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New, exciting menu at Windows on Aruba for Brunch every Sunday

We recently checked out the refreshed brunch menu at Windows on Aruba. The restaurant at Divi Golf offers yummy dishes in an elegant setting every Sunday from 10:30am till 2:00pm, inviting guests to take a culinary journey up and down the lovely menu, by executive chef Darwin Torres, paired with bottomless flutes of brut champagne and mimosa.

Everything about the brunch, the food, the 9th hole view and the live jazz music, worked together to pamper us with a most enjoyable afternoon.

The menu serves moderate portions of beautifully plated hot and cold appetizers, soups, main courses and desserts, and allows brunch-goers the freedom to sample quite a number of temptations.

We were served a plentiful basket with mini baguette, Croissants and Danish, bagel and appleflap, as soon as we sat down. A mini antipasto with prosciutto, smoked sausage, AMAZING pate, assorted cheeses, olives and mini toast followed.

Then we ordered, and we ordered:  The Pulled Pork Egg Benedict, on an English muffin, with creamy spinach and truffle Hollandaise; the Thai Coconut Curry Mussels, the Grilled Tenderloin with mushroom truffle sauce, caramelized onions, on a bed of mashed potato. They were all incredibly tasty

I also tried quite a few dishes, off my fellow-brunch-goers’ plates: Vegetable Frittata with Mornay sauce; Coconut Curry Clam Chowder, Windows’ Pizza topped with grain mustard, shredded mozzarella, mushrooms, caramelized onions, prosciutto, arugula, cherry tomatoes, fresh parmesan, and drizzled with olive oil; Classic Escargot, in garlic herb butter, Lobster Ravioli with a crabmeat sauce, fresh Parmesan, basil oil, and Veal Parmigian, on a bed of penne pasta, under marinara sauce, baked with shredded Mozzarella and Parmesan cheese.

That took care of my diet for the week.

For dessert Chef Darwin presented us with a Mango Cheese Cake, he doodled Bati Bleki Buzz on the plate, and we also ordered the Chocolate Fudge Brownie with coconut ice cream, because we could. The pan bollo a la mode came recommended, but we ran out of space.

We sipped and sampled, taking brunch to the next level, it was a perfect Sunday afternoon, with our hosts Tabitha Fecunda, Island Marketing & Promotions Manager, the Links at Divi Aruba, and Marrit Fleur, Food & Beverage Manager. Let’s do it again!

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August 03, 2017
Rona Coster