What more can you ask for when you are in Curacao, the best fusion food I have ever had in my life. It was my birthday and since our AirBNB was close to this restaurant, i ended my day with great dinner here.
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If you are interested in a meal that takes you away from the tourists spots and resorts, head to Landhuis Daniel Plantation Restaurant. We went there for a family party and the restaurant happened to serve local lobsters that night. Although not cheap (USD60 for...More
The ambiance is great, open air seating and friendly service. Breakfast was great (Dutch pancakes), while there was told about an Indonesian buffet coming up and was determined to try it. The food was bland to my taste and my companion ended up ordering off...More
We met a couple who had been to Daniels for breakfast and enjoyed it. Stated they were going back for dinner and my wife and I decided to also go. Arrived for the buffet which they stated they served the 1st Friday of every month....More
Good menu, little slow waiters, good atmosphere, but little out dated and menu card was little expense
The house seems huge and with little nice details but also a bit random! There were only 2 other guests which should have been a warning! The staff was not so motivated and we did not felt welcome at all! Sadly the food especially the...More
This place was a saving grace for late night eats. Lovely inside- wonderful service and food. Its indonesian- I had coconut curry stew which was delicious and local game appetizer. I would definitely come here again.
Halfway to Westpunt recommended to go here by locals to go for Dutch pancakes. The place in an old country house off the road. Very tranquil and relaxed, so skip if you are in a hurry. Excellent coffee and pancakes, both sweet and salty. We...More
Beautiful restaurant, great food and reasonable prices. I had a wonderful tuna entree, my daughter had the bouillabaisse creole which came in a beautiful stone crock and smelled amazing. Both my son and husband each had the Keshi Yena which was a Caribbean style "Greek"...More