Salt and Pepper is a fun spot where you can get a breakfast of two eggs and bacon that smiles at you. You'll smile back, because it's delicious. Lunch and dinner are served here too, choose from club, steak or fish sandwich, just to name a few. The menu isn't huge, but everything is classically delicious.
Many cultures are represented here, especially in the enticing appetizer list. This restaurant specializes in lighter fare like salads and sandwiches and tapas. Some of their best selling tapas include the garlic shrimp, spicy beef, spinach dip, fried brie with mango chutney, and garlic escargo. On the regular menu it is the fish sandwich, grilled chicken wrap, tenderloin pasta salad, seafood pasta, and fresh wahoo filet with local creole sauce that is in high demand.
Salt & Pepper is a bistro that offers International and Portuguese cuisines, as well as tapas. Anticipate and dress for a dining experience that is very casual. They are open for business during breakfast, dinner, and lunch, allowing you and your group to try this restaurant almost any time the mood strikes.
Stop by for great food and an even better time. Every night from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. there is live music to set the lively mood. Seating is available both inside and out, and the staff speaks English and Spanish.
Located near the center of Palm Beach, Salt & Pepper is at 370 A J.E. Irausquin Boulevard.
This section of Aruba has many popular attractions, proud of its spot in a lovely town. Some of the closest points of interest from their location includeand , both of which are within a reasonable driving distance of the Salt & Pepper.
People who visit are also on the lookout for the availability of activities made for the great outdoors, in the vicinity. Visitors who find themselves anxious to tee off will certainly want to check out this restaurant's closest located golf club, Tierra Del Sol Golf Course. And don't forget the beach towels, if you run over to Palm Beach, which you will find to be the most nearby beach and is only a few hundred yards away. And still, those two attractions are among a few different options for beaches, courses, and outdoor pursuits in the vicinity.
For guests seeking out another area restaurant with some similar kinds of food and/or a similar atmosphere, there is no shortage of nearby options to choose between, including Fishes & More.
In contrast, if you're looking for something a little different, this region of Aruba provides a long list of restaurants that will be sure to suit the tastes of nearly any type of diner. For instance, you might also consider trying Argentenian eats at Tango Argentine Grill, which is less than a hundred yards south.
Salt & Pepper accepts the following credit cards: American Express, Discover, Master Card and Visa. Salt and Pepper closes for the night at 1:00am, and opens back up for breakfast just seven hours later at 8:00am.
Location: 370 A J.E. Irausquin Boulevard, Palm Beach, Aruba
Phone: (297) 586-3280
Secondary Phone: (297) 586-3301
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