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The restaurant is numbered as the best in Curacao and worthwhile a visit, and this proved to be a good decision. Good food, excellent service, and an attentive owner with whom we had an interesting discussion about the history of the restaurant and the famous...More
Every element of our evening was great. The art-filled dining room is cozy but elegant. The menu is the most interesting we’ve seen here.
Every dish we ordered was delicious and presented beautifully. The stuffed mushrooms were the best I ever tasted. My dining companions...More
We had an amazing meal here. The food was fantastic and great value. The wine list was extensive and very good. The staff are outstanding, especially the general manager who went out of his way to make sure we felt welcome in Curaçao. Highly recommended!
The Wine Cellar is a timeless classy restaurant. For years already a perfect place for a business lunch and in the evening a really nice cosy place for a fantastic dinner. Their menu is rather traditional but all dishes are very well and delicious prepared....More
Outstanding food starting with appetizers and culminating with a great dessert. The NZ lamb was a hearty serving of the most flavorful and the deep lamb. The Iberico Pork was similarly plentiful, flavorful and served with delicious mashed potato and a vegetable medley. Best meal...More
Outstanding family owned restaurant. Best meal in curaçao ! Great hospitality friendly service and the most delicious food! The tuna carpaccio and fresh snapper are my choices but I know everything on our table was outstanding !!!!
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It’s about 3/4 of a mile East of the Queen Julianna Bridge. It’s in the middle of nowhere; not really near anything significant. I’d recommend taking a taxi unless you have a rental car. Go to their website for exact address.