We have gone to this restaurant twice in the past two months. The first time was to experience a guest chef. It was a special menu and quite excellent, but it's not fair to rate a restaurant on a special event. While there we saw so many good things on their menu that we wanted to go back to try their regular menu items and we were not disappointed. We were anxious to try some of their more local specialties and we are glad we did. The pumpkin soup was our first choice, but they served that as part of the amuse (absolutely incredible), so we tried the saoto soup instead. We split a bowl and were full before we even got our main courses. The keshi yena was also part of the amuse, but it was just a bite and we really wanted to enjoy more than just a taste, so I ordered it as an entrée. My wife had the caprese fish gratin. Both were incredibly delicious, but we were so full from the soup that we had to take half of them home for leftovers. The night we went was very slow so we had excellent service. I understand that the crowds can be quite variable. It's a bit hidden away and very unassuming--easy to miss unless you know what you are looking for. Overall this restaurant is a good value--providing excellent food at lower prices than the more "famous" restaurants in Aruba. This restaurant is now on our short list of favorite restaurants to visit every time we go to Aruba. We are telling all our friends about it.