Passions on the Beach

9,6 based on 692 reviews
Cuisine(s):
International, Seafood
Main Course:
$19.50 - $46.50
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Accepts:
  
Meals:
Dinner, Lunch
Serves:
Vegetarian
Kidsmenu
Gluten Free
Ratings & more:
Excellent!
Editors' Pick
Free WiFi
Menu(s): Lunch Dinner

Restaurant Information

Passions on the Beach
Amsterdam Manor

J.E. Irausquin Blvd.252
Aruba
Tel: +(297) - 527 1100
Opening Hours:
Lunch: 12:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Dinner: 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Happy Hour  
Passions on the Beach
A dinner at Passions on the Beach is far and away the most romantic and unique Aruba restaurant experience on the island. Dine with your feet in the soft white sand and the soothing sound of the gentle waves caressing the shore. Watch the breathtaking sunset on Eagle Beach while tiki-torches slowly light the night. The fresh cuisine varies from meat to freshly caught fish while the desserts offer an indulgent treat you won't forget.
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Nov 14, 2009 - posted by
This is an amazing resteraunt that my wife and I enjoyed so much that we left another un-named resteraunt on our last night of the trip to go back one more time. The setting is beautifull and the food is wonderfull. Staff is welcoming and accomodating. If you like food and want to experiance the best resteraunts on the island this is a can't miss stop.
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Nov 7, 2009 - posted by
We had a wonderful time at this restaurant! The food was outstanding, the music was great, and of course the scenery was the key!
I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone, especially for the romance and the total enjoyment.
Mark A.
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Nov 3, 2009 - posted by
Great atmosphere. Right next to the ocean. Arrive before dark so you can acclimate yourself. I had the filet firenza, which was very good. Wife's fish was cold by the time it arrived. We had a very tough time getting wine delivered to the table. Waitress was trying to do well, but clearly neither her nor wait staff at other tables were trained well. A customer shouldn't have to wait 20 minutes to get wine, and shouldn't have to search for their wait staff. Nevertheless, it is a nice place. We may have simply hit them on a bad nite.
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Oct 26, 2009 - posted by
Wow, what a truly wonderful experience. My husband and I celebrated our 10 year anniversary at Passions at sunset on the beach. The atmosphere was perfect, the food was incredible and the serice was wonderful. What could more could one ask for when your toes are in teh sand next to the one you love! I would recommend this experience to anyone who comes to Aruba!
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Oct 24, 2009 - posted by
We went to Passions twice. Had booked for Gwyn's birthday and were so impressed that we returned for my 50th a week later. Wonderful setting on the white sandy beach. Gorgeous food and staff that could not be faulted in their attentive service. We both celebrated with a luscious dessert, complete with a candle (resembling a huge stick of dynamite!!) Amazed at the wonderful dishes that could be produced from a small shack on the beach. Even the loo was the cleanest portaloo in history!! Will definitely be returning one day in the future.
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Oct 23, 2009 - posted by
We celebrated our anniversary at Passions on October 2nd. This was our first time here and we thoroughly enjoyed it. The food and service were wonderful and our table was so romantic. We did not want to dine early so we did not see the sunset but it didn't matter - very romantic with a light breeze. I had the Grouper and it was excellent and my husband had a chef's special of 3 different seafood selections. Our waiter was excellent and could not do enough for us. Drinks were prepared as we like them and we were given a special desert for our celebration. This will be our new Anniversary tradition!
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Oct 21, 2009 - posted by
Great food and romance as you're watching the sunset from your beachfront table - who could ask for anything better? We both had shrimp dishes (spicy shrimp and the shrimp with a mango chutney - both were great!) Service was there when we needed them (usually for more wine) and the added music, sunset, and your toes in the sand made for a perfect dinner.
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Oct 11, 2009 - posted by
Mehhh.... The food was ok, we've had better so far on our honeymoon. Yemanja & Driftwood have much better seafood & wine lists. The plus is front row seats to an amazing Aruba sunset.
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Oct 10, 2009 - posted by
Beatutiful tables located directly on the beach. The service was good. Ordered seafood chowder and two shrimp entrees. One entree included curry, which was not specified on the printed menu. Food was good, not great. The desert trio special, was key lime pie, a tiramasu and berry layered "cake" which were both geletin-like...none were good.
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Oct 8, 2009 - posted by
My husband and I had the pleasure of dining at Passions twice during our recent visit. The first time was for our anniversary. The ambiance, service, and food were wonderful. It was so good that we returned for a second visit. We have never had a dish that we didn't like at Passions. Their Seven Seas platter is "to die" for. Everything is so fresh.

We returned for a second visit to eat great food, watch the sunset again, and to hear Lenny Lake sing. He is a wonderful singer who projects such warmth and emotions.

All in all, Passions is a must. Whether you are a honeymooner or not, the food, atmosphere, and friendly service can't be beat. October 2009
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