My partner and I LOVE Jack’s Cafe. A lot of food in Aruba is very expensive so when you are looking for a cheap but good quality meal, this is the place! For breakfast I got a big omelette full of vegetable and ham, and for dinner an amazing mixed grill. Truly great quality for an unbeatble price on the island. 10/10 recommend for a quick bite.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner but also for a good cup of coffee and pastries.
Very convenient coffee shop inside of Super food market. Ready for you to relax while others buy groceries, or if you are on the go you can also stop by to grab lunch or a quick bite. The premise is clean and the staff is responsible, respectful and resourceful.
We arrived in Aruba one day ago and had two meals (lunch and then breakfast the next morning) at this place so far and have not been disappointed! Looking forward to their daily specials. Staff is super friendly and while you might have to wait a little bit if you order something from the grill, they do not skimp on quality.
Went here on two separate occassions. Very good food if prepared freshly. A tip here: order inside the premises past the hot holding counter where the daily menu specials (12.95 afl) are. Otherwise the employees would not be able to notice you. Most are situated inside kitchen area or by the register . I did order the from the daily special, but would not recommend unless you get when it is freshly made in the morning. This time I went here in the afternoon. I ignored my best judgment and gave into temptation. The sweet sour pork chop I had lost most of its tenderness and moisture. Rice was of the parboiled variety and the green beans and corn were of the frozen kind. Big mistake. On the other hand the Jack's burger (15.95 afl) was excellent took about 15 min to prepare. Patty was moist and of hefty size. Bacon was lean, crisp and plentiful and was not salty at all. It came with a side of thick cut fries which had the right amount of salt. I ordered the meatballs (3.95 afl each). They were quite hefty and dense, but readily can be cut with a fork. They were the size of a handball and had the seasoning of Vienna sausages, that was the point of reference for their seasoning. The gravy on top was nice as well. Next day I went to get something refreshing. I had the chef salad (12.95 afl). It was fresh with the romaine lettuce, ham, cut into bite sized segments. It had a whole boiled egg sliced on top. Bacon was the same as the burger, deep fried and very crisp. Not greasy at all and generous in quantity. Dressing bottles for the salads are in the condiment area in front of the registers. The smoked salmon baguette (15.95 afl) had a choice of white or whole wheat bread. Not crisp like a real baguette, but still decent. Inside were capers, red onion, tomato, and arugula. It is served with a dollop of tuna salad on the side. Very good. I would go back here every time I shop at Super Food. The fare is much more better than quick service establishment I have been. Be sure to order the food that is made to order.
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