One cannot leave Aruba without experiencing the authentic Aruban culture, cuisine and hospitality of The Old Cunucu House. One of the first restaurants to feature traditional island dishes when they opened their doors over 25 years ago; their reputation for quality in every aspect still makes it a “must do” on veteran vacationers dining list.
Colonial influences of the Spanish, Dutch, English and French have all left their mark on Aruba’s native cuisine, along with the rich flavors of the region. The owners strive to maintain Grandma’s “secret recipes “ for seafood, fresh caught fish, beef, pork and poultry, as well as the signature cabrito — the ever popular goat stew, enriched by international influences. Patrons will be charmed by the beautifully restored landmark farmhouse, which offers dining in air-conditioned comfort or under the stars in their lovely gardens.
Affordable and delicious, their divers menu and singular ambiance provides a unique and rewarding Aruban experience, including a sophisticated wine list and Kids menu.