The Flying Fishbone's decor is the lapping waves of the sea, their carpet is velvet soft white sand. They set their tables up on the open beach, so you're dining amid palm fronds and salty sea air.
The offerings are gourmet and include grilled shrimp, lobster, salmon and steak. Guests favorites include the Flying Fishbone Seafood Platter which is a cold appetizer for two and includes shrimp, ceviche, calamari, fish cakes, salmon; Lobster Bisque; Shrimp Casserole; their Catch of the Day; and Baked Alaska.
Flying Fishbone Restaurant is a bar and grill that offers Caribbean and European cuisines, as well as seafood. The setting here, as far as the style and level of formality, is very casual. When's the best time to come? They're open for dinner only, so don't miss out.
This peaceful, relaxing beachside restaurant has 40 tables, six of which are set right in the water. That's right, guests can actually sit right in the water as they have their dinner!
Flying Fishbone Restaurant is located in the southern part of Savaneta, a village in the vicinity of Lagoville; it's to the southeast of Oranjestad.
If you're looking to merge your visit to this restaurant with some nice sightseeing opportunities, you'll find at least a few notable things to see and do within a short trip of this place, like Aruba Model Train Museum.
There are at least a few fairly nearby things to do outside to fill those energetic afternoons if you have some extra time. Tourists who wouldn't mind showing off on the links could set up a tee time at the neighborhood golf course, Aruba Golf Club. And don't forget the beach towels, if you run over to Santo Largo, which is the closest beach and is only three quarters of a mile away. Keep in mind these attractions are just a couple of the beaches and golf courses in the general area.
If you are trying to find another restaurant in the area that has some similar kinds of food or comparable prices, there is no lack of nearby options to consider, including Gabriel's at Club Arias. Guests will find it a half mile to the north of this restaurant.
Then again, if you want a change of pace, this region of Aruba boasts an excellent range of dining places that will be sure to suit the tastes of nearly every kind of diner. For instance, you might also consider trying another type of food at a nearby dining destination, like, which is a few hundred yards west-northwest.
Pay between $30.00 and $45.00 for seafood entrees, $24.00 for their vegetarian selection and under $25.00(USD) for appetizers. Flying Fishbone Restaurant accepts these credit cards: Diners Club, Discover, Master Card and Visa.
Location: Savaneta 344, Savaneta, Aruba
Phone: (297) 584-2506
Secondary Phone: (297) 584-9018
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