On these particularly cold and gray days we’ve been having lately, I think back to less than a month ago when I was sunburnt and seaside in Aruba. After making annual trips to the island thanks to a trusty timeshare, I’m always excited to find something new whenever I return. After getting multiple tips about this place, we finally stopped in for lunch on our last day. This pay-by-weight fish shack has a basic menu; catch of the day, shrimp, plantains and french fries but between the simple and delicious food, dockside dining and dollar beers, it’s clear there’s nothing basic about Zeerover. There’s no stuffy crowd here; everyone is sandwiched on picnic tables between groups locals and more adventurous tourists. This is hands down one of the most authentic, affordable and freshest meals in Aruba.
Savaneta 270, Savaneta, Aruba