A classic fish house in the sleepy village of Savaneta, Zeerovers is all about fresh, Aruban-style seafood. Cooled by ocean breezes, the spot may feel like a bit of a dive to some but its fish comes straight from the sea—in fact, you can watch from the restaurant's perch on the pier as the fisherman pull in their catch. The menu reflects whatever the boats bring in that day, often snapper, wahoo, or even barracuda, and includes savory sides like banana hasa (plantains), pan bati (cornbread pancakes) and funchi (fritters). Be sure to also try the shrimp; the peel-and-eat delicacies are always cooked to perfection. Note: the restaurant is closed on Mondays.