went here last day on island. had fantastic service and food was very good. kind of out of the way find, but worth it!
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Come hungry as the portions are huge. If not a big eater you might consider splitting a plate. The Fish of the Day was swimming that morning - in this case wahoo. I had it Aruba style and it was delicious. My wife also enjoy...More
This review would have scored higher but due to lack of service from our waitress, it made the experience much less. We had heard the food and service was outstanding but... We placed our order for crab cake appetizer, fried shrimp, and blackened fish of...More
I had to come on Yelp again after so long to post an honest review of this hidden gem. I had the blackened wahoo and vegetables with banana plantain, polenta and dutch pancakes every single thing was absolutely out of this world delicious. this is...More
We make sure our last night in Aruba each year is spent at the Driftwood. We DO call to get a reservation ( many don't) because we want our "special booth". The waiters and waitress' are wonderful, very attentive and so friendly. The menu is...More
Captain mike from Ola fishing charters suggested this place to prepare our wahoo that we caught and it was spot on perfectly prepared 4 different ways so much food too excellent
Just returned from Driftwood. Best meal I have eaten in Aruba. We both enjoyed coconut shrimp to start. So fresh. Then broiled lobster. Absolutely delicious. Served with great accompaniments. Selection of drinks was great. Loved prosecco being in mini bottles rather than poured by a...More
We have been to the Driftwood on our last three visits to Aruba and have never been disappointed. Service for us has always been excellent, and we enjoy the fresh fish caught daily by the owners. Our favorite is the Wahoo, so hard to find...More
Fresh fish, nice rustic atmosphere. Nice portions. Waiter was great. If you're staying in the City you can probably walk there.
Our first night in Aruba and we were looking to have a seafood dinner. We had heard about Driftwood from our friends who are frequent visitors. The atmosphere was so unique. The walls were covered with driftwood (hence the name) that visitors signed and dated....More