At Sea, Pasa Bon Pizza and the Ribs Factory). I guess it’s just another reason why we have to go back to Bonaire.
We did though get to It Rains Fishes, Paradise Moon Bar & Restaurant and Zeezicht, all of which are located alongside the ocean in Kralendijk, as well as Casablanca, which is located a couple streets in (all of these places are an easy walk from the Divi Flamingo). And as I mentioned over here, we also checked out our resort’s taco night one evening.
Food-wise all four Kralendijk restaurants were great and I couldn't pick a favourite. While I was disappointed that It Rains Fishes was out of a lot of menu items, I was thrilled with the creamy, cheesy salmon pasta that I ended up ordering. Also packed with cheese was the lime-and-tequila seasoned chicken breast I had at Paradise Moon. At Zeezitch and Casablanca I had fresh fish, tuna at the former and at the latter, wahoo in an amazing butter lemon sauce.
Atmosphere-wise, these four places really varied. It Rains Fishes was classy while Paradise Moon and Zeezicht were casual and laid-back. Casablanca could best be described as shabby-chic; it tried to be sophisticated but didn't quite make the mark (while the host was in a suit and was all about old-world class, the other waiter wore jeans and there was a really sad looking salad bar).
Still, despite the less-than-great service, I would return to all three of those restaurants as well as It Rains Fishes because all of my meals were excellent and there are plenty of other tasty-sounding items on the menus that I'd love to try. And all were very reasonably priced. I'd say our average bill was around $60 and that always include a couple of drinks.