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Oranjestad, Aruba Cuisine | Where to Eat

Popular Local Cuisine: Aruba's national dish is Keshi Yena, a Edam or Gouda cheese rind stuffed with spiced meat, commonly chicken, peppers, tomatoes, olives and capers. Pastechi is a meat, fish or cheese turnover often eaten for breakfast. Fried Platains, Balchi di Pisca and other fritters are common snacks and appetizers. Popular soups include Pumpkin soups enhanced by Ruku seeds, Calco Stoba - a conch soup and Giambo, the local varietion on gumbo, made with meat and fish. The refreshing Cool Island Soup is based with lime juice blended with a variety of tropical fruits. Several popular local desserts include bananas and plantains, such as banana bread, banana pudding and Banana de Binja, a delicious blend of plantains, butter, brown sugar and reduced port wine. Dutch beers and the local Balashi beer are popular and inexpensive.

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Cruise lines that visit Oranjestad: Star Clippers, Azamara Club Cruises, Crystal, Oceania, Paul Gauguin, Seabourn, Silversea, Celebrity, Cunard, Holland America, Princess, Carnival, Norwegian, Royal Caribbean

Key Attractions: Aruba Archaeological Museum, Eagle Beach, Arashi Beach, Baby Beach, Mangel Halto Beach, California Lighthouse, Casibari Rock Formation, Alto Vista Chapel, Natural Bridge, Arikok National Park, Natural Pool, Divi Golf, Tierra del Sol Golf, Aruba Golf Club, De Palm Island, Phillips Animal Garden

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