the other meals we had there, the only way I can describe Le Petit Cafe - pedestrian.
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May 25, 2007 - posted by
I once lived in Aruba, I have had wonderful dinners here! You go to relax when on vacation and enjoy! Waitress & waiters are very nice & serving was always fine by me! Dinner served on a stone was GREAT! I want to buy a stone for cooking! I can't ever remember a smoked up dining room! You CAN eat outside where its very nice too! Can't complain about a thing here! Never went to breakfast!
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Apr 14, 2007 - posted by
Ok this restaurant is cheap and not that good. Went here for a cheap breakfast which was very gross and overly buttery. I think its 8.00 for eggs any style, bacon, sausage, toast, pancakes, french toast, coffee, tea and juice. All you can eat too. Well the toast is self serv ice, you toast it yourself and the eggs which you can have an omelette were loaded with butter and the famous Danish cheese. I would never ever come back for breakfast. The pancakes were gross too. Ok now for the dinner part, this restaurant is known for cooking your own steak, chicken on a petite grill. It was ok but not what I want to do on vacation. Cook my own meat and vegetables. It is cheap so if you on a budget then maybe you can make the best of it.
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Jan 20, 2007 - posted by
My husband and I stopped in one day for breakfast (by the high-rise hotels on Palm Beach). I would never go back! They had toasters on a table and you had to make your own toast and butter it with frozen butter. I got scrambled eggs that were not thoroughly cooked; my husband ordered an omelette and it was barely edible.
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Jan 18, 2007 - posted by
Only went for breakfast, twice. $8 all you can eat. Not buffet, table service cooked to order, but the first plate was all I could eat. they'll bring more if you want. Very nice staff. On the street at the Playa Linda.
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Aug 5, 2006 - posted by
We went to the one next to LaCabana and had an excellent meal, one of the best we had on the island for our honeymoon.We ate outside and we loved the stone rock cooking and our waiter was very attentive but not bothersome. I would always go back.
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Jul 14, 2006 - posted by
This place isn't child-friendly, it isn't friendly at all. They were just RUDE.
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May 7, 2006 - posted by
We were there (the one at the high rises) on 4/30/2006, due to a 25th anniversary. The service was mediocre. I wasn't aware when we first entered that the food was cooked on a stone. It looked intriguing at first but then when my meal (mahi-mahi catch of the day) came out I felt as if I was standing next to a frying pan because grease was spattering all over me, burned my arms. And I was going to finish the cooking? Like previous comments mentioned, you end up having overcooked meat since they don't give you a plate to put the sufficiently cooked me on it. I would not recommend that you take any children here since they could accidently get burned. Nothing like having a 400 degree rock sitting in front of to keep your atmospheric temperature up. It made me start sweating since the AC inside was minimal. It's a romantic but dangerous place to go to, from my perspective.
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Dec 7, 2005 - posted by
We have been going here for about 15 years, and it has been going downhill for some time. Good for kids since they like the unique way of cooking on stone. Service is very poor, and one of the few placs that charges for refills on soft drinks. Only good thing is you never need to make a reservation downtown.
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