This no-frills restaurant may be budget-friendly, but that doesn't mean it skimps on flavor. The cuisine is primarily Caribbean and Dutch, touching on other international flavors on its extensive menu. Dishes range from grilled meats to seafood and traditional specialties like the superb casserole keshi yena, an Aruban favorite stuffed with pulled chicken and Gouda cheese. Light wood tables and white chairs on the deck evoke a laid-back feel with an island flair; the ocean is in prime view and there are candles lighting the space at night. The spot may be casual, but the service is great.