What could be better than open air dining perched right between the beautiful Queen Emma Bridge and the docked cruise ships. They often have live music too! Add good food, and you have all the makings of a great evening!
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The food and service here were absolutely fantastic. The seafood dishes were amazing. My husband tried conch for the first time and loved it. The size of my salmon was huge and I didn't want to leave a bite behind. Absolutely amazing!
I was their last juli 2017. The first day i arrived at Curacao, i checked in to my hotel en when all was done i headed to La Bahai voor Lunch. I ordered the corden blue chicken with rice and a drink. It was very...More
It has a very nice view and that's a nice plus. The menu is kind of boring and the food not bad not great. Tenderloin was good quality but on the small side, Pasta too greasy. Prices.on the high side. I would guess is maybe...More
Today we had a very good breakfast at restaurant La Bahia for a fair price $15 (26.25 guilders = local currency). It is a buffet consisting of omelette, different sausages, fruits, yogurt, patisserie, bread and croissant. Very good for the price! And lets not forget...More
It is very expensive for the quality we pay. The best is to enjoy the view from Punda, so just order a beer and enjoy the view!!
My sister and I had dinner and it was nice. Perfect location with vieuw on the water and "the bridge" Price was okay for what we got.
We ate here twice, and loved it both times. The location is perfect for watching the Thursday night fireworks.
The second night of our stay we tried this restaurant to have another local dish. The first night we tried out a small local restaurant who served nice leguana soup and some Kesni. This night I had a local chicken stew which was very nice...More