In addition one of our guests was kind enough to share her personal Bonaire dining out favorites:
- "Zeezicht restaurant has very expensive menu but has excellent and cheap lunch special. We had such a great dish of fish and chips/rice with excellent salsa-ish sauce for $7. So if you go there check out the specials menu at the entrance. Overall it was our number 1 favorite in terms of price and taste trade off."
- "Between 2 Buns has great sandwiches. The bread is awesome. Some sandwiches like crab salad is about $7. Otherwise it may get around $11 or $12 per sandwich."
- "Plazita Limena number 1 in terms of taste. FANTASTIC food for dinner. Authentic Peruvian restaurant in the main street (almost at the beginning on the right hand side as you go up the one-way). If you go there make sure to sit under the fans (AND NO WHERE ELSE) because of mosquito. I had the sane sandwich there twice (chicken with curry and pine apple) with fries for about $14 if I remember well. Baris had an authentic Peruvian dish of lamb shank, rice, and a white bean puree for about $22 for dinner. It is on the expensive side but I can't tell you how good the food is. They opened this past November . The restaurant doesn't have a view but everything is worth the taste in my opinion."
- "Cactus Blue I am attaching their menu and my photo with the cart ;) We had the veggie wrap, spicy burger and lionfish. Lionfish finishes by noon according to reviews (I didn't find it overwhelmingly spectacular by the way but overall it was very good). I liked spicy burger. Also make sure to try the $3 passion fruit/orange smoothie over there."