The Old Cunucu House
A typical Aruban home of about one hundred and fifty years old, restored into a restaurant but still with its old-fashioned charm. The Old Cunucu House Restaurant serves Aruban delicacies as well as international cuisine. The colonial influences of the Spanish, Dutch, English and French have left their mark on Aruba's native cuisine along with the rich flavors of the region and the owners strive to maintain grandma's "secret" recipes for seafood, fresh caught fish, beef, pork and poultry, as well as the signature cabrito, the ever popular goat stew enriched by international influence.
Affordable and delicious dishes, a diverse menu and singular ambiance provides a unique and rewarding Aruban dining experience. One cannot leave Aruba without experience the authentic Aruban culture, cuisine and hospitality of The Old Cunucu House Restaurant.
Bon Bini, Bien Benidos, Welcome to THE OLD CUNUCU HOUSE and allow us to enchant you with our Native Hospitality inviting you to step back in time to enjoy our cozy and romantic atmosphere.
This old cunucu house is an original Aruban house which was built over 150 years ago. You will experience the ultimate dining experience combined with our "Native Hospitality". To create, invent and rediscover are man's great abilities at the core of every art form. We strive for the perfection that is impossible to attain but pleasant to pursue. We offer our enthusiasm and hearty thanks, above all for the continued patronage of our guests.
Cabrito Stoba (Goat stew)
Keshi Yena .