Salt & Pepper
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Ratings and Reviews
out of 10
Based on 7 reviews
Recommended for:(% of reviewers recommending)
- Families with young children
- Romantic Dinner
- Travelers with disabilities
This has to be the worst staff and service I have ever had!! I went to Salt and Pepper twice, once for breakfast and once for lunch. When I got my breakfast I had a couple pieces of hair in my eggs, really cool, they did take care of it for me right away. For lunch I ordered a club sandwich and there was 1 piece of ham and and turkey. Such a joke!! Then I told the waitress to come over and look at it and she didn't say one word then walked away. When you have a service fee already included in your bill for a stupid 17-20% why would they care about the customer. I do have to say they had the best french onion soup I have ever had! There was one guy there that was a gentleman but everybody else there can suck it. I will never go back and wouldn't tell anybody to go there. If the island is 85% touriism, with mostly AMERICAN''s going there, then they need to learn the American way of customer service.
Bring your salt & pepper shakers!
This restaurant is usually a staple on our visits to Aruba. We had the tapas selection which provides a nice sampling of a variety of foods. Their Sangria is home-made, and was free with the tapas special. If you bring a set of s&p shakers they don't have in their collection (and they are lined up inside and out against the walls), they offer a free glass of wine. Attentive servers. Dining option of inside or out.
Best place to dine with your future hubby
My now Fiance and I meet in Aruba and Salt and Pepper is the first resteraunt we ate at together. The food was good, and the tapas menu meant everything was shareable. They have an outdoor eating area, so we were able to sit outside and enjoy the beautiful Aruba weather during our visit. I cant wait to return to Aruba for our honeymoon and dine there again.