Flying Fishbone

Enjoying dinner at the Flying Fishbone, as the sun set over the horizon of the Caribbean Sea, was a magnificent way to end the day in Aruba

When I asked people that I came across what their recommendations were for delicious food in Aruba, two places were immediately said. The first was Faro Blanco Restaurant. The second? Flying Fishbone.

I mean, if you tell me I can literally have dinner at a table set directly on the beach, allowing me to enjoy my meal with my feet in the sand while overlooking the Caribbean Sea – I’m going to say yes, every time.

So, we hailed a taxi from the Ritz Carlton Aruba to the furthest south we’d been on the island so far, Savaneta.

Our reservation – for sunset – was just incredible. As I looked at the restaurant, I just felt such joy for being in such a profoundly beautiful place.

The Flying Fishbone is renowned for its seafood offerings, featuring a menu that highlights fresh catches from the surrounding waters. Browsing the menu, I felt the rich culinary heritage of the Caribbean in the selection items.

We began our evening with an order of the CEVICHE (Marinated grouper with orange parts and pickled onions) and TUNA TATAKI (served with wakame salad, sweet and sour cucumber, sesame dressing and wasabi mayonnaise) to share.

For dinner, I enjoyed the SURF & TURF (5 oz Angus tenderloin and lobster with mashed potato, vegetables, lemon garlic butter and red wine sauce) and FLYING FISHBONE MARTINI (coconut rum, vodka, triple sec, blue curacao, pineapple juice).

Everything – and I do mean everything – was delicious.

In fact, dinner at the Flying Fishbone was so perfect, I simply didn’t want it to end.

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Flying Fishbone

Savaneta 344
Savaneta, Aruba
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