Had a beef stew with rice. good service, great taste and the place is very relaxing. Would go back another time for the goat stew(wasn't available anymore when i got there).
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I have been to Bonaire 6 times and have gotten to know the local staff at our resort. This place was recommended by more than one of them. My family decided to eat there for a change of pace. The first warning should have been...More
The way I see it, it's the kind of place to get to know the local's attitude in general. Take your drink, enjoy your time (or is it the other way round) and don't be a pain in the...
After a late start of the day trying to find our car rental in kralendijk we decided to have a breakfast lunch in Rincon. We were happy to find this nice hidden restaurant which was open and enjoyed a great meal, so we could enjoy...More
If you want to experience true local dining in Bonaire this is as real as it gets. It's dining under the trees and absolutely the coldest Beer on the island. Everything served here is fresh. fish caught that morning is served the same day at...More
We stopped here as part of an island tour. The place looked a bit scruffy. We were here for a sample of the cactus liqueur, but they seemed reluctant to provide it and there was a lot of standing around waiting. My husband gave up...More
There is not much in Rincon... even so, avoid this place. Service was lackadaisical and food was way overpriced for what eventually ended up on the table. Goat stew was fatty, minimal, and poorly served , and cost three times what it should have cost...
I couldn't agree more with UNCLEJ2XS review! We had goat stew plate & chicken stew plate with 2 bottles of water. Didn't ask the price & no menu/price list provided. To say we were shocked when we receive the bill was an understatement. The food...More
My husband and I heard of this hidden gem from a clerk at the Buddy Dive Shop. The beer is the coldest on the island and the food, spot on. We had goat and chicken stew. The only thing left on our plates were the...More